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Normalcy is the ability for children/youth to easily participate in age-appropriate, extracurricular, enrichment, cultural, and social activities that promotes their well-being.
When provided with normalcy, children gain the following:
The Reasonable and Prudent Parent Standard is characterized by careful and sensible parental decisions that maintain the health, safety, and best interests of a child while simultaneously encouraging the emotional and developmental growth of the child, that a caregiver shall use when determining whether to allow a child in foster care under the responsibility of the State to participate in extracurricular, enrichment, cultural, and social activities.
In making careful and sensible parental decision, please identify information that should be considered as part of the decision-making process:
Caregivers are permitted to make decisions for children in their care to participate in normal day-to-day activities, which include signing permission slips that do not include permission to provide medical treatment. Please identify the activities that caregivers (foster parent) cannot provide/approve:
The Reasonable and Prudent Parent Standard applies to all licensed foster homes, group homes and residential facilities.
The caregiver (foster parents) responsibilities in collaborating with the Department and ensuring children and youth are provided with normalcy include:
The assigned case manager’s responsibilities include all of the following except:
The Idaho Youth in Care Bill of Rights, for children/youth ages 8 and older, is intended to guide IDHW’s commitment to permanency, safety, and well-being of foster youth. These rights are not legally protected.
According to the Idaho Youth in Care Bill of Rights Youth have the right to all of the following except:
The Idaho Youth Bill of Rights is provided and reviewed with the foster parent(s) and child at initial placement and/or any placement change.