Anti-discriminatory practice

We believe we have a duty and responsibility to counter discrimination. We believe in people’s right to respect in relation to their age, disability, ethnicity, gender, health, religious beliefs and sexuality.

We aim to provide:

  • polite, courteous, positive and encouraging responses to all enquiries
  • relevant information to the public
  • a process that will seek to include rather than exclude potential foster carers and take full account of people’s individuality, differences and life experiences
  • a balanced decision about how applicants can best meet the needs of children and young people

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