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We’re a non-government, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing safe and secure homes for children and young people in need of foster care in Tasmania. Our focus is on providing all the guidance and support required to maintain a positive, nurturing environment for foster parents and those in their care.
Call us and talk to one of our advisors or complete our online enquiry form.
Providing foster care is a challenging and rewarding experience. It gives you a chance to have a positive influence for a someone under the age of 18 who is in need of care. Our carers in Tasmania vary as much as the children in our care; the most important thing is that they share our values and have a passion for helping others. Find out more about our foster parents and how you could become a part of our program.Tasmania Fostering
We value the incredible work our carers do. Without them, we would not be able to make a difference in so many lives. We recognise how important it is to provide ongoing support to foster parents as they care for a young person, ensuring all involved have access to the services they need. Our team is driven by strong values and will do absolutely anything to assist both those in care and those who provide the care.Support for Foster Carers
We put a lot of passion into what we do, and are continually inspired the outstanding work of our foster carers each and every day. Our aim is to lead by example, work together and keep the child’s wellbeing firmly in focus from the very beginning. In Tasmania, Key Assets specialise in assisting sibling groups, ensuring that brothers and sisters remain together in care.About Key Asssets
Whether you are considering getting involved or just have a quick enquiry about our fostering services, we are always on hand to help. Call us directly or enquire online and we will provide you with any information you need.Get in Touch
Have a read through some of our carer stories to gain a better understanding of what it’s really like being a foster carer with us.
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