Who are we?
Foster Care Group Wales are an Independent Fostering Agency based in South Wales since 2000. Our focus is to provide outstanding care and support to all our foster parents and children/young people in placement.
We pride ourselves on being an agency who work in partnership with our foster parents, our growth as an agency has mainly been due to word of mouth referrals from our existing foster parents who appreciate the high levels of support offered to them.
The choice of becoming a foster parent can be one of the most difficult, yet rewarding decisions you can ever make. Foster parent Group Wales is here to support you through every stage of this life-changing journey.
What are the requirements to be a foster parent?
You can be considered to become a foster parent for FCGW as long as you are over 21 and have a spare bedroom, regardless of your marital status, gender or sexuality. Look at our ‘Who can Foster?’page to learn more.
Do you think that you have the ability and desire to be a foster parent and can use your skills and experience in a demanding role or do you have a friend or family member who has thought about fostering and discussed this with you? If so, please call us for an informal chat and further information without any obligation. We are here to answer any queries you may have regarding fostering, however big or small.
Would you like to make a difference to children and young people by providing a home in their local community? If so, we would love to hear from you!! Call today on 02920 689849 or request a call back.
Why choose us?
We recruit, assess and train to an exceptional level and offer generous rates of allowances and expenses. Alongside our high level of support and supervision , we understand that foster parents need to have support not just in office hours, therefore provide a 24 hour, 7 days a week support service. We offer a training programme tailored to our carers experience and skills. Newly approved foster parents are provided with an induction programme introducing them to the agency and their role. All our foster parents are allocated a qualified and experienced social worker who provides advice, support and supervision.
What type of placements do we offer?
A wide variety of children and young people are placed with our foster parents from Local Authorities across South Wales. This includes children of all ages and from a range of diverse backgrounds. We offer placements to children from birth until young people are ready to move on to independence. We also offer specialist parent and child assessment placements where appropriate. Go to our ‘types of placement’ page see the full range of placements we offer.