Posts tagged as: A Day in the Life of a Female Carer

Day in the life of a female foster carer 5th January

‘For all of you potential foster carers reading this; it’s OK to be shattered, it’s OK to want space from the children and it’s OK to seek extra support.’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 29th December

‘In these circumstances it’s worth telling yourself that you’re only human and cannot make everything perfect.’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 19th January

‘I keep being told I don’t understand. I’m glad I don’t!’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 22nd December

‘It’s going to be interesting to see how we manage having a non-believer and believer in Santa under the same roof!’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 3rd December

‘When I feel stressed I tend to look at photos from when she first came to us and some of the life experiences we have given her.’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 26th November

‘G is affirming that she is firmly attached to us and that the boundary setting we have put in over the last couple of years is really paying off.’

 
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Day in the life of a female foster carer 17th November

‘Fostering works best when there is an objective and holistic approach taken to the care and support’
 

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Day in the life of a female foster carer 10th November

‘Fostering works best when there is an objective and holistic approach taken to the care and support’
 

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Day in the life of a female foster carer 29th October

‘This is a healthy sign of attachment and an interesting conversation to have.’
 

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Day in the life of a female foster carer 20th October

‘Photos with dates and information are a lifeline to some children.’
 

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