Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Agency to lose license for poor placement of Omarion Humphrey

 The state says the foster agency that placed 9-year-old Omarion Humphrey, the severely autistic boy who went missing and drowned in a Davison Township park, should lose its license.

The state said Alternatives for Children & Families Inc., the Burton-based agency, failed to ensure foster parents received adequate training on how to care for children with autism, committed multiple violations and should lose its license, partly because of the severity of the violations.

Article here (via mlive).

Follow up: Agency may appeal report

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