already fostering?

already fostering?

Here at Foster Wales Rhondda Cynon Taf we’re all about people, not profit. We have a clear purpose: to support and empower foster carers. To build brighter futures for children in our community.

You might already be a part of our foster team. If you’re fostering with your Local Authority, that means you’re already part of Foster Wales. We’re a national network, which takes in all 22 Local Authority fostering services, throughout the whole of Wales.

If you’re not fostering with a Local Authority, then don’t worry – transferring to us a simple process. Here’s everything you need to know.

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how to transfer

It’s easy: get in touch with our team at a time that suits you.

We’ll get to know you better and take a look at how fostering with us might work for
you. If you do decide to go ahead with the transfer, we will do everything we can to support your switch and to make it as seamless as possible.

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why transfer

As the Local Authority, we hold the ultimate responsibility for every child who needs a foster carer. We are not here to make profit, but to make real differences in children’s lives. Right here in Rhondda Cynon Taf.

It’s not only our passion but our purpose to work out exactly what’s needed – for local children, as well as their foster families – and to make it happen.

We enable you to be the best you can be, with unparalleled expertise, regular training opportunities and dedicated support. We’re committed to offering this for every single member of the Foster Wales family. That includes the children we care for, and you as their families.

Want to join us? Find out more about the rewards and support we offer.

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transfer today

get in touch

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