Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children Foster Care

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Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC) Fostering Explained

We are looking for carers to specialise in unaccompanied and asylum-seeking fostering. Many of these young people have been separated from their families, either in their Homeland or during their travel to the UK. These children are often found extremely distressed and overwhelmed by their experience. In some instances, they have little to no English.

Although it can be a challenging experience for the child and their foster carer, it can also be hugely rewarding...

They often require a lot of reassurance, care and nurture. Although it can be a challenging experience for the child and their foster carer, it can also be hugely rewarding, as you see them settle into their new life in the UK.

The chlidren may have little to no English. They often require a lot of reassurance, care and nurture. Although it can be a challenging experience for the child and their foster carer, it can also be hugely rewarding, as you see them settle into their new life in the UK.

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Could You Help?

You can teach and guide these children to successfully build a new life and in ways to overcome their traumatic past. Fostering Services will work very close with you and provide specialist training to help you support children who are seeking asylum. Experienced social workers are available 24/7 365 days of the year. You will be supported by a community of foster carers who can provide their own personal advice and experience, to support you along the way.

If you think you would be interested please don’t hesitate to contact us today to find out more without obligation.

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