Rose explains, "When they went out to tell the family members that she had gotten killed, the only people that were there were her two children and her 13-year-old daughter said, 'who's going to take care of us now?'"
That is when the Rose family knew they were called to be foster parents.
"We have two 18-year-olds, a 17-year-old, a 16-year-old, two 6-year-olds, a 5-year-old, a 4-year-old, a 3-year-old, two 6-month-olds, and a 15-month-old," Rose says.
If you lost track of counting, Beth did the math, "We now have eleven in our home."
"I have an average of nine appointments a week," says Rose.
Which leaves many wondering how she does it, but for Rose, it is easy.
"I'm not worn out by the end of the day," she says.
Rose knows it is her mission to provide a loving home for these children.
Rose explains, "It is hard to find families who want siblings, teenagers and special needs children."
The Rose family has them all.
Five-year-old Bobby has cystic fibrosis and has to receive daily treatment.
Without people like the Rose family, there is no telling where these children would be.
"We're not like most group homes, we're a family," explains Rose.
They are a family that has a lot of love to go around.
"It doesn't matter if it's one or 11. If you've helped one, you've done something," says Tom Rose.