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Fostering Meet & Greet | Foster Care Fortnight – Foster Parents Article

Posted on 21st May 2019 by Beth Owen FOSTER CARE FORTNIGHT EVENT Want to know more about fostering? Then why not pop down to our Fostering Meet & Greet event at Lorimer House in Sale on Wednesday 22nd May 2019 for a chat and to meet the team! You will be able to talk to one of our Social Workers about becoming a Foster Carer; what the role entails and what support and training you will receive from us as an agency. You can…

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#ChangeAFuture | Rachael’s Story | Foster Care Fortnight – Foster Parents Article

Posted on 20th May 2019 by Beth Owen The theme for this years Foster Care Fortnight campaign ran by leading fostering charity The Fostering Network is ‘#ChangeAFuture’. Changing futures is something we know all of our foster carers strive to do. They work with the young people who live with them every day to make sure that they achieve their goals. The aim of the #ChangeAFuture campaign is to showcase the commitment, passion and dedication of foster carers. We spoke with Rachael,…

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Toddler And Kid Trampolines To Wear Children Out – Parents Article

The Ancheer Mini Rebounder oval shape design offers stability and safety and is large enough for two children. Steel spring coils hold the mat to the frame and bungee straps hold the cover to the frame.  It has a UV resistant surface and can be used outdoors or indoors.  The foam covered handlebar has 5 possible height adjustments from 38-45 inches.  Full disclosure we have this rebounder at home and kids enjoy using the bar as a gymnastics bar and…

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Becoming A Foster Carer | Foster Care Fortnight – Foster Parents Article

Posted on 16th May 2019 by Beth Owen BECOMING A FOSTER CARER If you’ve clicked on this article then it probably means you’ve thought long and hard about becoming a foster carer. You will have talked to your family and friends to seek their support and endorsement. Well done! Reaching this milestone is significant and you are already on your way to making a difference to young people’s lives. Below, we have described our process for approving foster carers. Each…

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Nature Play For Children: Why It Matters (And What You Can Do) – Parents Article

Playing with rocks and dirt, climbing trees, running through fields, riding bikes – these are some of the memories children love the most.  The freedom to explore and interact with nature typically results in lasting memories.  Creative play tends to help children develop in a natural, healthy way.  What Is Happening To Nature Play In recent years, the average time that a child spends outdoors has reduced massively. Less than 10% of children currently play outside in natural spaces such as…

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