Fostermans Blog About Fostering Getting used to this drive to South London now. It helps being a Sunday morning as the traffic is light going there but busy coming back at midday. As the other local lad is no longer
Fosterman’s Foster Caring Blog James (name changed) had an issue with a boy at school. Or, rather, the boy had an issue with him. The boy concerned had a reputation as a bully and trouble maker. He had heard about
Fosterman’s Blogging Diary A very enjoyable weekend was had by us all. As James (name changed) wasn’t playing a match on Saturday we were able to enjoy a lay in as we would be getting up early on Sunday. I
Fosterman’s Blog about Fostering After the weekend’s excitement it was time to get James (name changed) back to normality and refocused on school and everyday life. I was slightly concerned that there may be some jealousy amongst his friends and
Fosterman – A Blogging Foster Carer I received an email from James’ (name changed) Social Worker inviting me, my Link Worker and the Social Worker’s manager to a Zoom meeting on Wednesday afternoon. I accepted as I guessed that this
Fosterman’s Foster Care Blog Back to a footballing weekend. James (name changed) had a match Saturday morning in Maidstone which meant an early start for the 45 minute journey. So we were up at 7 and ready to go after
Fosterman Fostering Blog James (name changed) had training on Tuesday evening and the coaches decided to have the session in a local park as the first team were using the main ground. It was nice to have a change of
Fostermans Blog James (name changed) had training on Tuesday night and, as it was dry and reasonably mild, I decided to hang around and watch with a couple of the dads. James was looking back to himself from a fitness
Fosterman Blog We had a lovely weekend. As James’ (name changed) match was cancelled we decided to go somewhere for the day and we invited Paige, who was delighted to join us. On Friday night we sat and chatted about
Another busy weekend in the Fostering household. On Friday my Link Worker visited for a coffee and a catch-up. It was really nice to have a face-to-face conversation rather than via Zoom which can be rather frustrating and subject to
One section of Fostering which causes a lot of distress is the whole process of complaints. I was once told that if you’ve never had a complaint against you then you’re not a proper Carer. Although I don’t agree with
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