Rights for Siblings in Foster Care & Adoption
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When children into foster care , they are removed from their parents/guardians , and often split apart from their siblings . Siblings become adopted and no longer have rights to have a bond with their brother or sister. If the sibling(s) are not a detriment to the other child , this option should be considered. Any child that’s been adopted or placed in permanent foster homes , should have undeniable rights to have a relationship with their sibling(s). It’s already a traumatizing experience to be removed from a parent/guardian , so why do we make it harder by limiting contact with sibling(s)? Thank you
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