Fostering Agency in Lancashire – Supporting Lancashire Foster Carers
Taking on a role as a foster carer is one of the most rewarding experiences ever. It’s also just as challenging. However, choosing a reliable and experienced Foster Agency can help to ensure that you provide the child you’re looking after with the help they need and so richly deserve. Perpetual Fostering is that agency partner, providing everything you and your foster child need to have a successful placement.
Perpetual Fostering: Your Foster Agency in Lancashire
Fostering in Lancashire is no different than anywhere else in the North West. There are a number of fostering agencies and local authorities to choose from, all of whom seek to find homes for children and young people where they can feel comfortable, safe and happy.
The number of children in care in Lancashire is ever-growing, which is why Perpetual Fostering takes its role as an independent fostering agency so seriously. Currently, we have several foster carers in Lancashire, each looking after a foster child. We provide multi-level support for each and every one of these children and their carers to ensure that they feel fully supported throughout the placement.
Why Choose a Private Fostering Agency in Lancashire?
You have a lot of options if you decide you want to become a foster carer. You can go through the local authority or choose any one of a number of private fostering agencies in Lancashire. But here’s why we think you should choose us:
- Our people care. This isn’t just another business for us. Our carers and young people are incredibly important to use and we’ve invested heavily in making sure we’ve got an incredible level of support available for both
- We’re local and our door is open. Our office is in Bolton so you can arrange to come and see us whenever you need us or simply pick up the phone
- Competitive allowances. We offer incredibly competitive financial allowances to our carers. We believe your work is incredibly important and while it’s emotionally rewarding, it can be equally challenging. When you invest so much in caring for young people, we think money is the last thing you should be worrying about. So we offer competitive allowances to our foster carers
Support Structures for Foster Families in Lancashire
Here at Perpetual Fostering, we’ve got your back. We’ve worked with foster carers in Lancashire for many years, in areas such as Blackburn, Burnley, Blackpool, Preston, Lancaster and Chorley (as well as other towns in between). This means that you’ll never have to worry; we’re always just around the corner, no matter what you or the child you’re looking after may need.
Our Foster Carers Speak for Themselves
Nothing succeeds like success, and our Lancastrian foster carers, whether working as an individual or as a family team, have lots to say about the kind of support and aid we provide.
“Providing emergency foster care can be stressful. Perpetual Fostering has never let us down; no matter what circumstances we’ve had to face, we’ve done it together!”
Laura Khan, Preston
“Don’t choose any other foster agency. Perpetual Fostering’s social workers and staff are as compassionate and capable as they come!”
Justice Dixon, Tarleton
“After our first placement from Perpetual Fostering, we knew we wanted to do this forever. Even though it wasn’t easy, the help the agency provided to us — and knowing we made such a difference — made it all worthwhile.”
Albert and Terry Burton, Longridge
Our Lancashire Fostering Office
Becoming A Foster Carer In Lancashire
We need people who can make a difference in children’s lives.
To learn more about becoming a foster carer in Lancashire, get in touch – call or simply leave us a message and a member of our foster caring team will get back to you shortly.
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