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Rainbow fostering services is a company that works hard to meet the need of children like yourself. The people who work for Rainbow, make sure that you will be well-cared for by foster parents when you can not live with your family.<br>
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Someone is always in charge at Rainbow. There are also others helping the person in charge, who will visit your foster family and talk with them about how they can care for you, to make sure they do it properly. We also have someone who makes sure that we write things down so that everyone knows exactly what they have to do. We help foster parents to learn how to look after you and they learn lots of new things. This is just like you when you go to school and learn lots of new things.
Sometimes children go to live with foster families when they cannot live with their own families. There are lots of reasons for this. It could mean that you will stay with your foster family for a short or long time. Many children are fostered, just like you. Sometimes being fostered is also called 'going into care' or being 'looked after'. If you want to understand more about it while you are living with your foster family, ask them to talk with you about it'
Tell me again - how will Rainbow help me if something goes wrong when I am with my foster family? What do I do if I am not happy there?
Put their telephone numbers here, so that they are in a safe place and you know how to contact them. • On 0300 123 1231 (Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 6.00pm). • Email at firstname.lastname@example.org • Write to: Ofsted Piccadilly Gate Store Street Manchester M1 2WD If you wish to tell someone else, you can contact OFSTED, or ask someone to help you do this.
Reviews are meetings that are held by social workers to plan for your future. As it is your meeting, you should attend because these meetings are in your best interest. However, some young people find it difficult to talk when there are many adults at a review. If this is how you feel, then you can tell your foster carer about your views and ask for these to be discussed at the meeting. If you attend your review you should be given an opportunity to say how you feel and give your agreement to plans that are made about you. The best way to prepare for your review is to talk to your foster carer before the day of your review and to think about what you want to say at the meeting. You can write down on the review form what is important to you, so that everyone at the meeting is aware. You can also contact the Independent Reviewing Office (IRO) who has responsibility for chairing your review meeting. You can ask your social worker or foster carer for their contact details and write it down here : ____________________________________________ You can also make a complaint to the Children's Commissioner by writing to: Children's Commissioner for England 20 Great Smith Street Sanctuary Building London SW1P 3BT Tel: 020 7783 8330 Email: email@example.com
0800 1111 http://www.childline.org.uk • On 0300 123 3155 (Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 6.00pm). • Email at firstname.lastname@example.org • Write to: Ofsted Piccadilly Gate Store Street Manchester M1 2WD If you wish to tell someone else, you can contact OFSTED, or ask someone to help you do this.
Rainbow FOSTERING caring for brig'1f futures Rainbow Fostering Services Limited 10 Churchill Court 58 Station Road North Harrow Middlesex HA2 75A Telephone: 020 8427 3355 Fax: 0844 358 3013 Email: email@example.com Web: www.rainbowfostering.co.uk