There is a real and growing concern of how many young people find it OK to share inappropriate images online. It is leading to so many becoming vulnerable to potential exploitation, blackmail and harm from a young age, leaving a lasting digital footprint. If you share it, you are involved. It’s time for foster carers and parents to have an important conversation about online safety. Let’s help children navigate the digital world as safely as possible.
Ketamine is an increasingly popular recreational drug of choice for teens and this is a drug that no one should take. However, as a parent or foster carer you may not be able to stop children and young people coming into contact with it. Being informed could help the teenagers in your care to make
Becoming a foster parent isn’t something you decide on a whim—it’s a thoughtful journey. It’s important to gather the whole household together from the get-go, and it can feel even more significant when you consider how fostering might impact your own kids. Ensuring your biological children’s well-being is a top priority, but giving your foster
With the new school year firmly underway, its a good time to put online safety back on the agenda. Foster carers and parents need to consider not just physical child safety but also the steps to take to help ensure children’s safety in the digital world. As the internet and social media act as the
It’s back-to-school season – are your foster kids feeling anxious? The time has rolled around again – back to school season is upon us. For foster families, this transition can bring about a mix of excitement and anxiety for the kids in your care. The first day of school is edging closer, and after the