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109 Of the 63 youth interviewed for this report, 48 had spent time in group homes, and 15 had only been in foster home settings. 8 percent of all foster children and youth reside in group homes. aspx (accessed October 7, 2009). My So-Called Emancipation 36 the regimented, institutionalized setting gives even fewer opportunities to learn and practice adult skills than a foster family home. Tony was in foster care from age three until 18, and lived in several group homes during his adolescence: “People in group homes are paid to watch us.

When I was eighteen…there was no place for me to go. ” On top of that, the foster family that he felt close to moved out of state, leaving him with no emotional support. ” 141 American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Early Childhood, Adoption and Dependent Care, “Developmental Issues for Young Children in Foster Care,” Pediatrics, vol. 106, no. pdf (accessed October 7, 2009), pp. 1146, 1148. pdf (accessed August 4, 2009). 45 Human Rights Watch | May 2010 people interviewed for this report described shutting down emotionally because of the trauma of moving from place to place142 “I was little when I realized, these aren’t my people ...

Whittier, age 22, April 24, 2006. At 14 years old, things changed: “Then … I got into a home where they really cared about me. ” But when foster care ended, he was on his own. “When I was eighteen…there was no place for me to go. ” On top of that, the foster family that he felt close to moved out of state, leaving him with no emotional support. ” 141 American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on Early Childhood, Adoption and Dependent Care, “Developmental Issues for Young Children in Foster Care,” Pediatrics, vol.

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