Top tips for developing and delivering online training including The Skills to FosterTM Pre-approval course digital edition.
Earlier this week Daisy Elliott spoke with Beth Neil, a professor in social work from the University of East Anglia.
In this blog Jade Irwin from our Step Up Step Down programme gives some guidance about how to self-regulate and co-regulate with others to reduce anxiety.
With the Government’s clear instruction that we must stay home, alternative ways are having to be found for children to keep in touch with their birth families and other people that are important to them. The maintaining of children’s special relationships has never been more important.
Conducting fostering panels is essential but with the lockdown firmly in place, it can be challenging. Many services are now looking to virtual fostering panels as a way forward.
In this blog Susan Soar gives suggestions for craft and creative activities that fostering families can do at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
In this blog Susan Soar from our Fostering Potential programme looks at some ways in which foster carers can support children’s learning during the current coronavirus outbreak.
Dr Dawn Huebner is a clinical psychologist specialising in the treatment of anxious children. Her latest book Something Bad Happened guides children and the adults who care about them through tough conversations about serious world events in the news.
The Westminster Government committed to an independent care review in England at the end of 2019.
For Willow, becoming a foster family meant significant changes. Less alone time, more social interaction, and being outside of his comfort zone a lot more.