Fostering happens when children are unable to live with their birth parents or family.
This can be for a whole variety of reasons. Sometimes they may have experienced abuse, neglect or a parent may become ill and unable to care for their child.
In these situations, children or young people will be cared for by local council services who will help to find a temporary or permanent new home with a foster carer.
What Do Foster Carers Do?
As a foster carer, you’ll give vulnerable children from Bradford a safe environment to grow and learn, helping to improve their confidence and happiness one day at a time.
Depending on the child’s individual circumstances, you may provide care for a couple of days, a few years or until adulthood.
To carry out the role of a foster carer, you’ll be supported by a highly professional team of social workers and offered on-going training.
You will work as part of a team of professionals to help create a better future for Bradford’s children and young people.
Why You Should Foster With Us:
24/7 Dedicated Support
The best foster carers are those who feel supported. That's why we provide 24/7 support to all our carers to help you with any issues you may have.
Great Pay & Benefits Package
On average, we pay our foster carers £561 per week to care for children and young persons who need help in our community.
Training & Development
Unlock your career potential while making a difference to the lives of local children with our extensive training opportunities and rewards.
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