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La Société de l'aide à l'enfance de SDG

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l'année dernière les sociétés d'aide
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à l'enfance ont fournit des services à 43
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mille familles en Ontario. Savez-vous
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pourquoi ces familles avaient besoin
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d'aide?
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La réponse pourrait vous étonner. En
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Ontario, 89% des enfants bénéficient des
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services des sociétés d'aide à l'enfance
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parce que leur famille n'est pas en
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mesure de répondre à leurs besoins
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physiques et émotionnels. Cela signifie que
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la majorité les familles soutenue
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par les sociétés d'aide à l'enfance ne
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sont pas concernés par les problèmes
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d'abus extrême qu'est la plupart des
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gens associent à la protection de
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l'enfance les enfants et des jeunes que
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nous aidons vivent dans des familles aux
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prises avec des problèmes qui peuvent
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rendre le rôle parental encore plus
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difficile que ne l'est déjà
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parmi ces problèmes on peut citer la
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santé mentale les dépendances l'
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isolement social et traumatismes et au
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stress financier extrême
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les études montrent que le fait de ne
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pas répondre de façon continue aux
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besoins physiques émotionnels et ce sur
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un enfant peut avoir un impact des
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masters et entraîné de graves problèmes
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plus tard pourquoi ton enfants sont-ils
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vulnérables en ontario les titres des
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crises qui peuvent avoir un instant sur
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le rôle parental
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touchent des familles de tous horizons
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mais les études sur la protection de
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l'enfance monde que le chômage l'absence
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de logement et l'insécurité alimentaire
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tu au rôle important dans les crises
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familiales qui mène à l'implication des
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sociétés d' aide à l'enfance dans 53 %
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de nos enquêtes l'adulte responsable
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faisait face à ce type de difficultés
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les études révèlent aussi que les
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enfants autochtones et offre aux
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canadiens sont surreprésentés dans les
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structures de protection de l'enfance à
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cause de la colonisation et du racisme
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qu'est ce que toutes ces observations
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signifie pour notre compréhension des
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enfants vulnérables en ontario ces
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observations montrent que les systèmes
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économiques et sociaux contribuent
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activement questions de protection de
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l'enfance
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par conséquent ces systèmes doivent
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faire partie de la solution
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c'est à ce moment que nous entrons en
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jeu
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la sécurité il a bien être des enfants
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sont une responsabilité partagée par la
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communauté les sociétés des dans
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l'enfance ne peuvent pas régler le
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problème à elle seule pour offrir les
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services dont les enfants et les
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familles ont besoin
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nous collaborons avec des partenaires
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comme les services de santé mentale pour
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adultes et enfin les centres de
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traitement des dépendances
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les centres d'emploi les refuges pour
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femmes battues
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les gardes à vue et les centres
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communautaires les services de
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consultation sur la gestion de la colère
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et travailleurs des aides au logement
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les écoles et les hôpitaux
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nous savons que bien que les services
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sociaux constituent un élément important
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de la solution nous ne pourrons jamais
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remplacer l'amour et l'encouragement des
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fournées ces familles les familles
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élargies et les communautés de soutien
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nous savons qu'ils les enfants qui sont
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soutenus par les personnes qui
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connaissent s'en sortent mieux à long
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terme que ceux qui sont prises en charge
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c'est la raison pour laquelle nous avons
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sont davantage à des personnes comme
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vous pour aider à assurer l'unité des
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familles et la sécurité des enfants
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que pouvez vous faire pour aider si vous
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êtes membre d'une famille élargie
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un ami un voisin un enseignant un
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entraîneur ou un membre d'une communauté
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et que vous connaissez une famille
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traverse une crise
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nous vous demandons d'offrir votre souci
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vous pourriez par exemple accueillir les
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enfants dans votre famille pendant qu
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élise insultes responsable réglait le
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problème on vous agi de faire du
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bénévolat pour la société des dans
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l'enfance de votre région
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nous sommes toujours à la recherche de
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conducteurs de stars de mentor et de
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membres du conseil
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vous pouvez contribuer financièrement
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chaque année les cécités d'adam
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l'enfance on voit des milliers d'enfants
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dans des camps d'été et offre des
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cadeaux et de la nourriture aux familles
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pendant les fêtes
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enfin faites pression sur votre
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gouvernement local et votre député
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provincial pour qui et des services
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sociaux équitables soient offerts
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partout en ontario il faire en sorte que
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la sécurité et le bien-être des enfants
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des jeunes et des familles soit une
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priorité
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le bien-être des enfants nécessite notre
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participation à tous quel rôle vous
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voulez vous jouer
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La Société de l'aide à l'enfance de SDG

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We know that family life can be
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complicated and parenting can be hard we
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believe that families keep children safe
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most of the time but from time to time
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they need help at the Children's Aid
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Society of storm on dundas and glengarry
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we have the mandate to protect children
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and youth from abuse and neglect our
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commitment is to work with families in
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finding solutions that work for them our
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employees are dedicated in assisting
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guiding and supporting families in a
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respectful manner when we design our
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logo we were looking for a fun vibrant
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image that would represent our
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commitment to our families our
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aspirations to our youth and our strong
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engagement to our community partners our
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logo has three main parts our first part
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of the logo is the heart it represents
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the caring we express for our families
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and our communities as it's an open
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heart it is meant to show we are open
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minded and all-encompassing at CIS we
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respect all families unique know some
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diversity I never felt pressure to do
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things I didn't want to do I didn't feel
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like I was being made to say anything or
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feel a certain way tattoo of toga spell
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apparently that is if you take his own
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and dollar fanny ethically loves often
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we are committed to engaging families
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early and building respectful
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relationships you didn't feel like she
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was a working she came in and it felt
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more like a friend coming in she'd sit
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down discuss with you without that
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getcha mental side to her
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now she talked to us like we were people
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not just okay we're a case number my
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ultimate goal and I work with families
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is that they're able to identify what
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they want to work on and that they're
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able to be open and honest with me to be
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able to get that real feedback so it's
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always about what they want to do but
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it's just how can I best help them smash
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visit on the lease exceeded is a clue
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than a trench castell de ver a mess of
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us who sonic problem kids Jeff I approve
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his Woodley problem privacy and 11
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service excellent for me means being
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transferred with the families shown
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respect working with them where they're
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at for them to know exactly where were
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involved and what needs to happen for us
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to close our file it's when we break
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barriers or communication and find
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common goals and when you know we work
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cooperatively with families to find ways
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in which to improve situations they're
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not there to judge you or to just walk
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in and say well we're taking your kids
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or or anything like that so I mean
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they're just really want you to make
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sure you're going down the right path we
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believe that families are the experts of
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their story we want to hear their voices
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because they know best what type of
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solution will help their family whenever
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it became an understanding between us
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and the agency and we became like I said
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partnership it it gave us the tools
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necessary to get to the point of the
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resolution to have the common goal we
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encourage families to reach out to their
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supports as we know the more people
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involved in a family's life the better
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the outcome choosing these
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individuals are critical because you
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never know how long the halls look so we
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have fantastic support when necessary we
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support families and coming up with
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another permanent plan for their
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children it was my grandchild my love of
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my life but I did need to help with the
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agency in their advice but it goes fast
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it's been great to up it's like a blink
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of the eye I think it made me younger to
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be a foster parent it means just taking
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a child into a home into her lives
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opening up her home for the child in
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need but not as giving like the basic
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necessities but giving the place to live
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integral then you're providing them with
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an opportunity of being able to do
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something then they start feeling good
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about themselves their life starts
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turning around and all of a sudden you
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have a change in a child we know that
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children do not come with an instruction
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manual and the day that he came to us I
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said it's our little boys and he was a
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little devil yes he was kiku on us the
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first week we lost our cockatiel there
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he opened up the front door and out it
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when we are proud to be part of the
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Triple P community we believe Triple P
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will enhance confidence in parenting the
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Triple P affords families quick access
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to parenting interventions that's going
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to ensure that they have the best skill
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sets possible it helped me understand a
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lot more from a child or and a teenager
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teenagers perspective it's actually a
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lot of stuff that I was pretty much
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doing wrong so once i was finished
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Triple P I was like really it amazed
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that all the strategies that I learned
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and stuff by the second part of the logo
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are the Rays which surround the heart
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representing our pride and humility in
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our efforts for community of
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the sun is meant to bring hope and be a
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guiding light to those in need we
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encourage families to stay connected to
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their community and we are committed to
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working with our community partners to
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help meet the needs of our families
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corrimal police and Cas our goals might
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be worded differently but we have
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similar stake to ensure the same
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commitment to our community it's a team
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approach and we do so to really come up
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with the best planning for the family we
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work together learn about each other's
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roles and for families we know exactly
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what we're going to be doing which i
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think is consistency to families by
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having everyone under one roof makes it
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much easier for the the teen for
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children's age and the family is I find
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the collaboration commitment and
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patience is the key and we are witness
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to many many success stories the last
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part of our logo is the star it is meant
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to inspire our children to have high
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expectations of themselves and others it
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also symbolizes that we as an agency are
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watching over the children of our
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communities and that our greatest desire
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is for them to become autonomous
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independent successful shining stars
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note that the star is strongly attached
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to the heart we hope that our children
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successes can be reached and shared
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within our communities as they become
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future ambassadors and leaders of change
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we're always told growing up that youth
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and children are our future are the ones
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that will become our prime minister are
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the ones that will become the CEOs and
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the police and you know everything that
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the adults are today and that's why we
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do have role models but really it can't
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they can't just follow their example
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they need to become leaders themselves
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well cas gave me a lot of great
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advantages i would say like
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the past two years I've actually gone to
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Europe twice that let me definitely are
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taking some good educational rules just
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bring out my inner leader G hamari lzk
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Takayama Justine cousin for our
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experience pizza suffered a Fed
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secretion genome had just recently been
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accepted to University where I'm going
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into teacher education string so working
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with the children in the Children's Aid
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Society has inspired me to want to work
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more with children later on in my life
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to listen to their goals and just be
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beside them and help them achieve the
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goals that they want youth who have high
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expectations of themselves and have
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people who believe in men will achieve
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their goals they really helped me
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motivated me go back to school it wasn't
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a big interest in my life for a while
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something that's really important to me
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is photography because it's my escape
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from reality cas has helped me with that
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we all need people to know are there for
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us and any child that we come into
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contact with here often don't have that
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you know so it's important for all kids
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to know that there's someone in the
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world that's crazy about them but there
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is a place for every child out there and
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there is a family that's going to feel
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the same way that we did to know that
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deep down inside your heart and when
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they said that Johnson was going up for
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adoption well
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we looked at each other's in yo this
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kid's not going any easier he's ours it
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so yes sometimes it's the little things
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that can make a big difference in
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becoming independent autonomous adults
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having kids it's not always easy it's
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not always easy to deal with the issues
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of everyday life every needs everyone
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needs help everyone needs support we are
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accountable to children youth and
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families in our community and we are
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dedicated to ensuring that we are
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providing the best service to our
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families and our continually obtaining
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feedback from those we work with CES is
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not actually out to work against us but
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to help together as a partnership to
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solve whatever issues there they want to
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help keep the children in their their
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biological homes and their family unit
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there's so many things that they can
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show you or teach you that would be
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really helpful I probably say just hang
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in there I guess I mean it all goes
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uphill it's it's something that
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I don't know what I would do without
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them don't be afraid because they're not
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out to hurt you they're up to help you
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without the CAS I don't know that I
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would be where I am today and as happy
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and as I am and my kids wouldn't
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probably be as low justed as they are
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without the support of them cas what
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they've done is they gave me hope they
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gave me proof that there was a better
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tomorrow and for that I'm forever
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thankful we are here and we are here to
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to help
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you