FOSTER CARE IN CANADA – Samantha’s Law

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FOSTER CARE IN CANADA – Samantha’s Law

Samantha Martin was in the custody of the Canadian government. She lived in a foster care facility in Alberta, Canada. On December 3, 2006, Samantha died at age 13 while a patient at Stollery Children’s Hospital.

Samantha’s Law is an amendment to legislation which requires that participants in the Family Support for Children with Disabilities Program are recognized legally distinct from children in protective services under the intervention model. Government funding for services must be made available to families directly replacing requirement of guardianship relinquishment and out-of-home placement to achieve necessary medical supports.

Source: wikipedia

Creating this page for Samantha I breathe heavily.  When I did first meet Velvet she was hiding behind an abstract picture and then she stood up.

Instead of throwing us in prison every ten minutes for speaking out against the defunct social services and creating really informative news…

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