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Fostering is open to a wide variety of people. Who can foster in Western Australia (WA) is down to your ability to provide a safe and stable home for children and young people, regardless of whether you’re male or female, single or in a couple and of any race or ethnicity or sexual orientation.
We need people who can foster children of all ages, particularly children aged 10 and above. Ideally, we are seeking people who have experience with foster care, child care or working with children with behavioural difficulties or disabilities, although this is not essential.
Some restrictions apply to who can foster with Key Assets. For instance, we ask that:
To find out more about the above and who can foster with Key Assets, call us today on 1800 932 273 or enquire online.
Consider the following checklist to find out more about the type of person who can foster children and young people with complex needs or difficult behaviours.
Do you think you could be the type of person who can foster? If you think you have the skills and you want to become a foster carer with Key Assets, call us today on 1800 932 273 or enquire online.