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November 2, 2018
Therapeutic foster care and managing trauma

Foster carers trained therapeutically & teachers handle trauma

Sixty-five per cent of children now coming into care – some going straight to foster carers – have experienced some degree of trauma. This is the […]
November 2, 2018
Foster children encouraged into higher education

Foster children will be encouraged to pursue a university place

At the time of the national foster care stocktake charities and organisations – together with ‘stakeholders’ were asked to submit their views. There was much optimism […]
October 31, 2018
Determining who to foster with

Foster care: key considerations when deciding about fostering

Deciding to embark on a fostering journey is a big decision for anyone to take. The next big decision to be made is who you want […]
October 30, 2018
Foster support for valuing books

Foster carers will probably add to the chorus of disapproval

All foster carers have the educational ambitions of the foster children they care for close to their hearts. Education in this country has become a hugely […]