Pathway Care Wales
Pathway Care Wales is very pleased to announce that following a recent Quality Performance Assessment by the Wales Local Authorities it has achieved Tier 1 status on the Foster Care Framework.
Pathway Care Wales has vacancies for foster carers for both mainstream fostering and specialist in the following Local Authority areas:
Rhondda Cynon Taff, Cardiff, Caerphilly, Merthyr Tydfil, Bridgend and The Vale, Torfaen, Newport, Monmouthshire, Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot and Ceredigion.
The next Open Day in the South East Wales region is on Thursday 16th January at the Cardiff Office. Please feel free to drop in any time between 9.30am and 5pm to find out more about Fostering with Pathway Care and to get answers to any questions you may have.
We are also looking for carers who may be interested in our Parenting Services. We provide high quality parenting services that offer a credible alternative to residential parenting assessment or simple holding placements. Each service offers a degree of flexibility to deal with the dynamics of changing situations and need. We offer standard parent and child placements which provide a nurturing, safe and supportive environment that assists the young parent in making the transition to caring for a vulnerable baby, an enhanced placement where a contribution is made by the carers to the assessment process or a full Parenting Assessment Placement. Please contact us for further information on the service delivered in Wales.
Sharon Cavaliere - Regional Service Manager for Wales
Cardiff Office:10 Village WayTongwynlaisCardiff CF15 7NE
Swansea Office:148 St Helens RoadSwanseaSA1 4DF
Carmarthen Office:1st FloorTy MyrddinOld Station RoadCarmarthenSA31 1LP
Welcome to Pathway Care Wales.
Pathway Care has three offices in Wales, in Cardiff, Carmarthen and Swansea. Pathway Care Wales supports over 250 foster carers to look after over 350 children.
In Wales, Pathway Care has an enviable reputation as a provider of quality foster care placements and excellent support for its carers and this is reflected in our Tier 1 status with the Wales Local Authorities.
A critical part of the role of Regional Service Manager Wales is ensuring that Pathway Care continues to deliver a very high level of service. Fostering requires dedication and commitment from carers, and Foster Carers working for Pathway Care can expect the same level of support and dedication from our staff teams in Wales.
If you would like to take up the challenge of fostering, and would like to join a professional and committed company then we would be very pleased to hear from you.
Our next scheduled Open day at the Cardiff Office is:
Thursday 16th January 2014
Please find below a link to our Foster Carer Charter