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Maggie thought her age would stop her being able to foster. Now she finds fostering is helping keep her young.
After going into care with his twin brother, Greg knew he wanted to help children in similar positions.
After raising their own children, Nigel and Sarah felt they could offer a stable home to a young person.
Sam volunteers as a residential short breaks helper, at a centre for young disabled people.
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Sue and Howard really wanted to help children less fortunate than their own, and being a bit older didn’t stop them.
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Nicholas and Anne saw the opportunity to help when their three children left home.
Julie gave up her job to foster, and with the costs covered she has financial peace of mind.
Shirley and Niall started to foster after their own children left home. So far they have helped more than five children.
Tracy and Jenny had always wanted to help. They became the first same sex couple to foster in Scotland.
Shelley rents her home, but that's not a problem when it comes to fostering.
Ian shows why male role models in fostering are so crucial.
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