Thursday 24 March 2016
The Fostering Network estimates that a further 8,600 foster carers are needed this year alone to provide the supportive, stable and caring home for vulnerable children.
To become a foster carer with the NFA, you need to be available full time and have:
• The time and energy to invest in a child or young person.
• Flexibility, patience and understanding.
• A bedroom for the exclusive use of the foster child.
Many people can become foster carers:
• you can be married, co-habiting, single or divorced.
• Couples will need to arrange their working hours so that one carer can be available full time.
• Single foster carers will need to be at home full-time, or have flexible, part-time employment.
• You may be a home owner or a tenant.
• We welcome applications from all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds.