Perhaps you’re wondering how to apply to become a foster carer? If you’ve brushed up your knowledge on the foster care requirements and you know the implications of what it means to become a foster carer, it could be time for you to put in your application with Capstone Foster Care.
If you can provide a safe, nurturing and loving home for a foster child and meet the fostering requirements of;
· A spare room
· Good health
· Over 21 years of age
· Full-time resident in the UK
· Time and energy to provide support and care for a child or young person.
Then fostering could be for you, to take the first step in your fostering journey fill out our form below.
There are many children and young people in urgent need of a loving caring foster family. Becoming a foster carer is a truly rewarding career where you’ll not only see your foster child grow and develop but supported by Capstone Foster Care develop your skills to foster too.
With Capstone Foster Care, you’ll receive continuous training and development as well as support from a dedicated social worker including out of hours support.
You’ll also receive a competitive Fostering Allowance. As much of your time as a foster carer will be dedicated to creating a safe and supportive environment for your foster child, you’ll be paid a fostering allowance to support you and your foster child as well as compensate you for your hard work as a carer.