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Month: June 2020

Fostering Advice – The Do’s and Don’ts

29 June 2020

Deciding to foster and begin an exciting new journey as a carer is an exciting time, but we understand that it can also be a little stressful. For those who are considering becoming a foster parent, currently going through the application process, or embarking on their first year as an approved carer with Family Fostering Partners, we want…

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Therapeutic Foster Care

29 June 2020

Fostering a child is a wonderful thing to do. It brings joy to your life as you learn from and enjoy time spent with a foster child, but it also makes a valuable and important difference to the child’s life. Foster care is a way to improve young peoples life chances, help them build a better future, and…

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The Story of Dr Paul Stephenson OBE

8 June 2020

    At Family Fostering Partners we enjoy taking the time to thank and congratulate the amazing foster carers who dedicate their lives to helping achieve the very best outcomes for the children and young people in their care, but the quote below is not dedicated to a foster carer. It is not dedicated to an individual who…

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Family Fostering Partners?

Vacancy: Link Worker

Our Parent and Child Fostering service is growing, and in addition to always looking for new families to work in this specialised field, we are also looking to recruit a confident individual, who has experience of working with children and families, to join us as a Link Worker.   You…

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Short Break Fostering

What is short break fostering? Short break fostering is a type of part-time care, similar to respite foster care. Short break carers will look after a child temporarily for a limited amount of time, this may be for a week or two in school holidays, or perhaps on weekends. The…

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