Talk directly to the child's foster care worker if you have a question or concern about the child's case plan or the agency's recommendations.
You may request a special appointment with the worker, or wait until the worker comes for the monthly home visit. If you feel your questions or concerns have not been adequately addressed, consider asking for a case conference or to meet with the supervisor.
You may also consider using the agency's formal grievance procedure. Each agency that provides foster care services is required by law (Public Act 116 of 1973) to have a written grievance procedure in place for redressing concerns, disagreements, and complaints of parents, children, and foster parents. If you are not aware of your agency's grievance procedure, ask a supervisor for a copy.