I am looking for little details, and the things that Hollywood gets wrong about foster care. Just the small things that will make my story seem more 'real.' I have googled for info and have collected some, but now I'm looking for the smaller details. I do know that foster care is full of kids with either disabilities and/or emotional problems. I got that sort of info down. I'm looking more for 'inside' info. Like how many kids are typically in a foster home or how many can there be? Are the ages spread out or are the kids always about the same age? How about gender? What does Hollywood ALWAYS get wrong? What are some quirks/habits that kids can pick up in foster care? Does foster care change a lot between states? I would really appreciate anything else that would help me 'get it right.'