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FOSTERING HOUSEHOLDS &
CARERS
(Data taken from ‘Gov’ report published in
February 2017)
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FOSTERING HOUSEHOLDS: Key Statistics
➢ There were 44,320 approved fostering households on 31 March
2016, a small decrease ...
Types of Fostering Placements
➢ Over half of all long-term fostering households active at 31 March 2016 were
providing sho...
Capacity of Long-Term Fostering Households (March
2016), by Sector
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Fostering Places in England: OCCUPANCY
➢ As at 31 March 2016, 61% of fostering places were filled and 23% were
vacant. The...
Occupancy by Sector (March 2016)
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Fostering Households & Carers: Key Findings from of March 2016

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Data collated from a 'Gov' report, published in February 2017 (based on key findings from March 2016).

A look at fostering households in England, and the type of fostering placements being offered (i.e, long-term, short-term, 'holiday stays).

We have also included a brief overview of the general capacity and occupancy of fostering households in England through graphs and charts.

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Fostering Households & Carers: Key Findings from of March 2016

  1. 1. FOSTERING HOUSEHOLDS & CARERS (Data taken from ‘Gov’ report published in February 2017) Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  2. 2. FOSTERING HOUSEHOLDS: Key Statistics ➢ There were 44,320 approved fostering households on 31 March 2016, a small decrease of less than 1% from the previous year (44,625) ➢ The number of family and friends households later rose to 4,665 on 31 March 2016, an increase of 13% (4,145) from 2015. ➢ As at 31 March 2016 there were 1,850 households who exclusively provided short breaks, a decrease of 8% from 2,000 in 2015. Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  3. 3. Types of Fostering Placements ➢ Over half of all long-term fostering households active at 31 March 2016 were providing short-term care as their primary designation and over two fifths were offering either permanent or long term placements.. ➢ 390 long-term fostering households were also providing short breaks as a primary placement offer. ➢ Two thirds of long-term fostering household offering short term placements as a primary offer (12,555), were in the LA sector. ➢ 47% of all IFA long-term households offered permanent or long term placements, in comparison with 38% of LA households. ➢ Three quarters of long-term households (415 households) which provided multi-dimensional treatment placements as a primary offer, were in the IFA sector. Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  4. 4. Capacity of Long-Term Fostering Households (March 2016), by Sector Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  5. 5. Fostering Places in England: OCCUPANCY ➢ As at 31 March 2016, 61% of fostering places were filled and 23% were vacant. The remainder were not available. ➢ The percentage of places that were filled decreased from 64% in 2015 to 61% in 2016. The change was similar in both sectors (see chart on next slide). ➢ There were more vacancies in 2016 (19,480), than in the previous two years Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  6. 6. Occupancy by Sector (March 2016) Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk
  7. 7. Everything starts with a conversation, so let’s talk: Safaraz Ali www.safaraz.co.uk Linkedin: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/safaraz Twitter Handle: @SafarazAli Tel: 0121 707 0550 Copyright © 2017 TCI Pathway www.tcipathway.co.uk

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