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Fostering in Oldham metropolitan borough council

When you look after children in foster care, you are helping to build their future. We at UK Fostering facilitate this with excellent levels of support and guidance at every step.

It is a sad fact that many children receive inadequate levels of care at home. Many children have been neglected, emotionally, physically or sexually abused, and many have been through traumatic experiences. The right foster care can give a child the chance to overcome these adversities and to make positive progress.

How foster carers help children?

Studies show that children who have experienced stress at a very young age are more likely to have attachment and behavioural issues during their teenage years and early adulthood. These issues can cause a lot of damage to their lives.

By becoming a foster carer in Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council you can help traumatised children rebuild their lives. You can open your home to such children and give them all the love and affection that they deserve.

Why UK Fostering?

If you are interested in becoming a foster carer in Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council, UK Fostering will help you with all the assistance and support you need. Respite foster carers help foster families to take a break or from fostering children and enables them to recharge their batteries.

Get in touch with us to become a foster carer in in Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council.

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