The second part of a blog descibing how alien a new foster family in a new country can be and how that feeling can be overcome with love, teamwork and perseverence.
Time flies! It’s been a busy start to the year for the campaigns and policy team, and hard to believe we’re at the end of February already.
Having blogged for many years about fostering and raising children I have more recently looked at ways in which adults and young people can achieve happiness and contentment. Last time we looked at different types of anger and being able to let go of it.
Foster carers’ children are a vital part of many fostering families. We spoke to the winners of our 2017 Outstanding Contribution by Sons and Daughters Award to find out why they love being a part of their fostering family and what it was like winning a national award.
I’ve often thought that, for our foster son, coming to live with us must have been like being plucked from his bed and finding himself firmly ensconced on the moon. This is not because we are particularly strange per se but because of all the foreignness we came wrapped in.
A blog from our chief executive, Kevin Williams.
Jacqueline Heaney - Senior Supervising Social Worker at Integrated Fostering Service.
In her first blog Jacqueline talks about how she became a supervising social worker including her time in care and job as a DJ.
Welcome to the latest blog from the policy team at The Fostering Network.
The Fostering Network catches up with Ricky Weir, former Players Footballer of the Year in the Jersey Premier League and current founder and chairman of the Jersey2Africa4Football initiative.
Foster carers inhabit a strange world. It is one where black and white don’t exist in isolation but bleed into one another.