We are delighted to share this impacting poem today for Sons and Daughters month:...Read more...
Imagine accepting me in your lives
“I’m not 17, wanna be 18 so I can go out like my friends to bars and make plans. Life for me in my shoes is hard. I don’t like college but gotta stay. can’t work cause I’m too young. I’ve had help with my eating disorder its working well. I have knots in my tummy when I get anxious. I feel sick and I panic so better if I don’t eat sometimes. My dad drinks a lit, my mum just gives me money to get me out the house, don’t think they wanted me. my brother is in the army, don’t see him. much. I don’t like myself. I don’t think sometimes why I bother getting up, but I have a true friend called Charlie, she is lovely and I love her family. One day i want to move out and travel nice places. Thank you for listening” – Grace aged 17
Choosing to become a foster carer is a life-changing experience, but it can be one of the most rewarding careers out there. When you choose to become a foster carer, you are choosing to make a difference, to help and support a disadvantaged young person and to give back to society. You are giving someone a chance at a new life, where they are cared for, supported in their development and most importantly, safe. It is a huge responsibility to take on, but our team of carers find the benefits of the role make it all worthwhile. We have a fantastic team and group of carers in south central covering the following areas.
Call: 01329 227686
Regional Manager: Ben Coward