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How Fostering Can Benefit a Young Person

>> Oct 25, 2016



The thought of fostering isn’t very appealing to most people. The reasons for this often differ between it being down to the commitment required to look after another child or the fact it might be an older teenager who is harder to control. However, the rewards of taking a young person who is in this situation and being able to care for them and giving them the chance to become a member of your loving family can be considerably better than the possible issues.

 

Boost Their Self-Esteem


A young person who has been out into foster care is likely to have gone through a lot of issues in their life. This could have started from a young age by them having problems with abuse and neglect. This would mean that they wouldn’t have had a very strong relationship and by becoming their foster parent you will be able to give the young person an opportunity to build one. Additionally, by them having a constant parent in their life who they can talk to and trust can improve their happiness greatly.
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Long-Term Effect


The next point is the effect being a foster parent can have on a young person in the long-term. Typically, when the young person comes to live with you it may only be on a temporary basis or it could be a few years until they are 18 and no longer need to be in care. They will likely spend a lot of time with their foster parents within this time and by them having opportunity to spend time with a parental figure, a bond will be built through the life advice which is given. This type of relationship often has a long-term effect with a foster child because trust will be built and lessons will be learnt that will be used later on in their life.

Improve Their Education


If a young person has been with a foster agency or has been living in difficult conditions for large parts of their life, it is very possible that their education would have been hindered. It is of course very important for all young people to go to school and pass all the required subjects. By choosing to foster a young person, you can give them the opportunity to have a routine in their life, where going to school can be the priority.This can also allow them to reach their potential to become the next big sports star or a big immigration lawyer in London.

 

To Sum Up


Whether you’re choosing to foster a child in Liverpool or a child from America it is a decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly. There are obvious reasons why you may not want to make this big change to your life, but consider what this change could be like for a young person. Not only will it have an affect straight away, but you could set a person up for life, and there are very few things that are more rewarding than that.

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