Need a new career? Ever considered being a foster carer?

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sesefire
Since: Oct 2011
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Posted: Thursday the 27th October 2011 at 14:47


Need a new career? Ever considered being a foster carer?


ever considered becoming a foster carer for a vulnerable young person?


Action for children
Intensive fostering team

Are looking for new foster carers?

Could this be you?

Are you at least 25

Do you have a spare bedroom?

Most importantly are you caring, patient, a good listener, a team player

could you provide the love and support so many young people crave?

24/7 support

Training

Allowances of up to 585 p/w

contact Myles or Temi on

Tel: 020 7582 3687

Fax: 020 7582 8254

Mbl: 07766426908



Email: Myles.Taylor@actionforchildren.org.uk





krunchie frog
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Posted: Sunday the 30th October 2011 at 14:40


I wouldn't be able to do it myself, but my mum has just been approved to be a foster carer, which is pretty cool.


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Disillusioned
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Posted: Sunday the 30th October 2011 at 21:19


One of my best friends has been a loving foster parent to a disabled child for more than 20 years. He and his partner also have another delightful child of their own. God bless them all for setting such a wonderful example to others.


Gavalar
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Posted: Tuesday the 1st November 2011 at 10:30


Excellent cause and good luck with it. Was listening to the Radio yesterday about the difference in local authorities in the average time taken to place children with foster parents.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/oct/31/councils-face-adoptions-ultimatum


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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd November 2011 at 06:47


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Sooz
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Posted: Wednesday the 2nd November 2011 at 10:29


I've thought about doing this loads of times but am then always worried by the huge committment and responsibility of taking on a vulnerable young person. I also think I'd get really attached to them and would find it difficult when they eventually move on... am really torn on this one as I do think it's one of the best things anyone can do to help; both the children and also society as a whole..









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