Social worker told me yesterday that I would be going into foster care due to emotional abuse. My dad is to be informed today. She says that without his consent, she'll have to get a court order. In all I would like to find out more about what to expect. Of course the social worker's told me that foster...
She was correct, foster families are vetted by police. There are three different governmental regulations on this. See this: http://
Is foster care a picnic? No. It may be hard. There will probably be different rules. But you won't be emotionally abused every day. You'll have a social worker to see that you're taken care of. Your father may have to go through parenting classes until he can learn how to take care of you properly and behave properly.
You'll learn a lot from this. Maybe someday you can write a book on it, or a blog to help other kids.
Social workers in the US are very careful about home studies, criminal background checks, foster care training, etc. You say in Ireland the social workers just say stuff for the sake of saying it, don't do their jobs, and are liars. I didn't realize that.
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When she first came to Grey Town the girl had been desperately
home-sick, and many the longing glance she had cast at the ocean,
wishing that it might carry her back to dear old Ireland. But now she
was content to live in the bright, friendly land that was so kindly a
foster-mother to her. And there were a multitude of duties, mostly
self-imposed, to keep her mind and body busy.
In 1641 there had been a Catholic uprising in Ireland which was
attended with considerable success, won at the cost of
slaughter often characterized as massacre. Although Charles I
made peace with the insurrectionists in 1643, and soon
afterward most of them became Royalists, disorders in Ireland
still continued. At last the English Parliament resolved to put
an end to these tumults, and in March, 1649, Cromwell was
appointed to the supreme command in Ireland.