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Becoming a Foster Carer
Foster carers provide a stable family life for children and young people who are unable to live with their parents at a particular point in their lives. Fostering allows children the chance to thrive in a safe, secure, loving and caring home environment with foster carers. The children and young people placed with foster carers are from a diverse range of backgrounds and will display different behaviour depending on their individual experiences and circumstances.
All kinds of children need
All kinds of foster carers
People like you…
Make a difference today. Request a Fostering Information Pack. Attend an Information Session.
Alternatively you can use the following contact details to get in touch.
Telephone: 01642 526218
Email: [email protected]
We hold a range of information sessions throughout the year to help you learn more about becoming a foster carer. They’re informal and local. They offer a convenient way to ask questions before progressing to the ‘Initial Visit’ stage, when a Social Worker will visit you at home.
Fostering Information Session
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