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FosterWiki is designed to help empower Foster Carers with knowledge, through examples and experiences of other Foster Carers.

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Instant access to unique guides, information, resources, top tips and insight into fostering.No login and free of charge.All content is driven by experts by experience and underpinned by legislation and fostering standards.This is foster carer support.

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Statutory fostering regulations, standards and legislation all in one place.One-click access to all the policies and procedures you need.

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Full of completely independent front-line information and inside info, knowledge and news that is important for foster carers, produced by the FosterWiki team, whose experience is grounded in practice. Keep yourself truly up to date in all things fostering and foster care and it’s free.

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Real Life Solutions Boost your Knowledge & Skills

There is this big myth in caring that all you need is a spare room and a big heart and that somehow to call a carer a skilled professional undermines that or suggests that you don’t care, but nurturing and caring for a child or young person and being a skilled, qualified professional are not mutually exclusive – ask any paediatric nurse, teacher or doctor.
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