Can you make a difference?

with Falkirk Council

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At Falkirk Council our aim is to always keep children, who can no longer live with their families, local and provide them with life changing care and a loving and nurturing home environment.

We know that being a foster carer is a life changing experience and one of the most rewarding jobs you can ever do. At Falkirk Council we give the opportunity to be the best you can be by offering unmatched training and support throughout your fostering journey while you provide a loving, nurturing environment for children from the local area.

We pride ourselves on the support we offer throughout your journey, from the initial contact all the way through to approval and of course once you have been approved and start to foster.

If you have been thinking about fostering, have any questions and believe that you can make a difference then we, and the many children in Falkirk and surrounding areas that need a caring, nurturing home environment would love to hear from you.

what does
fostering mean?

“Being fostered helped me to get on better with my mum and dad”

“We know our carer is our safe person, she helps when we need it.”

“Being in foster care put me back on track and boosted my confidence”

getting started

We know that you will have taken a lot of time to get to this stage. Please don’t wait any longer as getting started is very easy. Simply click on the ‘contact us’ button below, complete the form and one of our team will be in touch to arrange an initial discussion – we look forward to hearing from you.

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can you make a difference to a Falkirk child’s life?
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We understand that if you are thinking of adopting then you are in the process of making one of the biggest decisions of your life. Don’t worry though we will be with you every single step of the way, supporting you throughout to become the best adoptive parent you can be.

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short breaks

Our Short Break care service provides care for children and young people under 18 years old who have a learning and/or physical disability. Being with other people can provide new experiences and help them make valuable social contact, develop new interests and friendship of a short breaks carer can benefit both the children and their parents.

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