There is an opinion that children from boarding schools are deprived in a certain way in comparison with peers. In fact, the only difference between them – orphans mostly live in boarding schools and children’s homes of family type.
Children over whom established custody or guardianship – live at home, under the protection of adult care. They have many rights, but they are not sufficiently informed. Foster parents and guardians can help them with this.
- One of the most important rights of a child is to live in the family of a guardian or guardian and to feel the care of adults.
- Every child should go to school. Can develop their talents through sports and creative activities. Mentors understand this and help their students develop.
- If the child owns real estate, he retains the right to this housing. After coming of age – can return home.
- Otherwise, the state should provide living space. In certain circumstances – guardians and Trustees have the full right to defend the interests of the child and seek justice.
- There are times when the child does not listen or does something bad. The best solution is dialogue.
If a child lives in a family under guardianship , all rights to all benefits enjoyed by children who grow up without parental care are preserved.
- Every child has the right to keep his / her name, patronymic and surname. This is a part of self-identification that must be respected.
Photo by: Maxim Khoroshkov
Author of the text: Sofia Krasnokutska