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Foster Carers' TSD Standards covered:

Author Details


Name: Dr Amber Elliott

Job Title: Clinical Psychologist and PAFCA Creator

Current place of work: The Child Psychology Service, Lichfield and PAFCA

Competitiveness between adopted or fostered children and others is incredibly common and can be very disruptive to family life. It frequently results in bickering and falling out and can leave carers and adopters constantly feeling like piggy-in-the-middle. If you’ve ever wondered why your children feel the need to compete so much or how on earth you can put a stop to it, then read on.

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