Emphasizes the importance of community and caseworker support in having the resources needed to promote family well-being, particularly when caring for children with special needs. This video highlights the perspective of a kinship caregiver who is an Athabaskan native teaching her grandchildren the Navajo culture and community traditions and passing down her grandparents' stories.

Publication year: 2018
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Capacity Building Center for States

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This video is a part of the It's All Relative: Supporting Kinship Connections Video Series. It emphasizes the importance of community and caseworker support in having the resources needed to promote family well-being, particularly when caring for children with special needs. This video highlights the perspective of a kinship caregiver who is an Athabaskan native teaching her grandchildren the Navajo culture and community traditions and passing down her grandparents’ stories.

Use the activities and action-planning templates in the It's All Relative: Supporting Kinship Care Discussion Guides with this story to help your staff discover how to better understand, assess, and support kinship caregivers.

Suggested Citation

Capacity Building Center for States (2018). Gloria's Story. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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