Foster Parents; Did you know?
The drugging of American children?
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We are discussing a dangerous situation in America regarding innocent children placed in the Foster Care System. Children of all ages, even babies, toddlers diagnosed with disorders at an alarming rate prescribed dangerous, mind-altering psychotropic drugs.
Now let us continue on to what we have discovered so far;
- 1. Drugging of American children has increased exponentially because of bogus disorders created by a panel of psychologists who vote these disorders into existence and list them into their book. There is no evidence presented to prove of their existence. When a medical professional makes a discovery, for instance a new disease, it must be proven through scientific evidence not voted into existance.
- 2. A study of foster children in Florida indicated that 55 percent of children in the foster care system are being administered psychotropic medication.
- 3. 2004 showed that 34.7 percent of foster children were prescribed at least one psychotropic drug with some children taking five or more”.
- 4. In a document discovered doing research we found confirmation to the figures we offered above. Foster children are at greater risk of being prescribed psychotropic drugs. This article by the leaders in guardianship of drug monitoring, the watch dogs of society, CCHR presents facts, 50% of foster children are prescribed drugs.
We are exploring one of the most significant complexities existing in our society today, and one your examiner takes to heart.
Many times for clarification purposes we look up the definitions of words, which at times help us understand, grasp the magnitude of what we are doing. Presenting our research we want you take the combined information which will enable you to come to your own conclusions.
Fostering; the social practice of children being raised by families not their own. Foster care is intended to be a short-term situation until a permanent placement can be made.
Goals of fostering.
- a). Reunification with the biological parent (s) when it is deemed in the child’s best interest. This is generally the first choice.
- b). Adoption. Preferably by a biological family member such as an aunt or grandparent.
- c). If no biological family member is willing or able to adopt, the next preference is for the child to be adopted by the foster parents or by someone else involved in the child’s life (such as a teacher or coach). This is to maintain continuity in the child’s life.
If neither above option are available, the child may be adopted by someone who is a stranger to the child. Permanent transfer of guardianship. This should be the last option not looked upon as the goal in fostering.
Part seven, and our opinions & conclusions next. Have youi own conclusions we would love to hear them especially possbile solutions. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org