Do you have the ability to never give up on a child? If you have the love, support and energy to keep a child on track, you could genuinely make a difference to someone’s life. You only have to read children’s accounts of their time in care, to realise how much their foster parents impacted them.
As you might be aware, foster carers are always in demand. But how exactly does one become a foster carer?
If you’re in North West England or North Wales, Foster Careline are always looking for suitable people to join our team and change children’s lives for the better.
Being a foster carer means you could be caring for children of any age, and they could be with you from a few weeks to several years. At Foster Careline we especially need carers with the skills and commitment to care for teenagers, siblings and more challenging children.
Becoming a carer with Foster Careline means you’ll have excellent support packages to help you, every step of the way. Our dedicated friendly team will ensure you have a support worker along with an independent visitor, counsellor, and can arrange for therapist and educationalist if needed. We want to help you exceed your abilities in even the most challenging situation.
You’ll also have access to our helpline 24/7. This service offers not only emotional support but also practical advice and tips.
For more about becoming a carer, click here.