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We offer employment opportunities for candidates experienced in providing quality care to children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities, complex medical and behavioural needs.
Now hiring for all positions: DSW, PSW, CYW, experience working with children and youth with autism and other relevant experience.
We’d like to hear from you! Send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are hiring student interns for all of our programs! Are you looking for a fabulous opportunity to enrich the lives of others? Are you a student in DSW child and youth worker, nursing, social work or other program at university or college? Are you a student who has experience working with developmentally disabled people? If so, we are looking for amazing students like you! Applying for Internship Positions? Please send resume to email@example.com
They say it takes a village. We have that village.
~ Meredith Grey, Grey’s Anatomy
Our family has fostered with Partners In Parenting for almost ten years. Their heart for children in care is evident. In fact, the founders of Partners In Parenting began as foster parents.
The organization has never lost that desire to provide a successful fostering experience for both the child and foster family. As a Partners’ foster family, we benefit from 24 hour/7 days a week support. The on-call system ensures that you can talk with a person rather than a machine whenever help is needed.
With this level of support, we are able to confidently provide the love and care of a family for children in care.
~ Mary Ruth
We applied to become foster parents with Partners in Parenting in 1998. We chose Partners in Parenting because it is a small, caring organization that is committed to providing compassionate care to foster children.
The organization is unique in providing each family with a Foster Family Supervisor who provides guidance on the many new experiences and challenges in fostering. Foster parents are provided with ongoing training with respect to mental health issues, physical and sexual abuse and the many special needs that affect the children who come into care.
As Partners in Parenting foster parents, we work with a wide range of professionals who are committed to foster children. Through this organization, we have developed close friendships with other foster parents whom we have met through monthly meetings and foster family activities.
Fostering is a life changing experience and Partners in Parenting and its foster parents are an amazing group to work with and who understand the calling of a foster parent.
~ Bonnie & Claude