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People Who Foster

by Katie Wright |

Having a disability does not automatically prevent you from being a foster carer.

Your medical information forms part of your assessment and at People Who Foster we treat all prospective applicants fairly and without prejudice and we will not turn down an application solely based on disabilities, past or current illness, medication or treatment. We believe it is important for us to look at how you manage your health condition or disability and how it may affect your ability to meet the needs of a child and also whether the challenging nature of fostering may have a detrimental impact on your health, which is fully explored in the assessment process.

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