Family Fostercare in the East Midlands
Location and Catchment Area
Our friendly fostering team at Family Fostercare East Midlands in Milton Keynes work with foster carers and children throughout Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire, including Milton Keynes, Corby, Kettering, Royston, Welwyn Garden City, High Wycombe, Oxford, Banbury, Northampton, Bedford and Luton.
Our East Midlands office is at Regus Atterbury Lakes, Fairbourne Drive, Atterbury, Milton Keynes, MK10 9RG.
How We Work
Family Fostercare's ethos is to deliver fostering with a family feel, and our friendly, close-knit fostering team in Milton Keynes definitely achieve that. We are passionate about putting children and foster carers first, about recognising each individual and tailoring what we do to suit the needs of everyone in the foster family.
You can find more information about us including our Ofsted Report, Statement of Purpose and other important documents in our online documents library.
We welcome enquiries from anyone over the age of 25, living in or within an hour's drive of the Milton Keynes area who is interested in finding out more about fostering: from eligibility to finances, to what to expect and the training to become a foster carer. If this sounds like you, please get in touch with us today. We'll send you a helpful Introduction to Fostering information pack, and then if you're still interested in finding out more we'll arrange to visit you in your home to talk it over and answer your questions in person. You are welcome to call us on 0300 321 3230 , or just use the form to request your Fostering Information pack today.
If you'd rather meet in person then why not come along to one of our Could You Foster Open Days? We hold these informal, friendly open-office events regularly with full details posted here on our website in our Events section and on our Facebook page. Granville Orange, on of our directors, is available to chat with visitors about what makes Family Fostercare special, there's lots of information to take away with you, and there may also be the chance for you to meet some of our experienced foster carers to hear first hand about what it is like to be a foster carer. We'd love to see you so please feel free to come along, perhaps even bring some friends and find out about fostering together. And of course if you have younger children who aren't at school yet that's no problem, there'll be a friendly Family Fostercare welcome for them too!