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Fostering FAQ

Choosing to foster is a big decision, choosing who to foster with is just as big! There are many different factors to consider. We here at Time For Children wanted to answer some of the most frequently asked questions we hear from prospective foster carers, to help you with your decision-making. Click on the relevant tab below to select the answers you want to find. Have a question that isn't listed below? Get in touch here and we'll be happy to help!

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Our Support for Foster Parents

Time for Children are committed to providing our foster carers with a support service that is accessible and effective. Check out the support we offer for our Foster Carers and their family's here

Who Can be a Foster Carer?

If you are interested in fostering we would like to hear from you no matter what your background. We have a diverse range of fostering families, from all walks of life and from all types of backgrounds. We welcome applications from single people and couples, whatever your ethnic background, religious beliefs and sexual orientation, and whether or not you already have children of your own. Click here for a list of the types of people who can apply to become a foster carers:

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