KVC remains deeply committed to addressing the national crisis of 20,000 youth who age out of foster care each year without a permanent family or home.
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Virtual reality has been introduced into mental and behavioral healthcare treatment, and KVC is showcasing this technology all around the world.
School districts in Kansas are invited to request free training for staff on childhood traumatic stress in order to become a trauma-informed school.
President Obama’s signing of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) outlines provisions to ensure quality education and school stability for children and youth in state care.
A new study suggests that hyperactive movement actually increases alertness and performance for children with attention disorders.
KVC Health Systems has launched a national #NeverStopCaring initiative to bring awareness to the national crisis of youth aging out of foster care and propose the creation of a specialized career college.
Focusing on schoolwork can be difficult for a child or teen in foster care. There are many ways foster parents and educators can help these youth succeed.