Welcome to our Fostering Team

Amazing things happen throughout our fostering family every day. As a founder led agency, we put children at the heart of everything we do.
 
We take pride in ensuring a team approach, where our foster carers are supported to become part of our family. We are constantly striving to create a caring fostering community where our foster carers and staff work together to ensure children’s needs are met.
 
At Care 4 Children Fostering, we work relentlessly to recruit, train and support our foster carers and are committed to providing stable, caring, family environments in which children will thrive. Our foster carers have access to an excellent training programme of ongoing support which ensures we can place children with a variety of needs.
 
We employ experienced and highly skilled social workers to ensure that we achieve the best possible outcome for the children in our care, and that every placement receives the dedicated support in whatever way is needed.
 

Fostering in Birkenhead

At our Birkenhead fostering agency we make a real difference in children’s lives, and we are looking for enthusiastic and committed carers to be part of that team. Joining our Birkenhead fostering agency means being part of a small organisation that is close-knit and offers a personal service and support for our staff every step of the way, whether you have cared for vulnerable children before or this is your first time.

Located on the western bank of the River Mersey, with the vibrant city of Liverpool just across the water on the other bank, Birkenhead offers a range of arts and leisure facilities and has produced a number of well-known performers, including Paul O’Grady and Glenda Jackson. Fostering in Birkenhead means not only providing a safe and comfortable home for children at risk in the local area but also embracing the quality of life that Birkenhead has to offer and becoming a valued member of the community.

Working with our Birkenhead foster care agency can mean a range of assignments, from caring for children on a temporary basis to providing a break for children with disabilities to longer term requirements. Other types of fostering in Birkenhead include giving a home to adolescents and guiding teenagers through this critical time in their lives or being able to house more than one child at the same time so that siblings can stay with each other during the trauma of being removed from an unsafe or abusive environment.

Anyone who is kind, fit and healthy can become a foster carer as long as they can give a child a stable home where they can thrive. Whatever your background, your faith, your race or your gender, we want to hear from you and anyone who believes in giving children a future by nurturing them today.

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