Tag: trust

Both sides of the Equation: A Social Worker’s Perspective

by
Daniel Carisle, FCNI Social Worker
March, 24, 2021

I wanted to write about how significant the relationship between a social worker and foster parent is. I started three other attempts to do so. I tried to make one light hearted and humorous in which I compared myself to a LEGO. Another draft, leaned more on drama. In that one, I actually described the relationship like, “A relationship forged in the fire of the foster care system.” Overly dramatic much? On my fourth attempt, I finally realized why I was having such a hard time describing it.

The Power of Many Minds

by
Jim Roberts, CEO/Founder
February, 3, 2021 -

I truly believe the proverb, “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.” I have seen this come to fruition time, and time again over the span of my professional life. Another axiom I picked up on my journey is this, “No man is so foolish that he cannot sometimes give another good counsel, and no man so wise that he may not easily falter if he takes no other counsel than his own.

The Awesome

by
Jim Roberts, CEO/Founder
March, 5, 2020 -

Every day I think that I am one of the luckiest people alive – I get to work with the most amazing, passionate, competent, intelligent and hard-working staff imaginable. These are folks with hearts combined with skill; drive tempered by patience; with hope sustained by tenacity and endurance; and imagination balanced by wisdom. These are the employees of the Family Care Network – The Awesome!

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