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Step 10

If you are approved by the Agency Decision Maker, you will be allocated a Supervising Social Worker, who will be there to supervise, support and guide you in your role as a foster carer.

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Step 9

If your assessment is positive, it will be presented before the Redcar and Cleveland Fostering Panel. This panel consists of relevant professionals from health, education, social care and elected [...]

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Step 8

This whole process is anticipated to take between 6-8 months to complete, but may be extended in exceptional circumstances.  At any point during this process, you may decide the time is not quite [...]

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Step 7

When we have received your application you also will formally enter Stage Two of the process, which is the Home Study Assessment (Form F).  A Supervising Social Worker will be allocated to you [...]

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Step 6

When your application has been received, you will formally enter Stage One of the assessment process.  During this stage, we will undertake a series of checks, including an enhanced Disclosure [...]

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Step 5

If, following attendance at the Skills to Foster Training you wish to proceed to the assessment stages and also if we feel that you will be suitable, we will invite you to make a formal [...]

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Step 4

If you and the member of the team decide to progress with your enquiry, you will be offered a place on the next available Skills to Foster Training. This training gives an overview of what your [...]

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Step 3

On receipt of your completed Recruitment Form, a member of the Fostering Team will then contact you to arrange an initial visit. This visit will provide you with more details about becoming a [...]

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Step 2

A member of the Fostering Team will then contact you to ask you a few questions.  If your enquiry is then to proceed a Fostering Pack will be sent out to you. This pack will include information [...]

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