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LEARN EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FOSTER CARE AT OUR FREE, INTERACTIVE ONLINE INFORMATION SESSION - REGISTER NOW!

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FOSTER CARE LIVE WEBINAR INTERACTIVE Q&A INFO SESSION

Could you be a Foster Carer?

Across Tasmania, we urgently need people who are willing and able to offer long-term stable homes, short-term care or weekend respite care for children, teenagers or siblings who are unable to live with their birth family.

We welcome carers who are single or partnered, working or retired, with or without children, from any cultural background, sexuality or religion. To become a Foster Carer, your ability to care for and nurture a child is what really matters.

Some experience with children who have complex needs due to trauma or disability is desirable, but not essential. We provide full training, 24/7 support and financial assistance to help cover the cost of providing care.

If you've ever thought about becoming a Foster Carer to help children and young people in need, but are unsure what it entails, please join our free live webinar to find out exactly what's involved and whether it's the right fit for you.

The information session will cover all the things that matter. We'll explain how you can become a Foster Carer and Katie, one of our experienced local Foster Carers, will also be there to answer any specific questions you have openly and honestly - no matter how big or small!

Register now!

For more info, please call Megan on 0455 084 273 or email megan.bourne@lwb.org.au


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Organiser Life Without Barriers

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Life Without Barriers is a leading not-for-profit, social purpose organisation supporting just over 22,000 people in more than 530 communities across Australia. 

Partnering with people to change lives for the better, Life Without Barriers supports children, young people and families, people with disability and mental illness, seniors, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, refugees and asylum seekers, people who are homeless and others who are vulnerable to social exclusion.

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