In the heart of the Midlands
Swiis Foster Care Midlands was set up in 2002 is largely managed by qualified social workers with a wealth of experience in social care. The professional input is led by the Registered Manager who manages a team of Supervising Social Workers, a Health Advisor, an Education Advisor, Children’s Resource Workers and an experienced Foster Care Administration team.
Duke of Edinburgh Licenced Organisation
Swiis Foster Care is a part of the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme which plays a vital part in raising the aspirations and transforming the lives of our young people.
We currently have five Local Carer Groups based in Birmingham, Stourbridge, Walsall, Staffordshire and Telford/Shrewsbury, giving our new foster carers plenty of opportunity for finding a group close to their home.
These groups are for foster carers to get together and support each other, whether this is just to talk about their experiences of fostering or share transport or childcare for meetings and training. The lead person in each of our Local Carer Groups is called a “buddy” and they are the main contact for the group.
We can adapt to locations and accessibility where necessary for our clients/customers.
We offer foster carer training in our main office in the West Midlands which is a short walk from Five Ways train station. The venue offers free parking and wifi.
Our Telford training facility is in the heart of Telford, approximately 1 mile from the train station, within easy access for anyone living in the Shropshire/Wolverhampton area. This location is adjacent to the shopping centre and offers lots of parking in the area.
Areas Covered Include:
Dudley | Coventry | Birmingham | Walsall | Wolverhampton | Sandwell | Warwickshire | Carmarthenshire | Stoke on Trent | Shropshire | Solihull | Staffordshire | Worcester
The office is also covering cases in Oxfordshire and Camden, and we have carers located in the Bromsgrove and Leicestershire areas.
24 Highfield Road
WHO WORKS HERE
Placement Support Workers
Who works in the Midlands?
Supervising Social Workers
These are the people that offer help and support to our foster carers, meeting periodically to discuss problems, successes and everything in between.
These are the people that offer emotional and practical support to young people, ensuring the safeguarding and smooth running of placement.
The Education workers role is to promote achievement and attainment, continuity of learning and stability in educational placement for children in permanent foster placements.
The Administrators role at Swiis aside from looking after the day-to-day requirements of the office, organizing foster carer reviews and panel administration they act as the first point of contact to our carers and are an integral part of the team in ensuring all our carers are fully supported and very much a part of the Swiis family from the word go.