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At Fusion Fostering we will…

  • Fulfil our commitment to safeguard children in every aspect of what we do.
  • Offer high quality care in a family setting where the focus is on the welfare and specific needs of the individual child/young person.
  • Develop and maintain a child and young person centred service in which those placed are valued, supported and encouraged to achieve their full potential.
  • Deliver a holistic and integrated team approach inclusive of social work, education, health and support professionals.
  • Make a commitment to the recruitment of foster carers from a diversity of backgrounds and experience.
  • Achieve stability and security for children and young people through relationships with trusted adults that minimises disruption and affords protection from abuse and neglect.
  • Retain and support foster carers through a strategy that ensures they are professionally supervised, supported and financially rewarded, and that professional development continues.
  • Understand that fostering children and young people is a lifestyle choice that involves support not only to the carers, but also their family members directly and indirectly.
  • Develop a workforce of managers, practitioners and support staff that is appropriately qualified, trained and registered with regulatory bodies, and supported in continuous professional development.
  • Provide 24-hour support for foster carers and children and young people, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  • Make a commitment to the ongoing training and development of foster carers through a pathway to the achievement of qualifications.
  • Respect and promote the racial, cultural, religious and linguistic backgrounds of children and young people.
  • Commit to the promotion of anti-discriminatory practice and the equality of opportunity.
  • Give consideration for the gender, sexuality, disability and history of children and young people when making a decision to place children in a foster home.
  • Create stability through security and freedom from abuse, harassment and bullying.
  • Provide the service in accordance and compliance with national frameworks, whilst contributing positively to the delivery of best practice.
  • Promote educational attainment and health needs in the achievement of positive outcomes for children and young people, including access to therapeutic services.
  • Deliver a partnership-based service that is fully inclusive of children and young people, their families, foster carers, local authorities and other key stakeholders.

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