Blogs I spent Friday evening showing James (name changed) details about the Isle of Wight. I also showed him some of the pictures of when I was a kid with my parents on holiday there. We highlighted some places on
Blog James (name changed) and I were looking holidays for this summer. I’d love to take him abroad but he doesn’t have a passport and I can’t see his Mum providing the documentation needed to obtain one. So we’ve been
Blog After a busy and rather emotional week I thought we would have a quiet peaceful week, but I was mistaken. James (name changed) had been invited to a party at a friend’s house on Saturday night and James wanted
Fostering Positivity Blog I had a quiet weekend. James (name changed) didn’t though. Mr Sociable was a busy boy and I didn’t really see much of him. On Friday night he went around a mate’s for dinner. The friend was
Deeds Fostering Blog Back to normality can be a very difficult target for some people and it certainly was for James (name changed). Having spent so many days in the company of Paige he admitted that he was feeling sad
When the decision has been made that Fostering is a career that you wish to pursue, the process will begin. Part of this process will be to assess as to whether you are suitable to Foster Siblings. Fostering, of course,
Covid 19 Lockdown Blog. Today Michael ( names changed ) met his new 16+ Local Authority Social Worker (LASW) for the first time. It was a garden visit, so luckily the weather was sunny. Michael isn’t ever keen on having
Covid 19 Lockdown It takes a particular type of person to succeed as a foster carer – you really don’t know if it is for you unless you try. It can certainly be very rewarding, but it isn’t without challenge.