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A Foster carers Perspective on Fostering Children

Annette has fostered eleven children
Deciding to be a foster carer seven years ago turned out to be more work than I expected but on the other hand, the most rewarding thing I have done other than get married and have my own children. Fostering is for the children and I do it for the right [...]

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Professionals as foster carers

We are currently recruiting fostercare workers in all areas in the South East of England. There is a huge need for foster carers in all areas of the country, and the response recently has been very good. There are many professionals currently out of work or living with the threat of redundancy who are seeking [...]

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Foster carers play a crucial role in promoting the health and well being of looked after children

Foster carers play a crucial role in promoting the health and well being of looked after children in their care. They are required under Fostering Services Regulations (National Minimum Standards) to give particular attention to the health needs of children in their care and this includes diet. A balanced diet should be the primary aim [...]

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Support for foster carers

The rewards are seeing a young person or a sibling group of children blossom and thrive in your care, gaining weight (appropriately!) learning social skills, making friends at school and joining in with activities and family life. Caring for unaccompanied children from abroad and seeing them learn the English language, achieve at school, settle and [...]

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Support and Benefits for Foster Carers

Making the decision to become a foster carer will have an impact on your life as well as the life of your partner or family members living in your home.
One of the most rewarding aspects of being a foster carer is knowing you have contributed to positively changing a young person’s life. In order [...]

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