Would you like to foster in Bournemouth?
We are currently on the lookout for new foster carers in the Bournemouth area. If you would like to make a difference to a child or young person who needs someone in their life to believe in them, please contact us.
To be a foster carer you need to have at least one spare room available and have the energy and commitment to give a nurturing and supportive family environment to a vulnerable child or young person. We are especially looking for carers who are able to offer a home to a sibling group or to a parent and their child.
Why choose Capstone Foster Care?
We offer a strong support network for all our carers by giving them comprehensive training prior to starting as foster carers, as well as ongoing training and carer support groups, so that they feel equipped and confident in the work they do.
Our staff are experienced and enthusiastic, always bearing in mind the interests of the child. We have access to therapists and intervention workers, as well as an in-house social pedagogue. We have regular days out for carers and children, and participation activities for fostered children and birth children.
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If you live in or near Bournemouth, then our nearest office to you is in Ringwood where carer training takes place and support groups meet.
Our main contact person for all new carer enquiries is Jennifer who is based at our Bristol office and you can reach her on 01454 423 820 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Jennifer will be able to answer many of your questions and give you further information about what being a foster carer involves.
About Capstone Foster Care
Capstone Foster Care is a well-established fostering agency operating across most parts of England. We have over 100 staff supporting 500 carers from 16 offices spread around England and our local staff teams make a point of knowing personally all the carers in their area. We work hard to maintain the local, family feel of all our offices so that we can offer new carers the best of both worlds – the resources and expertise of a large agency as well as the personal family feel and local support that most carers really value.