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Fostering in Blackpool Council

UK Fostering aims to provide an excellent level of care to children in foster care, by recruiting skilled and loving foster carers.

Every child deserves a healthy and happy environment to grow up in. For those children who did not receive a positive start in life, UK Fostering promises to provide for the much needed care and attention. UK Fostering is now recruiting carers who are able to look after children in foster care in Blackpool Council.

Types of foster services

Our foster carers in Blackpool Council are adept at providing care in part because we offer an extensive list of training courses every year. These courses range from ‘Caring for a child with autism’ to ‘Caring for a mother and baby’.

We offer various kinds of foster placements, including-

  • Parent and child
  • Respite fostering
  • Remand/Youth offending foster care
  • Short/long term placements

 We not only provide a loving foster family but also guide and assist them through the journey. We provide them with financial and practical support. We also offer legal advice fostering legislation in Blackpool Council. Every foster family has their own social worker who will make regular home visits and phone calls. We also provide new training sessions every year, to ensure that all of our carers are given the best chance at becoming successful foster parents.

A fostering service that cares

We work with local authorities nation wide as well as locally, and right now we are looking for people who can provide a safe, secure home and nurturing to children in foster care at Blackpool Council.

If you are interested in becoming a foster carer, or you would just live to find out more, simply contact us today, via phone or email, and we will be more than happy to assist.

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