New Year’s Resolutions – 2021

It is that time of the year again where we begin to reflect upon the past twelve months (perhaps groan at some of the decisions made) and consider ways in which we can embrace the new year by setting a personal goal or implementing a change to our lifestyle. Most of us are well versed…

Authors That Foster

Or should that be the other way around – foster carers that are published authors!  As we slip further into the wintery months (and at the time of writing – COVID-19 lockdowns), we may find ourselves turning to a good book.  That which, along with its companions – cosy chair and cuppa – can keep…

Fostering & Food

Primarily, food is fuel. A necessary and inescapable component of life, food is also a commodity that we are unable to live without as our bodies simply would not have sustenance to survive. However, food can offer so much more beyond being an essential requirement for life. Food is subjective in that we all hold…

Why do foster children need their own bedroom?

This is a question that arises frequently from potential foster carers; hopefully the blog below will help you understand the need for foster children and your own children to have separate bedrooms. Most young people placed into the home of foster carers have been subjected to neglect, a lack of healthy, nurturing love and often…