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.
Michelle, who is running our Foster Carer Retention project is aiming to find out why foster carers stop fostering and what can be done to address some of the common factors behind the decison to leave the role.
The relationship between fostered children and their former foster carers is increasingly being recognised as extremely important to the development and wellbeing of the child.
With the Great British Bake Off having just kicked off, our vice-president Darren Harman-Page - a former professional baker - shares some of his thoughts about baking and the therapeutic benefits to children in a fostering family.
Here's the latest news from our campaigns team, including how you can support our Tick the Box campaign and an update on the record-breaking response to our State of the Nation survey.
The fundraising team at The Fostering Network appreciate what an emotional undertaking it can be to sign up to a personal challenge and we are so grateful to everyone who continues to do so to
Lucy writes about maintaining hope despite challenging times and a sense of inertia
Hub home carers are at the centre of each of our Mockingbird contellations, so we thought we would let you know what their role involves.
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 taking responsibility for our lives.
Following the publication of the Westminster Government’s Fostering Better Outcomes report, our chief executive, Kevin Williams, has written t