Online fostering information session

30th July 2020, 2:29pm | By Helen Lau | Event Date : 20200809

Join us for this online fostering information session with Wiltshire Council. The session will start with an introduction to fostering presentation, followed by a live Q&A session with a member of the fostering team. There will also be a live interview with a foster carer, which will help to give you an idea of what being a foster carer is like in real life.

Click this link at the specified time to join the event https://join-emea.broadcast.skype.com/wiltshire.gov.uk/d5f46a97005b48b99851953af4a88058

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