Your local Capstone office:
28 The Green, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B38 8SD – 0121 374 2650
We are currently looking for more foster carers from Worcester and we can offer you advice over the phone to discover if fostering is right for you, and how we can support you on your fostering journey.
We regularly have a need for foster carers to foster sibling groups and teenagers. Placements can be short, sometimes a few days but placements are regularly long term and could often last years.
Sometimes when people think about fostering, they consider themselves to be to old to foster. Many people foster because they have lots of space at home as their own children have grown up and left home. Some of our foster carers are in their 60s and 70s! As long as you are healthy enough to meet the needs of a child, you are fit enough to foster.
Enquire and change lives
You can submit an enquiry form online, send us an email or speak to our team at our Kings Norton office based in South Birmingham. They will give you good free advice and if you want to discuss things further, someone from Capstone will make a visit to your home. This is a great opportunity to find out more about fostering. If this sounds of interest to you, please call 0121 374 2650, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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About Capstone Foster Care
We are an established fostering agency covering most regions of England. We have approximately 100 committed staff members supporting our 500 foster carers. Furthermore, we are hugely proud that most of our regions are rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted; with the Midlands area last inspected as Outstanding in 2012.
We have 16 offices situated all over England, with our local staff members working hard to ensure that they know all of our foster carers personally. We work hard to ensure the family feel of the offices; meaning that we are able to offer new foster carers with the balance of the resources and knowledge associated with a larger agency and the personal “family feel” and local support, which feedback from our foster carer acknowledges as very valuable.