Disability and Adversity Adversity is a word you hear quite often as a foster carer. It seems to sit hand in glove with the profile of many of the children...
There is a common misconception that army families are not able to foster due to the nature of their work requiring them to be posted around the UK. ...
When George first came to us, two weeks before his thirteenth birthday, there were visible signs of neglect.
A lot can happen in a year. Lives can change for the better, almost beyond recognition. That’s what’s happened with Marie and Carol.
I’ve been living with Jennifer and Michael for a few years now and, thanks to them, I’ve learnt how to be a happy, responsible young man.
Mark, aged 32 from Bradford, fosters Ben who has ADHD. This is 24 hours in the life of a foster carer.
Tim’s father was a serving member of the Forces and as such, much of his early childhood was spent moving around both England and Germany.