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So far Sean Busse has created 14 blog entries.

Verna Isley

By |2019-12-09T08:37:03-07:00December 9th, 2019|Outstanding Mentor Of The Year|

Verna is consistently readily available, grounded in her advice and able to see her mentees perspective in an objective, articulate and an emotionally supportive way. She and Kevin have been foster parents for 19 years, cared for 33 children, a grandma to 7 children and many more call her mother and friend. She is a long time CAST Representative and Foster Parent Trainer. Verna goes above and beyond as a mentor. She and Kevin have [...]

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Simon and Regina Kolombo

By |2019-12-09T08:37:33-07:00December 9th, 2019|Kinship Family Of The Year|

One year ago, Regina and Simon accepted the sudden responsibility of caring for five siblings from their cultural community and unexpectedly grew from a family of five to a family of ten. With a sense of humour, Regina explains how it all unfolded: “I didn’t know that one day I would be a mother to eight children. When my husband and I met, we talked about having children; I wanted two and he bumped it to [...]

Kasey Calligan

By |2019-12-09T08:37:55-07:00December 9th, 2019|Worker Of The Year|

If there is one word to describe Kasey during her thirty-plus years in Social Work, it would be passionate. Kasey is happy to talk “foster care” with anyone, and her passion becomes quickly evident; as it should for someone who has had such a storied career.  Her path has taken her through both the private and non-profit sector, the Catholic school system and the government first as a caseworker and now as a foster care [...]

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Adam & Monique McCardle

By |2019-12-09T08:38:19-07:00December 9th, 2019|Foster Family Of The Year|

“I would choose them to be on everyone’s team,’’commented one Team Leader, describing the benefits of working with Adam and Monique McCardle. Having fostered for eight years, Monique and Adam have managed a household of up to 12, including adults. In addition to their biological children, they have also adopted one, have been granted private guardianship of another, and have had many foster children at any one time. The McCardles have persevered with children (and [...]

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