Don’t you forget about me: a guide to developing a peer support group for the sons and daughters of foster carers
Living in a family that fosters can help sons and daughters to mature and become good role models, but they need extra help to deal with the added responsibility. They have to learn to share their toys, their home and, most importantly, their parents. Ensuring they are more involved in important decisions and have the right support and information is vital to the success of fostering.
This guide looks at why it is important for peer support groups to exist for sons and daughters, as well as giving an overview of how to establish groups, and organise and sustain them.
Available in England and Welsh.