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Thinking about Fostering?
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.
A report by The Fostering Network found that 92% of foster carers say that they are proud to be in this profession and 90% say they enjoy the challenge of a new child. It is a rewarding and satisfying job, so if you’re thinking of fostering, what’s stopping you? View our foster care requirements to see if you will be a good fit and to breakdown some of the common myths surrounding foster care eligibility!
As well as being a truly rewarding career, there are many benefits to becoming a foster carer with Fusion Fostering, such as:
Fusion Fostering are dedicated to safeguarding young people in every aspect of what we do, but we are also dedicated to making sure our team of foster carers are happy, supported and well equipped to do their job. We help you by caring for your future.
If you have a passion for making a difference and are willing to open your heart and home to a child in need, then fostering might be for you. Some people may have had life experiences and skills that make them perfect for foster caring or be naturally patient and caring, we accept applications from people from all walks of life. No prior experience is required.
If you’re interested, the first step is a simple enquiry. Click here to start your journey, we will get back to you with answers to any questions you may have and instructions on how to take your first steps. Alternatively, you can give us a call on 03301 239355 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.