Foster parents are people or couples with a sincere love for kids and a sense of civic duty. They come from all backgrounds, but they all have the same goal: to give kids safety and security. Foster parents are aware of and comprehend that for every tale of sadness and suffering, there is an equally inspiring one of triumph. We need diversity in terms of age, marital status, colour, faith, class, gender, and sexual orientation and we accept and encourage foster parents from all backgrounds. Foster parents that can support children’s sexual orientation, colour, culture, and faith are needed.

What standards do we have for foster parents?
The urge to parent or otherwise care for a child or young person
The capacity to raise
You must be open to learning and have a fundamental awareness of the needs of children and teens.
A distinct benefit is a prior experience providing care for children or young people.
Foster parents who are also employed must arrange for suitable child and youth monitoring.
For a foster family to be successful, optimism, tolerance, patience, and consistency are necessary.
Foster parents must come from various backgrounds and have diverse life experiences, abilities, and attributes to help fulfil the needs of children and young adults in foster care, just as no two children are alike. You don’t need to have children or meet other requirements to be a foster care provider. The ability to assist, love, and care for children unable to live with their families are crucial.
In general, you are qualified to apply to become a foster carer if you:
At least 18 years of age (although most fostering services will want you to be 21)
Occupy a home with a spare bedroom large enough for a child or young adult to reside in.

One of the top foster care organisations in the UK is UK Fostering. In a type of shared housing known as supported living, the hosts essentially rent out a room in their home to a young person leaving foster care in exchange for providing them with the inspiration, motivation, and direction they need to acquire the knowledge and self-assurance they need to live independently. The teen who rents the room settles in and uses the house’s amenities as if they were a family member. Some children might require assistance with straightforward chores like budgeting, shopping, or cooking, while others could require more emotional care. Many will need both of them! Supported housing attempts to gradually offer the young person more responsibilities until they feel competent to function independently. Some people believe you must be married and have children, a family, a job, and a home to provide foster care. That’s impossible. The following statuses are acceptable: man or woman, single, married, in a civil partnership, divorced, widowed, or any of the above. We kindly request that you have a spare room and the decency to prioritise a child’s needs.