Do you wonder if you’re too young or old to foster a child? The chances are that’s not the case.
Providing you’re over 21 years old of age and have the right qualities and intentions, you could qualify to become a foster carer; there is no upper age limit and foster carers are in-demand all over the country, including in the city of Manchester.
The average foster carer is in their fifties, but there is a dearth of younger families to take the place of people who are soon to retire. So, if you’re thinking of investigating this opportunity, now is an excellent time to get more information.
All sorts of people become foster carers, including singletons, those who don’t own their own home, same-sex couples and people aged over 65. Providing you have the right qualities you could be considered to help a vulnerable child.
At Foster Careline we help people from all sorts of backgrounds to become foster carers.
Established in 2010, we are an independent fostering agency who are committed to providing better outcomes for children. We can provide information on the process, financial support and anything else fostering might involve.
If you’re interested in becoming a foster carer in Manchester, Liverpool or North Wales, please get in touch today on 0800 566 8337 or text FOSTER for a call-back on 07535 000 699.
Foster Careline, Suite F10, The Business Centre, Oaklands Office Park, Hooton Road, Hooton, Ellesmere Port, CH66 7NZ
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