Irish Foster Care Association - Useful Links

By: Irish Foster Care Association  05/12/2011
Keywords: Care Association

Here are some third party sites with information which we think you might find useful, however as we do not control the information on these sites, any information received from these third party sites do not necessarily represent the views or policies of the Irish Foster Care Association.  

Families with Children in Care 

A guide for families with children in care has been compiled by advocacy workers from Limerick, Clare and North Tipperary with valued input from parents who have children in care and from the HSE staff from these areas. More details are available from the Family Advocacy Service.
Tel: 061 314111

Keywords: Care Association

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Irish Foster Care Association - Services

The provision of foster care is complex and emotionally demanding.IFCA offers a professional and independent advocacy service providing information and support to foster families when difficulties arise. An independent and confidential support service for foster carers against whom an allegation is made. Fostering Advocacy and Mediation Service. A national spokesperson on foster care.


Irish Foster Care Association - Membership of IFCA

The persons to exercise this right shall be over eighteen years of age, nominated by the family and be placed on a register of voters at time of joining or renewal of membership of the Company. By your membership of the IFCA, you are joining others interested in working for the best interests of children in care. A Family membership is open to any family group, one of whom shall be over eighteen, who have paid their subscription.


Irish Foster Care Association - Legal Expenses Insurance Scheme

This policy is designed to give cover for legal expenses in the event of an allegation being made against foster/relative carers or members of their family permanently residing within the household. The insurance is renewable on 1st November each year and any premium paid mid-term will not be on a pro-rata basis. Claims made for an alleged incident taking place while the policy is active can be made at any subsequent date.