A support foster carer cares for a child or sibling group for a week or two at a time, for example during school holidays or at weekends, and it is often the same child for regular visits.
Watch Scott and Alison discuss how part-time fostering fits in with family life.
Find out about the children we typically have waiting for a loving Nottinghamshire foster home.
We will be with you every step of the way on your journey to becoming a foster carer and provide support, training and guidance when you are fostering.
We know that people don’t foster for the money, but also recognise that you need to cover the costs of caring for a foster child.
Foster carers come from all backgrounds. What's important is your interest in caring for a child.
It's required that you have some experience of caring or working with children or young people, and have a spare room.
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