How a Liverpool teenager’s life was transformed by her foster family at the age of 16 is the subject of a two minute film in a new campaign to promote foster carers.
A City council conference aimed at encouraging more people in Liverpool to become foster carers has been hailed an instant success.
During Foster Care Fortnight, three Liverpool foster carers write about why they foster.Â
Signature Living – the Liverpool based property developer and hoteliers – are to host a search for Future Foster Carers in the Cunard Building on Monday 14th May.
Activities are taking place in Liverpool to promote awareness of âkinship carers’ – who take on children that would otherwise end up in foster care.Â
A region-wide recruitment campaign launched today (Monday, September 12 ) will highlight the need for more than 700 new Local Authority fostering households, and invite people in Liverpool to do something incredible. fostering for liverpool express
Liverpool is using Foster Care Fortnight to thank existing carers for looking after some of the city’s most vulnerable young people, as well as recruiting new carers.
Foster carers working directly for Liverpool City Council will no longer have to pay council tax
Liverpool Town Hall is hosting an event for people to find out more about becoming a foster carer on Monday 26 January from 4-7pm
Foster carers in Liverpool are set to be paid a professional skills allowance of up to £23,000 per year