Cultural respect is
- making an effort to understand another person’s experience of being in the world
- addressing potential barriers to relationship building
- valuing and respecting cultural differences
- promoting respect among members of different cultures
- upholding the legitimate cultural rights, practices, values, and expectations of children in care
- supporting individual children in care to maintain, protect, and develop their culture and to respect the culture of others
Want to become a carer?
To become a foster carer your ability to care and nurture a child is what really matters.
To learn more, visit the LWB foster care website