Foster Parents; Did you Know?
The drugging of American children?
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In this article, we are going to look into an extremely serious problem within our society, one that effects children in the Foster Care System, as well. When we complete our investigation, you will have read the facts presented to you, irrefutable evidence, our society by way of protection is creating a generation of doomed to fail children? What do we mean by that?
Give this some thought; we are traumatizing thousands of American children on a daily basis. The lives of these children change drastically when Child Protective Services becomes involved in their lives, the process of diagnosing them with disorders is more common than you realize. Let us look now at the process of Child Protective Services and their encroachment on American homes and families across our country, this traumatizing childhood experience..
- When CPS enters a child’s life whether by way of an anonymous call to the abuse hotline, or other method of reporting, they experience;
- Removal from their homes whether that abuse be proven true or not they still suffer the trauma of weeks or months outside of their homes.
- Placed in homes of strangers, and eventually a majority of these children are diagnosed with a disorder placed on a drug which then qualifies them as special needs.
- Then when they are behaving badly after suffering this trauma in their young lives we put them on more dangerous psychotropic drugs to make them more manageable, or correct this problem that we have allowed CPS to inflict on our children all in the name of “best interests of the child”?
Comment; normal children would have behavior or emotional issues after they experience the trauma of CPS?
Michael Piraino states in his article;
We should expect no lower level of care for our foster youth. There are children in the foster care system who are facing serious mental health concerns — anxiety, depression, and worse — and for these children medication can be a tremendous benefit. But, powerful drugs should be reserved to treat actual disorders. Juvenile courts need to be closely involved in the process to ensure that the child’s voice is heard and interests are served. We also need to ensure that each and every child in foster care has the support of a caring adult who can look after his best interests, including monitoring and when necessary, raising concerns about, medications and health care.
We are providing a link to this fantastic article for those who would like to read the article.
Difficult questions coming up in part 2.
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