Types Of Fostering

There are many different types of fostering to suit the varied and sometimes complex needs of the children in our care.
Some foster carers offer occasional care, perhaps looking after a single child for one weekend a month to support a full-time foster carer, while others may foster siblings on a long-term basis.

Mainstream

Mainstream

Foster care for children of all ages, from birth to16 years, and sometimes older

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Step Forward

Step Forward

Long-term fostering of children ready to leave residential care settings

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Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones

Supported lodgings for 16 to 21 year old care leavers learning to live independently

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Parent & Child

Parent & Child

Support and care for a single parent, or two parents, and his/her young baby in your home

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Respite

Short Stays

Occasional care for a child who may already be living with a local foster family.

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Short Break Care

Short Break Care

Specialist support scheme offering occasional care for a child with disabilities.

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Kinship

Kinship

Care of a child you are related to, or have a connection with already.

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Private Fostering

Private Fostering

A private arrangement you have to care for a child who is not a close relative.

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