One of our #BristolFosterCarers is super proud of unaccompanied young person SR, who enjoyed celebrating his 18 birthday recently, with his #FosterFamily. SR’s carers say they are really amazed how much he has achieved since arriving in the U.K. 2 years ago from Iran with nothing. SR has learnt English and is applying to study a vocational course at college. SR has decided to stay with his carers as a… Read More »Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Child from Iran flourishes in Bristol
The Fostering Foundation have an exciting vacancy working as part of our team as a Foster Carer Recruitment and Retention officer based in the South West. We have a strong commitment to finding and supporting those able to offer the best care to children and young people unable to remain in the care of their family. We have ambitious plans for ensuring we have the right foster carers in the… Read More »Job Vacancy – Foster Carer Recruitment and Retention Officer based in the South West
Our offices are closed for Christmas and New Year from the end of play on Wednesday 23rd December and we re-open again on Monday 4th January 2021 However there will be a member of staff on call and on duty for each day, so if you need to get hold of us, please call 03300 10 20 45 (Local Rates Apply) or email firstname.lastname@example.org We hope everyone has a wonderful… Read More »The Fostering Foundation Christmas Opening Hours & Support
Teenagers who might have had difficult childhoods can really benefit from a carer providing them with care an attention, and its never too late to do this. One young fostered Teenager, who moved into a Devon village, has immersed himself in the village community. It all started when the young person went to stay with a carer, whose other young people were heavily involved in their community. They were involved… Read More »Why do Foster Carers think Teenagers can be difficult?