Fostering

October 18, 2018
Foster care and coping with allegations

Foster care: a short series on the subject of allegations 2

In part 1 of this brief series on how allegations affect foster carers, we looked at the general background to the subject. Here we look in […]
October 11, 2018
Foster care and facilitating recruitment

Foster care: recruitment through facilitation could be an answer

Foster care is many things: challenging, rewarding, uplifting, frustrating… the list goes on. Foster care means very different things to people – even those who are […]
October 11, 2018
Foster understanding about Consent campaign

Foster care and the issue of consent explored over a cup of tea

Foster carers from all walks of life would surely agree that one of the truly great British institutions is the cup of tea. Our history of […]
September 27, 2018
Foster care and higher education

Foster care and a very particular ‘elephant in the room’

We have been writing regularly about the issue of foster children and why so few of them, in relative terms, progress into higher education. So it […]