Children of color are less likely to be reunified with their birth families.
Strategies For Winning
Over A Dirty Social Worker
Advice to parents dealing with unethical social workers.
How To Deal With That Dirty Worker
09 min. 48 sec.
Don't let the introduction or the amateur nature of this video fool you.
This video provides some of the best advice you can find. Do take the time
to watch this video and take notes.
Strategy, Advice and Observations
- Firt impressions are everything.
- Most social workers aren't that well educated.
- Social workers want to feel important, so let them.
- Never threaten to sue your caseworker. It's counterproductive.
- Put the needs of your children first -- even if they have been removed from your care.
- Share disipline methods with foster parents, which will benefit your children.
- Buy the best digital camera you can afford.
Aunt Makes False Allegations to Steal Children!
Kidnapping in California!
08 min. 10 sec.
As reported by Patience Poet
This woman and her man have been put through hell. Her aunt has custody of another
family member's child from DCFS and is adopting them. Her kids are all grown now and
she wants more, so she called DCFS and lied about her neice. She said her neice was
in a violent relationship and this was not true.
A DCFS worker came to the house and saw nothing wrong, but still wanted to take the
baby for a medical examination. The Dr. concluded that nothing was wrong with the
child, but that didn't stop the social worker from saying the baby had a head injury.
Nobody knows where she got the idea that the baby had a head injury, but the doctor
says the baby had no injuries and was very healthy!
The aunt won custody of the baby. While fighting for this baby, she gave birth to her
second child. Her aunt convinced her to let DCFS place the baby with her and she'd let
the baby go back home with her. Once the decision was made, the aunt backed out of
letting her have her baby go home with her. The aunt will not even allow the babies to
be photographed and she pops them on top of the head when they misbehave.