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We want you to enjoy yourself and make sure that you're happy when you stay with one of our foster carers. Here's some things you'll need to know.
We will find foster carers for you. They'll help look after you.
You might stay with your foster carers for a short or long time.
Your foster carers will:
When you stay with your foster carers, you'll have your own comfortable bedroom. In your bedroom, you can listen to music, play or just relax.
In the sitting room, you can watch your favourite television programmes, play games with friends and have visitors. In the bathroom, you can wash and also clean your teeth.
Your foster carers will find out what you can eat and they'll ask you what you like best to eat. You can tell them what your favourite foods are.
There are lots of fun things to do. You can:
Your foster carers, and everyone else working with you or looking after you, will:
Your foster carers will help you:
Your foster carers will make sure that you:
Your foster carers are given some money to help look after you properly and provide everything you need.
If you are unhappy or sad or have any worries, there are different people you can talk to:
We will try to help you.
Here are some other people you can talk to if you are unhappy:
You can talk to ChildLine about anything – no problem is too big or too small. They won't tell anyone, unless you want them to.
Contact ChildLine by phone, email, message board or chat.
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills.
Telephone 0300 123 1231
Or write to Ofsted, Piccadilly Gate, Store Street, Manchester, M1 2WD
Contact us for information and advice on any disability issue and for information about our services. You can also talk to us if you want to make a complaint.
We want you to help us to make your time with your foster carers really good, so please tell us how we can make things better for you.
When you join us, we'll give you a booklet with this information in it too. It will also tell you:
Please let us know if you'd like this guide in another format such as Makaton, audio or in another language.
Use our Fostering Service contact form to contact us about anything. You can also call Heather Gardner on 0300 303 2962.
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