Talbot County Department of Social Services Hosts Training for Foster Parents

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Talbot County Department of Social Services (TCDSS) recently held a training for its resource (foster) parents on “Attachment Disorder.” The training was presented by Lesa Lee, Clinical Director at For All Seasons. To maintain their resource home license, each parent is required to take 10 hours of continuing education each year. Training topics are relative to the needs of the youth placed in foster homes. Recent training topics have included Trauma and Attachment Disorder, Drug Awareness, Grief and Loss, Working with a Complicated Child, and We are Family. Pictured left to right are resource parents who participated in the training: Carleen Mouly, Chrissy Montague, Coordinator of Option Respite for TCDSS; Jeff Scharf, Jeanne Scharf, Audrey Hansen, Emprin Wilson, Tyron Wilson, and Lesa Lee, Clinical Director at For All Seasons. The next Information Session on becoming a foster or adoptive parent will be held on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Talbot County Department of Social Services, 301 Bay Street, Unit #5, in Easton. For further information, call the Talbot County Department of Social Services at 410-820-7371.

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