ways to foster

already fostering?

already fostering?

If you’re not yet fostering with Foster Wales, transferring to us is much easier than you think.

Every child or young person in need of foster care in Wales is in the care of your Local Authority. We have legal responsibility for them and we’re dedicated to finding the right local home for them. Because staying local can often mean the world to foster children. It means their sense of identity, their daily routine of school and friends.  It can reduce stress and increase confidence, building better futures for them and their community. Your community. Our community

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how to transfer

Transferring to our local team is as easy as getting in touch with us. Either by email or phone call, getting in touch with us will start your journey.

Our team will talk through what fostering is like with our team, and if you’re comfortable with making the switch to us, we’ll do all we can to support your transfer.

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why transfer

Whether you’ve recently moved or want to work with children in a different area, our main purpose is to provide a safe, secure home for a child in our care. This means, we’ll consider what’s best for a child in our responsibility.

Joining our local team means gaining a whole new family of foster carers and other professionals with the same focus as you; to ensure a brighter future for the children of neath port talbot.

We’re committed to empowering you to be the best carer you can be, offering dedicated support and training throughout your journey.

Why not learn more about the rewards and benefits we offer here.

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get in touch

  • If you’re looking to request an information pack, ask a question or make the first step to becoming a foster carer, we’re here to help. Simply fill out the form and a member of our dedicated team will be in touch with you shortly.