Blog: Foster carers

All serve and no return

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All serve and no return

Interactions with the children we care for are like the back-and-forths of a tennis match.

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Early permanence - Ruth and Phil's story

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Early permanence - Ruth and Phil's story

Ruth and Phil share their experience of concurrent care fostering.

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Emergency fostering - Tracy and Wayne's story

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Emergency fostering - Tracy and Wayne's story

Tracy and Wayne share their experience of emergency foster care

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Five tips for navigating Christmas in a pandemic while caring for vulnerable children

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Five tips for navigating Christmas in a pandemic while caring for vulnerable children

For those of us caring for children who have experienced trauma, Christmas can be an interesting time...

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Foster carers, we see you...

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Foster carers, we see you...

Our thank you to all the selfless and wonderful foster carers who go above and beyond to love the children in their care.

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Fostering has helped me to understand God as Father

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Fostering has helped me to understand God as Father

Paul has seen so much about how God works and why he loves vulnerable children through becoming a foster carer.

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Glimpses of Motherhood: Joy's Story

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Glimpses of Motherhood: Joy's Story

Foster carer Joy shares her heart for welcoming children into her family and being the mother they need.

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Glimpses of Motherhood: Julie's Story

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Glimpses of Motherhood: Julie's Story

Julie offers emergency and respite foster care as a single carer, and she shares her courageous story of responding to the need that grieves her heart.

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Harry's fostering story

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Harry's fostering story

In the first four weeks of his life Harry had lived in three different houses with three different families.

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Long-term fostering - Isobel's story

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Long-term fostering - Isobel's story

Isobel shares her experience of long-term foster care

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Parent and child fostering - a foster carer's story

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Parent and child fostering - a foster carer's story

A foster carer shares her families experience of parent and child fostering.

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Respite fostering - foster carers' stories

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Respite fostering - foster carers' stories

Foster carers share their experience of respite foster care.

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Short break fostering - Rob and Lisa's story

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Short break fostering - Rob and Lisa's story

Rob and Lisa share their experience of short break fostering.

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Short-term fostering - Wendy and David's story

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Short-term fostering - Wendy and David's story

Wendy and David share their story of being short-term foster carers.

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The Curtis' fostering story

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The Curtis' fostering story

Our church, family and friends have caught the vision too. We so appreciate it.

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Thoughts of a foster carer: Great Expectations

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Thoughts of a foster carer: Great Expectations

The festive time of year is loaded with pressure and expectations

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Three reasons why caring about vulnerable children is important to me

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Three reasons why caring about vulnerable children is important to me

Home for Good champion Bella shares with us three reasons why caring about vulnerable children is important to her.

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Three things to practice this summer

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Three things to practice this summer

Whatever the next few months hold for you, we want you to know we are standing with you and praying for you.

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We fostered a teenager in lockdown

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We fostered a teenager in lockdown

Welcoming a teenager into our home of four young children was a great decision for us.

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David's story

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David's story

David shares how fostering has taught him about the Father heart of God

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Why does my son freak out on Zoom calls?

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Why does my son freak out on Zoom calls?

For so many of us this technology is a gift. The connection it brings us is precious. However, for those caring for vulnerable children, it can also herald new challenges.

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Why homeschooling in lockdown can be hard for fostering and adoptive families

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Why homeschooling in lockdown can be hard for fostering and adoptive families

For some families caring for children who have experienced trauma, this is a time where that additional pressure is amplified.

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