Yesterday was National Sibling Day. Anyone with siblings can tell you there can be highs and lows growing up with brothers or sisters. Despite this, most people can reflect on these years and appreciate that their childhood was enriched by the shared sibling experiences.
Last month we shared with you information about what Guardianship is. We hope this was helpful to those who are considering talking with their case managers/workers in relation to this.
Now we want to provide you with more details about the Guardianship process.
In the lead up to Christmas 2018, Caring with Carers was able to support Out of Home Care agencies with our Christmas Toy Drive.
We were thrilled to be able to accept many generous donations from businesses and individuals and pass them on to those in need.
- Are you considering becoming a guardian carer but unsure what this means for you?
- Or, maybe you have not cared within the Out-of-Home Care sector before?
- Are you wishing to transition the child or young person in your care to guardianship?
Here are a few facts you should know…
- As we emerge from lockdown it is vital that we are providing meaningful support for our children and young people.
- Supervision is shown to empower, motivate and increase work satisfaction of the individuals undertaking it.
- Overcoming 2020. What we can all learn from children in foster care.
- I can’t yell loud enough for all the children.
- Number Four ~ The Foster Carer
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