What does being a Community Role Model Affective mean?
By Affective Community Models we mean any person that becomes a figure of support to accompany the child during the period of institutionalization.
The intention is that the children have people who care for them, being aware of their joys, fears and projects. Sharing rides chaguim, school events, birthdays, etc.
What are the requirements?
If you are interested in joining this network of emotions and experiences, please contact the Ieladeinu program to meet us and have a first interview.
Then, the selected Families should be evaluated by the Board of Rights for Girls, Boys and Adolescents (Consejo de los Derechos de los Niños, Niñas y Adolescentes –CDNNyA-). The procedure is quick and easy.
The Families that are interested in being affective referents can not be registered as presume adopters in any national or provincial list.