Faces of Fostering – Byron on being part of the Caritas Care family…

Faces of Fostering – Byron on being part of the Caritas Care family…

It has been important to Byron being part of the Caritas Care family.  Here’s why…

When I was with my first foster carers with Caritas Care, they had a routine. You go to town for an 1hr or 2, then go home.

The second foster carers were different. We used to go out on trips and have activities; also, they told me when Caritas Care were doing activities; this was good because I got to meet other children and young people my age.

I like the activities, and it was good for me to get out of the house, especially when I met the younger children. I am very tall, and to the younger children, I am like a giant to them, a big friendly giant!

The majority of my placements have been with younger children; so, this is how I have some understanding of what they are going through, which helps.

Caritas Care always tried to make sure that I am involved with things, especially if they are going somewhere on a trip. It’s good because it gets me out and gets me in the fresh air!

Note: Byron has currently and successfully completed his Level 3 Car mechanics course and is now looking for employment.  Please get in touch if you could offer Byron the opportunity of an interview.

To read more of Byron’s stories, click HERE

Click here to enquire about fostering with Caritas Care

Rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

Special thanks to Verve Recruitment for their support in helping us find more foster carer for more children

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