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March 5, 2021
Foster care and education after the pandemic

Foster care and education in a post-pandemic world.

Foster carers everywhere should be taking this opportunity to add their voices to the general debate. The pandemic and all the consequences that have flowed from […]
March 3, 2021
Foster care and vigilance relating to self-harm

Foster carers must be vigilant as self-harm rates rise

Foster carers and the providers they work with will be all too familiar with children and young people who either self-harm or are at risk of […]
February 26, 2021
Foster care and having a pet dog

Foster care and the very real benefits of a dog’s life.

Hi all! My name’s Greg – foster carer, dad and appropriately enough general dogsbody (only joking!) You know we’ve been fostering for nearly ten years now […]
February 24, 2021
Foster care and disabled children 1

Foster care and support for children with disabilities 1

Foster care can be challenging at the best of times. All children come with baggage and a set of unique needs. But what motivates those to […]