This personal reflection on the place of faith in fostering is written by Adrian Duffy, Fostering Manager at The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames.
Mohammad, a foster carer from Leicester, reflects on his experiences of being a foster carer.
Gan Alun Richards, Gweithiwr Llinell Faethu Cymru.
By Alun Richards, Fosterline Wales Worker.
This blog is a shorter version of an article that first appeared in SEN Magazine, and is written by Daniel Sinclair, The Fostering Network's communications manager.
Emma is a single foster carer from Wales: ‘We've been a fostering family for seven years. My son is nearly 16yrs old and been such a rock over the years!’
The Fostering Network Northern Ireland is extremely proud to be making a huge difference to children by delivering the Fostering Achievement Scheme on behalf of the Health and Social Care Board and the Department of Education for Northern Ireland.
Lee Pardy-McLaughlin is the principal child and family social worker for Staffordshire, which is one of the fostering services that is part of The Fostering Network’s social pedagogy programme, Head, Heart, Hands.
Dave Kingswood has been fostering with his family for around five years. They live in the west country and foster for Capstone.
Foster Care Associations can be the source of great support and encouragement for foster carers. Victoria Lewis and Hayley Sharman, members of Bedfordshire Foster Care Association, share their top tips for a successful association.