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Clothing and Personal Property Inventory
Consumer’s Name
Foster Parent(s)
DOB:
Placement/ExitDate:
Date of Inventory:
Item:
Quantity:
Condition:
Correct size:
(good/fair/poor)
(yes/no)
Jeans
Dress pants
Shirts/Blouses
Skirts
Dresses
Shorts
T-shirts
Sweaters
Sweatshirts
Underwear
Pairs of socks
Bras
Pajamas
Robes
Slips
Swimsuits
Light jacket
Heavy coat
Tennis Shoes
Dress Shoes
Other: (describe)
Clothing and Personal Property Inventory
Consumer’s Name
Foster Parent(s)
DOB:
Placement/ExitDate:
Date of Inventory:
Item:
Quantity:
Condition:
Correct size:
(good/fair/poor)
(yes/no)
Jeans
Dress pants
Shirts/Blouses
Skirts
Dresses
Shorts
T-shirts
Sweaters
Sweatshirts
Underwear
Pairs of socks
Bras
Pajamas
Robes
Slips
Swimsuits
Light jacket
Heavy coat
Tennis Shoes
Dress Shoes
Other: (describe)
Suggested Minimum Clothing List
Infants:
1 Package of disposable diapers
5 Pairs of booties or socks
7 Undershirts
3 Sleepers
6 Outfits (season appropriate)
4 Receiving blankets
1 Heavy blanket
1 Light jacket
Toddlers:
10 Training pants
7 Outfits (season appropriate)
3 Pajamas
1 Pair of Shoes
7 Pairs of socks
7 Undershirts
1 Light jacket
1 Heavy coat
School Age Boys:
7 Underwear
7 Pairs of socks
6 School outfits (season appropriate)
3 Outfits for play (season appropriate)
1 Dressy outfit
3 Pajamas
1 Swimsuit
1 Light Jacket
1 Heavy coat
2 Pair of tennis shoes (school & play)
1 Pair of dress shoes
School Age Girls:
7 Underwear
4 Bras
7 Pairs of socks
6 School outfits (season appropriate)
3 Outfits for play (season appropriate)
1 Dress or shirt outfit
3 Pajamas
1 Swimsuit
1 Light Jacket
1 Heavy coat
2 Pair of tennis shoes (school & play)
1 Pair of dress shoes
Personal Possessions Inventory on Entering/Exiting Care
Consumer
Date
Toys:
Clothing:
Photographs:
Jewelry:
Books, Records, Letters:
Other Personal Possessions (Pillow, Blanket, Stuff animals, Sports equipment, ETC.):
* Personal possessions are an important link between the child in foster care and “home” – when
completing the initial inventory of personal possessions discuss with the child the personal value of each
item and indicate in the inventory listing the importance the child places on each possession. All
possessions should move with the child.
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