Sibling Foster Care

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Sibling Foster Care Explained

Siblings who are received into care are devastated to be separated from the parents and or carers. Then they are faced with being separated from one another at a time when they need stability and security the most.

This sadly means over a third of children received into care are forced to live apart from the parents and siblings ...

To separate a child from their brother or sister can cause significant trauma to a child, however we simply don’t have enough foster carers who can take more than one child. This sadly means over a third of children received into care are forced to live apart from the parents and siblings, and that’s why they need your help.

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Foster carers currently caring for siblings tell us how much easier it is to build really good relationships with sibling groups. The children through familiarity adjust easier and they appreciate the care and support they receive to keep them united with their siblings.

... the bond between them and their carer is much stronger, which then helps build towards a loving and stable home environment.

Consequently, the bond between them and their carer is much stronger, which helps to build towards a loving and stable home environment. If you think you could help, our advisors are on hand to hear from you, they can answer any questions or queries you may have.

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