We are particularly keen to hear from people who are able to care for children within at least one of our priority groups. We urgently need to find homes for:
- sibling groups (brothers and sisters)
- children over the age of 10 years and teenagers
- children with disabilities; complex health and/or emotional needs
- children needing permanent or long term placements
Who can foster?
Our foster carers come from a wide range of ages, cultures and backgrounds. You must be over the age of 21 and have a spare bedroom in your home. Becoming a foster carer normally takes between four and six months. We will take you through the process to make sure it’s right for you and the child.
Fostering has changed our lives and we have never looked back we recommend it to everyone.
Six steps to becoming a foster carer
Please see the video and the steps explained below it.