So I’ve been playing with writing this post for at least a couple months. But I figure on the day that two out of our three elavators break down, that would be a good time to write this! 3,775 more words
Traditional orphanages are hard to find in the Unites States now. Most have been replaced with the foster care system. There are some traditional orphanages though, and many are now being called “group homes.” Often times, children are placed in these group homes because there is not enough room in foster homes for them, or because they have issues stemming from their abuse and neglect, so foster homes will not care for them. 440 more words
I know I’ve blogged about this a time or two because it’s a subject I’m very passionate about.
Asistive living, a setup where seniors can have their basic needs need, have the security of staff that get their issues, but the flexibility to thrive in their own lives, is such a common place concept. 1,962 more words
EDMONTON – An Edmonton group home for high-risk youth teens that was the subject of complaints about rowdy behaviour and crime is closing its doors for good. 600 more words