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Archive Monthly Archives: May 2018

‘Proud to support fostering’

This Foster Care Fortnight we are celebrating what makes people ‘proud to support fostering’! Time for Children’s registered manager, Anita, has kindly given us some insight into fostering and why she is proud to support it… “I have had a role in social work for 18 years and have seen first-hand the enormous impact fostering […]

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How do I become a foster carer?

It’s ‘how do I become a foster carer’ day! We know that the fostering process can seem confusing and daunting, so we have simplified it all for you below. What is a foster carer? Foster carers are ordinary people that come from all walks of life but are extraordinary in their ability to open their […]

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LAC Artwork

 Looked After Children’s Artwork Looked After Children at Time for Children had a creative children’s group session, each painting a letter to make this wonderful sign for the office. We wanted to say how proud we are of our young people by sharing their creation this Foster Care Fortnight.   Want to find out more […]

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Who needs fostering?

It’s ‘who needs fostering’ day! We are exploring why children come into foster care and the types of children you could expect to foster as a carer. According to Coram BAAF, on the 31st of March 2017, there were 72,670 children in the care of local authorities in England. Out of those, 53,420 children were […]

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Foster Care Fortnight

Foster Care Fortnight 2018

It’s nearly Foster Care Fortnight 2018! It is only TEN days until we join The Fostering Network and many, many others in celebrating the start of #FCF18 Foster Care Fortnight 2018. What better way to kick things off than participating in a Thunderclap. A Thunderclap is a coordinated, mass social media posting to raise awareness […]

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