Children are attended

thunder rabbit

Hello everyone
I found this sentence
Children are attended here, and they grow up knowing that there is an AFS here, so when they become adolescents they go to that office… it's like a chain.
May I ask that what does the phrase " Children are attended " mean? Does that mean the children are cared for or the children come to somewhere?
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  • Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    It's fairly meaningless to me. "We wait for children here????" "We provide maids and valets for children here?????"

    You'll need to give us more information - source, context, AFS?...