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Being a foster carer is so much more than simply offering a child a safe and stable home. It’s important for children and young people to have good role models to learn vital life skills from. Setting a good example when it comes to healthy eating and cooking can help ensure that children and young people develop into healthy adults who maintain these good practices into adulthood.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re a 30-minute cook or a professional Micheline star chef looking for a career change, your life experience could be invaluable to a child or young person. To foster you don’t need any specific qualifications or degree, all you need is a spare bedroom and the motivation to help those who haven’t had the best of start in life.
Perhaps you’ve been considering fostering for a while, or maybe you are in the early stages of thinking about fostering, either way, our website includes a lot of information on what fostering entails and the process of becoming a foster carer. We are always looking for more extraordinary people to open their hearts and home to help vulnerable children reach their full potential.
If you would like to discuss things further with one of our highly experienced members of staff, then please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us. Wales needs an extra 550 foster families and you could be one of those and make the difference that helps a child succeed. If you are interested in learning more about fostering and becoming a foster parent then you contact us by completing the form below; by phoning 01267 232228; by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by using our online chat box in the lower right hand of your screen.
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