Are you thinking about fostering in Exeter?
If you have been considering fostering as a career, perhaps now is the time to contact us? We want to hear from you if fostering in Exeter is a career choice for you. If you have the physical and emotional space for a child or young person in your life, you could make a real difference by helping them to rebuild their life. You will need to be resilient and committed with lots of energy and patience, especially when faced with challenging behaviour, but it may be a very rewarding career for you. In Exeter we also need carers who are able to look after a parent and child, or a sibling group.
Why choose Capstone Foster Care?
At the start of your career you will receive substantial ‘Skills to Foster’ training as well as introductory training for ‘Therapeutic Foster Care. You will receive regular, ongoing training to ensure that you are confident in and equipped for the work you do. You will be allocated a supervising social worker who will meet with you regularly. We offer excellent all-round, 24-hr support and management back up.
Our local office has a friendly, caring and highly professional team of social workers, administrative staff and management, with access to support workers, therapists, and an education support coordinator, all linked by our shared desire for children to reach their full potential.
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If you live in or near Exeter, then our nearest office to you is in Kingsteignton 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 email@example.com. 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 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.