Transfer to us
As an experienced foster carer, why should you consider transferring to Tree House Care?
For a start, we offer you a winning combination of rewards and personal support that’s hard to beat. We are a highly respected independent fostering agency, with our children achieving outstanding outcomes, officially recognised as providing a good service by OFSTED, and trusted by childrens services departments across the UK.
Also, when you join Tree House Care, you join a caring organisation where every foster carer is an invaluable team member with 24/7 365 days a year support. Our terrific package includes:
• Excellent payment and rewards
• A bonus after 3 years
• Excellent training and development opportunities, with regular workshops and other formal training (eg safe care, court preparation, etc)
• 24-hour telephone support, every day of the year
• Monthly visits (or more frequent if needed)
• Help with preparation for any meetings concerning the child
• Subsidised use of a caravan at Skegness for holidays
Transferring to Tree House Care is straightforward
We do all the behind-the-scenes paperwork, liaising with local authorities and agencies to ensure everything runs smoothly, so you can get on with being a first-rate foster carer.
And if the above is still not enough to convince you to consider transferring, then how about this? In a recent survey, 100% of our carers said they were satisfied with the support they receive from Tree House Care, and we’ll happily put you in touch with one of them so you can hear it for yourself! Why not take a look at our recent videos on our homepage.
Tree House Care foster carers all need:
- Tolerance and understanding.
- The ability to be both firm and flexible when necessary.
- A sense of fair play.
- A sense of fun and a good sense of humour.
- The ability to communicate with children and adults.
- A good support network – family and friends.
- The ability to keep written records on the child’s progress.
- A willingness to attend regular training.
- The ability to learn from mistakes.
- A positive attitude to solving problems.
- A commitment to respecting and celebrating diversity.
- To respect that children should have a say in decisions that affect their lives.
- Realistic expectations about foster children, and an understanding that some children will not be able to show gratitude.