Could you foster in Torbay?
Due to high demand, we are always looking for foster carers in the Torbay area. If you have a spare room and would like to make an enormous difference to a child or young person, fostering might be the career for you. You will need to have resilience, energy, patience and commitment in order to bring out the best in a child and help them fulfil their potential. No specific qualification is required, although some experience in child care is useful, as well as a desire to keep learning.
Why choose Capstone Foster Care?
At Capstone Foster Care we fully appreciate the challenges that fostering brings, and we are there to support you throughout. We provide comprehensive ‘Skills to Foster’ training to ensure that our carers are well prepared for their role. Ongoing training is provided to help you understand your fostered child and teach you how to respond to their needs.
We work therapeutically with children and young people, keeping them at the centre of all we do. We have access to therapists, support workers and an education support worker, who work together to promote good outcomes for our children.
Would you like to know more about fostering?
If you live in Torbay, then our nearest office to you is in Kingsteignton, Newton Abbot where carer training takes place and support groups meet. Our main contact person for all new carer enquiries is Gill Cheadle who is based at our Devon office and you can reach her on 01626 323 847. Gill will be able to answer many of your questions and give you further information about what fostering 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 and we were rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted at our last inspection in the South West in 2011. We have 14 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.