Keep in touch
Some of our graduates only spent a small amount of time with our carers, and others spent many years. How long you were with us doesn’t matter to us, we’d still like to keep in touch.
In December, in the run-up to Christmas, we would like to invite you to join us for a Christmas lunch on us.
In this way, we hope that we can keep in touch with you. We really like to know how you are getting on. It’s also really helpful to children still in our care to hear about the experiences of our Fostering People graduates. If you would like to share your experiences please do, let us know on the form below.
We like to keep in touch with you to find out how things are going now you’re an adult.
To do this we have our ‘Graduating FP’ scheme.
Each person that leaves Fostering People on reaching independence is entitled to the following to make the occasion
- A gift for the future
- A good luck card signed by Fostering People staff
- A framed graduation certificate from Fostering People
- A personal letter from Oliver Kirkland, the Registered Manager
With your permission, we’d also like to take a photo to display in the office.
Need A Bit More Help Or Want To Talk?
New to care?
So...you might be feeling nervous, and not know much right now but that’s okay, we’ve got you covered. Download a guide to living in a foster family with Fostering People.Read More
Have Your Say
Your feedback is important to us and your carers. We use it to help us provide support to your carers and it also goes towards a review that your carers have each year.Read More
There are many reasons you may be unhappy, as it’s not always easy living in a foster family. Let us know if you're concerned about the way that you are being treated.Read More
Stay Safe Online
It can be difficult to know what to do to keep yourself safe online. Here are some resources for you and your foster family.Read More
Blogs, Support & News
We care about you and want to provide content that can support you as you work your way through foster care. Whether you're new to care or are worried about something at school, we want to support you.Read More