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I don’t live in a big house - can I foster?


We welcome applications from people who are homeowners or renting, whatever the size of your house. The one requirement we do have, however, is a spare bedroom so that the child or young person has some space and privacy.


The only exception is if you are fostering a baby as they would usually share a room with a foster carer.


Around half of children in care have at least one brother or sister who we aim to keep together. They may be able to share a room with their sibling, but not with other children in the household.


Would you like to learn more about fostering in Solihull? Download an information guide or book a call back with one of our friendly team today.




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