If you are a health care professional interested in fostering opportunities then there is plenty of support and advice you can get.
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If you are single and thinking about becoming a foster parent it is important to understand that your relationship status will not prevent you from doing so.
Social care workers are an invaluable part of the community and are on hand to support individuals and families through difficult situations.
Foster carers come from many different backgrounds and a carer’s relationship status does not determine whether you can become a foster parent.
Fostering is for everyone and offers the chance to provide life changing care and support for a young person that should be available to them.
Taking on the responsibility of looking after a young person is a wonderful thing to do and the role that carers’ play cannot be underestimated at all.
Given the ongoing demand for foster parents, and the increased recognition that LGBTQ people can meet this demand, we are constantly on the lookout for willing foster carer applicants from this community.
Fostering to Inspire is a diverse fostering agency that offers support to children from different backgrounds, and this is the same for our foster carers.
Here at Fostering to Inspire we are an inclusive organisation that promotes diversity within foster care.
We have come up with some achievable advice to help foster carers provide the best Christmas they can for their foster children.