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About us

Channel Fostercare underwent major changes at the end of 2017.

It is fair to say that under the previous management the agency lost direction. However, there was a complete change in the management and leadership of the agency in November 2017. New and close associations were formed with the National Association of Therapeutic Parents (NATP) to deliver the TRUE Model  (Therapeutic Re-parenting Underpinned by Empathy/Experience). This is a model of parenting which was developed by Sarah Naish (NATP) and has achieve great success.

Matt Dauncey joined the agency from Swindon Local Authority’s Fostering Team as the Fostering Manager. Matt has a lot of training , background and experience of Therapeutic Fostering and delivering the TRUE Fostering model.

New social workers with experience of delivering Therapeutic Parenting have  joined the existing team who have undergone retraining to work within the TRUE Fostering model.

Our Foster Carers change young loves by offering a vulnerable young person by providing a safe, warm and loving home. With your support children can grow, develop and achieve, please enquire on line to become of the exciting changes taking place at Channel Foster Care.

Our Foster Carers come from all walks of life. So no matter what your situation and background, contact us. We offer all our foster carers lots of support and advice which makes the caring for your foster child easier, especially if you also have your own children.  Our approach also increases the stability and outcomes for the child being fostered! As a Channel Foster Carer you will receive financial support up to £650 per week per child in your care so it can be very worthwhile in many ways

Channel welcome applications from exiting carers looking to transfer as well as families new to fostering.

You could help a child enormously and do something extraordinary in the process. Get in touch with us today or call us on 03301 333331 for an informal chat.

You need to be over 25 yrs and a spare bedroom is essential.  Looked after children cannot share a bedroom with either you or your children regardless of the child’s age