11 Things You Can Do to Help an Older Adopted/Foster Child Feel at Home

It can be startling at any age to be uprooted from a familiar environment and placed into a new home. Older children and teens, who have had years to put self-protective barriers in place, may actively resist developing an attachment to their new foster home, preferring not to get too comfortable in case they’re removed again soon.

So what can you do to help ease this rough transition for your new foster or adoptive child?

Get some great ideas here. 

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