Sunday, August 14, 2016

100 Years from Now, it Will Matter that You Made a Difference in the Life of a Child

Barbara Cohen
Barbara Cohen has a Masters Degree in education and has taught both in elementary school and middle school as a language arts instructor.  She was a writing consultant and has conducted workshops across the U. S.  

Currently, she is a part-time literacy instructor for Marrakech, Inc. - a non-profit organization that owns half-way houses for developmentally handicapped persons.

In her interview, Barbara shares her experiences with foster children and some practical tips for anyone considering becoming a foster parent.

Being a foster parent requires patience, patience, and more patience....but the rewards can be more than you had ever hoped.

From the pitfalls to the joys, Barbara encourages us to consider fostering a child who needs love.


Listen to Barbara's interview as she shares her fostering experiences from her heart