Becoming a Foster Carer: Information Evening April 28th

Have you considered becoming a foster carer? Here are Origins Foster Care we have an ongoing demand for foster carers.

Children require care for several reasons, they may have arrived into Ireland unaccompanied, arrived from a war torn area, have experienced neglect or abuse in their family home or for whatever reason they are unable to live with their birth family. We are looking for foster carers from all backgrounds to be assessed, trainer and approved as foster carers.

This Thursday evening, Recruitment and Assessment Team Leader Clare Gleeson will share a presentation at our online Information Evening on the requirements to become a foster carer and talk about the assessment process. Clare will be joined by one of our experienced foster carers who will share their journey. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and find out more about the process of becoming an approved foster carer.

So if you have ever thought about fostering, or would like to know more about fostering in Ireland, please call or email to register your interest. Join us online at 7pm Thursday 28th April

Contact:    087 0529749

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Eithne LarkinEithne Larkin
April 22, 2022
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