Sibling Relationships: A Love Like No Other

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On Valentine’s Day (Wednesday, February 14, 2018) we hosted our #FosterChat on Twitter (@SaintAorg), in partnership with the Coalition for Children, Youth & Families and Camp to Belong – Wisconsin. February’s topic was on a love like no other – sibling relationships in foster care. According to our Twitter snapshot on Union Metrics, our twitter chat had just shy of 90,000 potential impressions, reaching 7,487 people.

If you missed this month’s #FosterChat, you can join us next month as we discuss Coping with Grief and Loss on Wednesday, March 14 at Noon (CST) with special guest, Kyle’s Korner. Below is our recap of this month’s chat.

Q1: How is the sibling bond a ‘love like no other’?

See all the great answers to question 1 here!

Q2: What’s the importance of sibling relationships to children in foster care?

See all the great answers to question 2 here!

Q3: What do siblings gain by staying together while in foster care?

See all the great answers to question 3 here!

Q4: What do siblings lose by being separated while in foster care?

See all the great answers to question 4 here!

Q5: What are the barriers to placing siblings together in foster care?

See all the great answers to question 5 here!

Q6: How do we maintain ties between separated siblings?

See all the great answers to question 6 here!

Q7: How can we create cohesiveness between a foster parent’s biological kids and foster kids?

See all the great answers to question 7 here!

Q8: What are the benefits of placing siblings together in foster care?

See all the great answers to question 8 here!

Thank you to our passionate community for sharing such thoughtful answers during our chat! We look forward to seeing you again in March!

Learn more about becoming a foster parent at GrowHope.net!

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