Scarborough & District Foster Carers Association.

Wed, Jan 17th 2018 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Scarborough Whitby & Ryedale Foster Carers Association

The Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Foster Carers Association ....

.......has being set up by local carers to provide a stronger collective voice to influence services and enhance the support and guidance offered to carers.

We believe that it’s important that foster carers do not feel isolated in the important work that they do and are aware to whom they can turn to for companionship and empathetic support.

 Collectively, the regular active members in the association have decades of experience in looking after foster children and are available to provide that knowledge and experience to anyone who needs it.

 The many ways foster carers can come together are offered in informal Chat and Meet up events to more adventurous trips to Flamingo land, with many events free or concessional.

 We aim to bridge the gap to being recognised as the professionals that we are and are actively involved in any positive steps to make this happen. Raising our status is a two tiered role, working to change attitudes both with our working social care  colleagues and with our fellow foster carers.

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Contact details : Debbie Iona : 07545 777577

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