Specialised Foster Care Online Q&A Session

Event | Posted January 1, 2023
Specialised Foster Care Online Q&A Session

Interested in learning more about specialised foster care?

Please join us at one of our interactive Q&A sessions.

The session is designed to prepare you with the knowledge and resources to make an informed decision on becoming a specialised foster carer.

Our small group virtual meetings, lasting approximately 30 minutes, bring together 1-3 other family households. Offering you the opportunity to participate from the comfort and convenience of your home.

During this 30-minute online session, you will:

  • Hear from one of our experienced specialised foster carers and what it is like to be a carer, including the rewarding experiences you will have and the challenges you might encounter as a specialised foster carer.
  • Be able to ask any questions you might have.

Upcoming Q&A sessions

  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm (AEST) on Tuesday, 3 October
  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm (AEST) on Wednesday, 11 October
  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm (AEST) on Tuesday, 17 October
  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm (AEST) on Wednesday, 25 October
  • 7.00pm - 7.30pm (AEST) on Tuesday, 31st October

Fill in the registration form, and you’ll receive a welcome email which includes upcoming Q&A session details. Reply to this email with your preferred Q&A session to book yourself in.

We look forward to having you!

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