This is the second post in our Handy Guide to a Successful First Placement, sharing great advice from our experienced foster carers about important things to do on the first Things to do the First Day with a Foster Child

This is the first post in our Handy Guide to a Successful First Placement, sharing great advice from our experienced foster carers to help you prepare for your first foster How to Prepare for Your First Foster Child

foster teen riding bike

Going for a bike ride has many benefits – it’s a lot of fun, great exercise and helps to build strong bonds in foster families. But like most sports, accidents How to Get Your Child to Wear a Helmet

Self Injury Awareness Day (also known as Self Harm Awareness Day) is a global campaign where people choose to be more open about their own self-harm and awareness organisations make Spot the Signs of Self-Harm in Children & Teenagers

Tammy and her husband started fostering just over a year ago, after having their first child and wanting to give another child the same positive upbringing that their own son Tammy & James’ Fostering Journey

5 Tips to Keep Children Safe Online

Today is Safer Internet Day, a globally recognised day that promotes the safety and wellbeing of children online. The internet is a great thing, providing children with opportunities to learn, 5 Tips to Keep Children Safe Online

We’re celebrating National Storytelling Week by encouraging the children in our care to pick up a book and get reading. To help them find a book they love, we asked Children’s Book Guide | National Storytelling Week 2019

Clifford House have been busy gathering food donations over the festive period to donate to food banks up and down the country, including 50 items for the Basement Project. The basement project supports young Food Bank Appeal Success

We are reaching a rather exciting time as the Christmas holidays are approaching nearer! Even though it Is such a busy time, Christmas can still provide many opportunities for our How You Can Encourage Learning Over Christmas

Christmas is a magical time of year for children, but it can be difficult for many young people in foster care, as the memories and emotions of the past come 6 Ways to Make a Foster Child Feel Special at Christmas

Does your foster child sometimes struggle to regulate their emotions? Do not worry, you’re not alone. Many of the children and young people coming into care suffer from severe emotional How You Can Help Your Child Deal with Their Frustrations and Anger

Last week our Bromsgrove office held a week of fundraising fun to raise money for Children in Need. All keeping in theme with Children in need, the team came up Children in Need 2018