Where are the cracks in the state care system and what do state cared for children begin to grow up with?How can a well-groomed child in the state begin a life of life? (Fotу: iStock) All children under the age of 12 should be brought up under the law, but many small children still live in orphanages. The reason for this is that you are not educated enough - not by chance, after all Out of 100, only one person is capable of being educated. "If I say I'm educated, people expect a more full-bodied woman with six to eight dozen children," says Judith, who works with a two-child psychologist and pediatrician. The SOS Children's Villages Video Series also tells you what you have to do with parenting, what to do if you are a parent, and how well you should be able to learn. Thousands of children are lifted out of their families: many are taken into public care before the age of 2 or even in their teens. Anyone can report if they think a child is in danger. In Part 1 of the series, Krisztina Szznze Orosz, head of the New Palota Family and Child Protection Center, said that 20% to 25% of those who report are getting off the street into the center, to report the case. However, the vast majority of applications come from the signaling system. The signaling system is a chain of professionals - doctors, educators, guardians - who are in contact with children and are required to report signs of serious neglect, punishment, and over 1.4 million children in Hungary. 23,000 children are at risk, and 140,000 children are at risk of being lifted out of their families because of their circumstances. Part 2 of the series reveals that, for many children, highlighting is not the last move, and many times they take care of an educator. On average, a child spends 5.5 years in state care, And as time passes, you will have less chance of returning to your bloody family. 70 years of SOS has maintained children's villages in many countries around the world, where children are raised in However, professionals find that children growing up in isolated children's villages find it harder to integrate, that's why this model is in the process of being transformed - learn part 3 of the series. Children raised in state care need to take full responsibility for their lives as they age. Every week for the first time, young people without parents start living their lives. Those who go to school or are already working but are not earning enough can apply for after-care benefit up to the age of 25 - they can stay with their parents or move to a care home. Home care homes are no longer washed, instead of cooked, taught them things that are important for self-care and how to manage. Even though you have to pay for the accommodation and keep the house rules, it is much cheaper than renting a home.Who has spent at least 5 years in child protection, on start-up you will receive start-up support of up to $ 1.6 million - it is not enough to buy a home. Part 5 of the series tells you how out of state care you are: there is no family support, if it is scattered, there is nowhere to go home. You have one chance, and you can't ruin it:Related links:
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