Aunty Elaine is a Wemba-Wemba Bunurong woman and foster grandmother. Find out why she believes it’s so important that Aboriginal people foster Aboriginal Children.
Sue-Anne is a respite carer, young professional, single mother and proud Wurundjeri woman. Hear how she makes foster care work for her!
Andrew is a single dad to two wonderful teenage boys, both through foster care. Just like all families, they have their challenges, but Andrew's practical, laid-back and mindset the support...
Wendy and Steve provide foster care for children and young people on short-term, long-term and respite placements.
Jade and Bob weren't ready for kids of their own, but they love children and wanted to give kids in care the opportunity to have a safe, loving home until...
Katrina cares for teenagers in her property in rural Victoria. The space and quiet gives the young people peace and rest - and the horses give them a friend to...
Fostering children is not just about providing food and shelter. It’s also about providing emotional, physical and cultural care.
When Malcolm and Michelle decided to become foster carers, it was because they love being around children.
Deciding to become a foster carer can seem daunting. But it doesn’t have to be. There are many different ways to foster children.
There is a need for all sorts of foster carers. Single people. Families. Same sex couples. Carers from culturally diverse backgrounds.