Publications and Resources

Publications - Signposts

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Income tax and national insurance 2017/18

2008 - Income tax and national insurance 2017/18

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.

Provides foster carers with information about how the qualifying care relief scheme for income tax works, how to calculate their tax threshold and complete a tax return if they need to, how fostering affects national insurance contributions, and what happens if a young person stays on after their 18th birthday

A5
2017-18 version

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Insurance

2011 - Insurance

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.

Provides foster carers with information about insurance cover, what their legal responsibilities are, and what cover is provided by their fostering service.

A5
2014

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Benefits 2017/18

2169 - Benefits 2017/18

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.

Provides foster carers with information about some of the benefits they may be able to claim, how to claim, and the special rules that apply to foster carers.


A5
2017-18 version

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Allegations

2062 - Allegations

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.

Provides foster carers with information about what allegations are and why they may be made, suggestions of good practice to minimise the risk of an allegation, and advice about what to do if an allegation is made.

A5
2014

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Record keeping

2162 - Record keeping

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.

Provides foster carers with information to understand the record keeping process fully, including; why foster carers should record information, what information should be recorded, and how to do this.

A5
2014

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Working with social workers

2012 - Working with social workers

Signposts in Fostering are a series of information booklets giving both new and experienced foster carers information on crucial areas of foster care.

Simple and concise, each Signpost gives key information in an accessible format.


Provides foster carers with information about working with the social worker, and considers the how foster carers can work with social workers to deliver the best care for fostered children.

A5
2014

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (Printed)

2173 - Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (Printed)

In response to requests from fostering services and foster carers for information and advice, The Fostering Network has worked with the Department for Education and the Refugee Council to develop a new guide for foster carers for supporting unaccompanied asylum seeking children.

This guide is part of our popular Signpost series and provides up to date information about the asylum process for children and young people, as well as links to the support services available. Included is:
- an easy to understand flow chart of the asylum process;
- a breakdown of each stage of the asylum process and what foster carers need and can do at each stage; and
- general areas that foster carers need to consider
This guide is available as an eBook on Kindle and other smart devices. Print copies can be available on request.

A5
2016

This book is also available as an e-book here

Member £2.00 / Non-member £4.00

Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children E-book

2171 - Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children E-book

In response to requests from fostering services and foster carers for information and advice, The Fostering Network has worked with the Department for Education and the Refugee Council to develop a new guide for foster carers for supporting unaccompanied asylum seeking children.

This guide is part of our popular Signpost series and provides up to date information about the asylum process for children and young people, as well as links to the support services available. Included is:
- an easy to understand flow chart of the asylum process;
- a breakdown of each stage of the asylum process and what foster carers need and can do at each stage; and
- general areas that foster carers need to consider
This guide is available as an eBook on Kindle and other smart devices. Print copies can be available on request.

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This book is also available as a printed publication here

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