Introduction to Lifebooks for the Foster Child (2 hours) A passing score of 10/12 or higher is required, a certificate will be issued to you upon successful completion of the training. Your Email Address: Your Name: Name of the Children`s Aid Society group you are fostering for/ belonging to (if applicable): If not part of a CAS, please specify area of interest (e.g. Daycare, Group home, etc..) Lifebooks are the responsibility of the social worker. True False Lifebooks are important records of my foster child's life. I should always keep it locked up. True False A Lifebook should only contain photos. Other artwork or special papers should be kept separately by the foster child. True False A Lifebook can be a medium to help the child express his/her feelings about the past or present. True False If the foster child moves, I should give the Lifebook to his/her social worker or make sure the new family is aware of it. True False I should wait to start my foster child's Lifebook until he/she has settled in and adjusted to our family. True False Children should be encouraged to do as much as is age appropriate to put in their Lifebooks together. True False I should try to get pictures and information of the biological family personally or through the social worker. True False If my child is not interested in making a Lifebook I should not do it. Lifebooks should only be made if the child wants to be involved. True False In order to have a nice looking Lifebook it will cost a lot of money. True False Lifebooks should be arranged in chronological order. True False The child should never see their Lifebook until after they have moved to a new home. True False FPSO thanks you for your participation in this training. We hope this has been of value to you. Would you recommend this online training to other foster families? Yes No Not sure Do you feel the time you have spent for this training was worthwhile? What aspects of the training did you find most helpful in meeting your needs? Other comments: (We welcome feedback comments on this course and any suggestions for other courses). Time is Up!