Fostering in Poole
Becoming a foster carer in Poole could mean changing children’s lives. Many young people unfortunately find themselves in care for a variety of different reasons, including conflicts within their family – or even a long term illness. Sadly, the main reason why young people come into care is because of abuse, neglect – or both. TACT are recruiting foster carers in Poole in order to make a real difference to the lives of these children.
It may surprise you to learn that you don’t need any previous childcare experience, as full training will be provided. To start the application process, you just need at least one spare bedroom in your home, a caring and nurturing character – and lots of energy to provide a child with a secure and loving home. If this sounds like something that you could do, you could join our Fostering Poole Team!
Why foster in Poole with TACT?
TACT is the UK’s largest dedicated fostering charity – enabling us to provide care for children on a national level. We reinvest any surplus income into providing more support and training for foster carers interested in fostering.
As one of the leading fostering agencies in Poole, we provide our foster carers with training and support that is local to them – to enable them to change young people’s lives. Because we reinvest surplus income, we can provide additional support over and above what is required of a fostering charity, such as a dedicated education service, health service and an online foster carer portal.
We’re more than just a fostering agency – we go above and beyond to look after our foster carers and the children they provide care for. Our TACT Connect service ensures that when children leave the care system, they have TACT’s support for life.
This is why 98% of our carers would recommend us to others thinking of fostering.
“After much research we decided to apply to foster through TACT based on the level of support it provided, its community feel and charitable status. We like that TACT’s focus is exclusively on the children and their carers.”
– Foster Carer (South of England)