Long Term Foster Care

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Long Term Care Explained

Long term foster care is for children and young people who will not be returning to birth family. This is at it suggests looking after children through their childhood into early adulthood. Fostering Services understand the vast level of commitment needed for long term care, which is why they take time to carefully match you with children, making sure they have the very best chance of thriving with you.

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The rewards of being a long- term foster carer is as immense as the commitment given, you will get to see the young person in your care grow and develop into a young adult. You have the opportunity to build a strong relationship with the young person as you guide them through their formative years.

You have the opportunity to build a strong relationship with the young person as you guide them through their formative years.

Your dedicated social worker will work closely with you to make sure you are fully supported and happy with your role. They are available 24 / 7, 52 weeks of the year and will ensure you and your family are properly supported throughout your journey into fostering. If you would like to know more our advisors are on hand to give you all the details you need to make an informed decision.

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