| How to become a foster carer
How to become a foster carer.
There are lots of reasons why everyday people join our growing community of foster carers. It’s a life-changing experience, not just for the child in your care, but for you too. And we’re here to make becoming a foster carer easy, enjoyable and rewarding.
Who can become a foster carer?
Our community of carers includes people from all walks of life: traditional families, single-parent families, childless couples, same-sex couples.
As long as you have room in your heart and home, you have what it takes to change a child’s life – we’ll help with everything else, from training and practical assistance to financial support.
How long does it take to become a foster carer?
It can take anywhere between 12 and 16 weeks to become a foster carer. In that time we’ll give you all the training, guidance and support you need, empowering you as a carer and giving you the practical knowledge and confidence you need to become a successful foster carer.
Want to become a foster carer?
We’d love to hear from you – we’re always looking for committed couples and individuals who want to make a difference. To register your interest, please complete the contact form below and we’ll be in touch.
In the meantime, learn about out-of-home care and why becoming a foster carer is so rewarding.