Recent Examples of permanency from the Web
Five Acres is the oldest nonprofit in San Gabriel Valley, promoting safety, well-being and permanency for children and their families.
Even after agreeing to terms last summer, Whiteside still found himself without the permanency that resulted from settling into his $7.3 million Miami Beach home.
His permanency team will want to make sure a family is open to facilitating important contacts for Auston.
Richard Bush, NYIAX’s chief product and technology officer, said blockchain allows NYIAX to enable more transparency and permanency of records while lowering risks and providing better data security.
His ethnicity was not a consideration for me or the caseworker, but his guardian ad litem, an individual appointed by the court to look after the best interests of the child, was opposed to transracial permanency.
But permanency appeals — or ought to appeal — to other people, too.
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