San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Living With Strangers Taster
For Independent Fostering Agency Managers
(£150 worth of training, for just £15)
Based on films of adult reflections on care experience - and supplimented by learning exercises designed to develop empathy and understanding, Living With Strangers is the definitive training resource for developing care understanding.
A bite-sized sample of our learning resource which will allow you, your staff and carers to gain a deeper understanding of children in care, and adults with care experience
* Facilitated by paid Care-Experienced professionals
*10% Discount on Living With Strangers
The taster day will be a part of a peer review of Living With Strangers. We are offering a full days learning with a networking lunch in return for your valuable feedback on the resource. Your contribution to the event will be included in an independent review of Living With Strangers to be published in FosterTalk Magazine.
Living With Strangers is for anyone working with children, young people, or adults with Care Experience, and The training is facilitated by paid professionals with first-hand Care Experience.
100% of the proceeds from sale of our Living With Strangers resource goes into our
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When & Where
Rees is the product of a merger between the Rees Foundation and the Care Leavers Foundation.
The Rees Foundation was set up to support care leavers from residential or foster care of all ages by providing the support,advice, resources, and assistance (financial or otherwise) that most people could simply turn to family for. We are creating a belonging network for all people who have been in care.The Rees Foundation is a registered charity (1145019) and a charitable company (08216279, England and Wales).
The Care Leavers' Foundation (1081410) provides much needed help to care leavers. This 'invisible minority' of young adults have survived turbulent childhoods, suffering abuse or neglect within their own families, often finding the 'care system' which is designed to protect them a cold and uncertain place to grow up.