What the Church needs to know about parenting vulnerable children

Understanding why and how parenting may need to be different when caring for vulnerable children.

Making sense of introductions

What are 'introductions', why do they matter and how can we support adopters and foster carers who are going through this process.

What the Church needs to know about FASD

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) are a reality for many looked after children and their families.

What the Church needs to know about support through application, assessment and waiting

How to support those going through the process to foster or adopt.

Film resource: Pete's Dragon (2016)

Find out more about Pete's Dragon, Disney's latest live-action family film about an orphan and his dragon. 

Film resource: Finding Dory

Disney's latest film is beautiful and hilarious - but not for 93,000 children in the UK.

Reflections from a Foster Carer: What is right and what is easy

A foster carer shares her heart and reflects on her role.

Ten ways you can support foster carers… written by foster carers

Suggestions from foster carers for ten support ideas specific to fostering.

Foster carers, we see you...

Our thank you to all the selfless and wonderful foster carers who go above and beyond to love the children in their care.

What the Church needs to know about being called to foster or adopt

How choosing to foster or adopt can be a response to God's call.

A Reflection for World Social Work Day

Taking a moment to recognise all that social workers do in their role working with looked after children.

What the Church needs to know about moves

Why 'moves' matter and how to support foster and adoptive families through times of transition.


John and Paula

In their late fifties, John and Paula began caring for a mother and her baby.

Rose's Story

Rose and her husband 'fell for' their adopted son as soon as they read his profile and heard his story.

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