Make your foster care case worker’s job easier by ensuring that your home is a safe environment with this free printable home safety checklist.
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Foster Care Monthly Home Safety Checks
Whether you are adopting with or without an agency, or opening your home for foster care, he home study process can seem quite rigorous. However, once completed, keeping your home open for foster care placement is a much easier task.
Once your have passed your home study and your home is an open foster home, there will be either monthly or quarterly home safety checks completed by your case worker to ensure your home is still a safe environment for children.
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The case worker will be looking for basic home safety issues and a few that are not as common. Requirements will vary depending on your state and your agency within the state. Download an extensive free printable checklist below of common home safety requirements.
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*This list of items is not comprehensive and you should always check with you own state or individual third party agency for a list of home safety items and checks required.