You may have heard of parent and child fostering. If you haven't, here's an easy way to discover more about it. Watch our short explainer video to maximise your parent and child fostering knowledge.
Watching a video not for you? Want additional, next-level information? Our foster carer blog is a must read for you then. You can read it here.
Still thinking thanks, but no thanks? Why not let us build your confidence in parent and child fostering by providing you with a little more proof. Head to our testimonial page to read our foster carer Vivien's review of parent and child fostering and to also learn right off the top her reasons for becoming a parent and child foster carer.
A role that is in high demand, we've also given you a breakdown below about the placement types that you can expect to undertake as a parent and child foster carer.
These placements typically last for approximately twelve weeks to twenty weeks and involve concluding an assessment report related to the parent’s ability to look after their child.
Such placements help parents by preparing them for the birth of their child by making them understand their personal needs as well as the baby’s.
Parenting Supporting Placements
These placements provide basic care, guidance, safety, and warmth for their child. Moreover, it is also provided to parents that need a secure place to live.
Don't forget you can also contact our team directly to ask questions about parent and child foster caring.