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Are you based in Berkshire and interested in becoming a foster carer? Look no further, Nexus Fostering is looking for foster carers in the area and we believe anyone has the potential to become a foster carer. Fostering is not about your marital status or whether you own your own home, Fostering is about being understanding, caring and offering a stable home environment for a young person.
You don't need to have any specialist qualifications to become a foster carer in Berkshire but you do need to enjoy the company of young people and you do need life experience – that's why there is no upper age limit for fostering – if you have the energy and commitment to young people don't let anything get in your way of becoming a foster carer.
There are lots of young people and children in Berkshire who are in need of a secure home where they can feel safe and grow. Fostering is highly rewarding and has a positive effect on young people at a crucial time during their development.
We don't expect you to know everything from the off. As a Nexus Fostering foster carer you are very much part of the team and we offer excellent training and support and well as our standard package which includes:
If you would like to know more information about fostering a young person in Berkshire, enquire today and help a young person rebuild their lives.
Even if you live at a distance from one of our offices please be reassured that our support services are delivered in a flexible and local way through our local activities and meetings. Your nearest Nexus Fostering office in based in Harrow.
Berkshire is a fantastic place to foster children as not only are you surrounding by so many places to visit, Berkshire is just a stone's throw from London. With bustling shopping towns, picturesque villages and beautiful countryside there is something for everyone.
Berkshire is a county with Royal connections with the River Thames running through it and Windsor Castle and Ascot Racecourse on the doorstep. Visitors can enjoy a river cruise or a walk around the open spaces such as Wellington Country Park.