Becoming a foster carer could change your life, and the child’s. Helping the country’s most vulnerable children, you could make a real genuine difference to someone’s childhood.
There’s no denying, being a foster carer isn’t easy. Children who enter the care system have had a hard time. And despite any mistreatment, they often still miss their parents. But at the same time, nobody will tell you it’s not rewarding.
Whether you’re a single parent or older married couple, foster carers come from any walk of life. Contrary to misconceptions, you can be almost any age or profession. What’s most important is you provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment. You must also have the time and energy to invest in a child. In terms of the timespan, children could stay from a few weeks to several years.
Are you considering becoming a foster carer? Do you live in the North West of England, or North Wales? If so, contact Foster Careline. We can offer the advice and support you need when considering fostering. At Foster Careline, we especially need those who can help siblings, challenging children and teenagers. When helping such cases, we offer a High Fostering Allowance to carers.