My agency has staff that participate on Foster Care Review Boards and they have noticed that some of the practices associated with children and families that participate in foster care review boards are not trauma sensitive. Does anyone have a toolkit or practices that can be used for children and families? Currently, staff have brought fidget toys, paper/pens, stuffed animals, etc. to occupy children or provide comfort as they talk with the board. Foster care workers provide insight into potential triggers for children that can be avoided by board members. Are there other practices available to infuse within these meetings?