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Support for Carers

Having a clear support system for our carers, their families and the young people in care is key. As well as visits from your local supervising social worker, at least once a month, you’ll also receive visits and calls from Family Support Workers.

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We’ve also develope independent, 24/7 help lines for carers, and children, meaning you have access to the support you need, when you need it. If there are any problems at school, we offer individual support from educational advisors, too, and we have links to a number of independent psychologists who can be called on by carers and children alike. In short, our foster families receive support from all sides.

 

Excellent Traning oppurtunities

We take the learning and development of our foster carers very seriously. As well as delivering the induction training you need as a new foster carer, we’ll also support you through core training modules in the first 18 months after you are approved as a foster carer.

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In addition to this, those that wish to can go on to undertake specialist courses to develop the skills needed to take care of children with specific issues from autism to foetal alcohol syndrome. All our training is practical, accessible and down to earth. It does not involve any formal academic study or written exams. From individual e-learning through to interactive workshops, we make it really easy for you to gain all of the knowledge and information you need to be a successful foster carer.

Enhanced financial rewards

Although fostering is a vocation, not a job, we believe in offering our carers the competitive payments that their skills and commitment deserve. We pay our carers a professional fee as well as an allowance for the care of the fostered child or young person. We also offer help 

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with some of the treats and extras that will make children and young people feel at home. We include allowances for birthdays, festivals and holidays in our payments, and try to ensure young people and carers can attend a range of regional activities each year (these include visits to the beach, to pantomimes and theme parks). In addition to this enhanced support, we also pay for carers to become members of the Fostering Network once they are approved.

A country-wide network

Orange Grove has a presence across much of England, allowing us to offer the resources of a larger agency, along with the local knowledge of a smaller one. It’s our local offices Read More

that make decisions about matching, training and support. But as a national agency, we can also offer access to a wide multi-disciplined support group, from educational advisors to psychologists. For local authorities, it also means that we’re able to achieve economies of scale, without compromising on quality of care.

Regular placement opportunities

Having a clear support system for our carers, their families and the young people in care is key. As well as visits from your local supervising social worker, at least once a month, you’ll also receive visits and calls from Family Support Workers. Read More We’ve also developed independent, 24/7 help lines for carers, and children, meaning you have access to the support you need, when you need it. If there are any problems at school, we offer individual support from educational advisors, too, and we have links to a number of independent psychologists who can be called on by carers and children alike. In short, our foster families receive support from all sides.

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