News

Thursday 17 May 2018

 

Why did you want to become Foster Carers?

Monday 14 May 2018

Children from all backgrounds can be fostered from birth, right up until their 18th birthday. They come into care when they are unable to live with their birth parents for a period of time.  

Monday 23 April 2018

If you are considering fostering, you may be thinking about whether to foster with Brighton & Hove City Council, or whether to choose an independent fostering agency. You may already foster with an independent fostering agency and wonder what you will gain from transferring.

We are proud of our fostering community and the incredible work our foster carers do for our looked after children. We want to create the very best experiences, support and training for our foster carers so they in turn can provide the most loving, stable and supportive homes for our children. 

Friday 9 February 2018

This week, some of our potential foster carers attended a 3 day Skills to Foster pre-approval course, which is a valuable part of the assessment process. It’s an intense few days, but we are so pleased they have all come out the other side with enthusiasm. Here’s how some of them reflected on both the course itself, and their experience of the assessments process so far;

What type of fostering are you hoping to do, and what stage of the assessment process are you at?

Wednesday 15 November 2017

At Brighton and Hove City Council Fostering Team we always want to hear directly from our carers about their experiences. This week we chatted to some of our carers about the training they've attended. We believe continuous training and development helps our carers feel confident in their fostering roles and ensures they are equipped with a variety of tools and techniques to better support the children they look after. Here's what they had to say:

Liz

What do you think of the fostering training at Brighton and Hove City Council?