Whether or not you’re into powerlifting, you’ve probably heard of the competition for the World’s Strongest Man. What you might not know is that since 2015, Britain has had its very own Disabled Strongman competition, serving as a qualifying event for the World’s Strongest Disabled...

Since the 1960s, Kingston House on Bond Street has housed tenants that include Humberside Police and Hull City Council. Following its acquisition by Tradepark during Hull’s year as the UK City of Culture, the building has been remodelled into K2, a pioneering multi-purpose complex. Containing 70...

With so much going on in the world of fostering and childcare, it can be hard to keep track of important changes and developments. But never fear, as our monthly roundup is here to keep you in the loop. Below are five big changes and events...

Thanks to our modern society being so supportive, there are countless international events designed to promote and raise awareness of a variety of conditions. This week there happens to be three big ones taking place, each of which encourages individuals and businesses to get involved. Purple...

By its very definition, community spirit is a positive trait that we should all embrace. From getting to know your neighbours, to learning about different cultures and lifestyles, there’s a lot to be gained from being involved in your community. However, it’s not just a case...

Nick Barwick is a motivational speaker, young people mentor and independent fostering consultant who has been working with Fusion for over a year. Having suffered years of physical, sexual and emotional abuse as a child at the hands of a relative and grown up in foster...

Fusion is taking part in LGBT Adoption and Fostering Week, which encourages people that are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender to look into becoming parents and foster carers. Run by New Family Social, the UK support group for LGBT adopters and foster families, events are...

Fusion Fostering is dedicated to helping people from all backgrounds and communities to change the lives of young people. With multiple regional offices, we can either meet up for coffee or chat over the phone about what becoming a foster carer entails and answer any...

This is the age of digital learning, where primary schools use iPads and interactive displays to facilitate everyday education. With children often being more au fait with a mobile phone than the adults in the household, it makes sense that this technology should be used...