Take Our Quiz

Becoming a foster carer is about values and character more than anything else. LiKa Family Fostering are always on the look out for new foster carers. Take our foster care quiz to see what the foster care requirements are and if you would have what it takes to become a foster carer…

1. How old are you?

Please select 2 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

2. Do you have a spare room?

Correct! Wrong!

3. Are you generally fit and well?

Correct! Wrong!

4. Are you a U.K. resident?

Correct! Wrong!

5. Do you genuinely enjoy children and young people’s company?

Correct! Wrong!

6. Have you ever had a criminal conviction?

Correct! Wrong!

Care Quiz
6 out of 6
Congratulations! You are ready to foster! Click below to speak to a member of our team and start your fostering application today.

5 out of 5
Fantastic! You are one step away from being ready to foster! Please call one of our team members now to discuss how you can change this last area and start your application.

4 out of 4
Great news! You are nearly there! Have a look at the areas listed below that would need to be in place before fostering. Please call one of our team members now to discuss how you might be able to sort these areas and apply to become a foster carer.



1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
3 out of 3
You are half way there! Have a look at the areas listed below that would need to be in place before becoming a foster carer. Please keep in touch by registering for our newsletter now, and call us when your circumstances change.

1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
2 out of 2
This means you have a few more areas you will need in place before applying. Please see answers below. Register for our newsletter now, and contact us when your circumstances change.

1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
1 out of 1
It looks like you might not be ready to foster right now. You can register for our newsletter and contact us when your circumstances change.

1. How old are you?

Please select 2 correct answers

Correct! Wrong!

2. Do you have a spare room?

Correct! Wrong!

3. Are you generally fit and well?

Correct! Wrong!

4. Are you a U.K. resident?

Correct! Wrong!

5. Do you genuinely enjoy children and young people’s company?

Correct! Wrong!

6. Have you ever had a criminal conviction?

Correct! Wrong!

Care Quiz
6 out of 6
Congratulations! You are ready to foster! Click below to speak to a member of our team and start your fostering application today.

5 out of 5
Fantastic! You are one step away from being ready to foster! Please call one of our team members now to discuss how you can change this last area and start your application.

4 out of 4
Great news! You are nearly there! Have a look at the areas listed below that would need to be in place before fostering. Please call one of our team members now to discuss how you might be able to sort these areas and apply to become a foster carer.



1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
3 out of 3
You are half way there! Have a look at the areas listed below that would need to be in place before becoming a foster carer. Please keep in touch by registering for our newsletter now, and call us when your circumstances change.

1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
2 out of 2
This means you have a few more areas you will need in place before applying. Please see answers below. Register for our newsletter now, and contact us when your circumstances change.

1) Great! You must be at least 21 to foster, but there is no upper age limit, however you must be able to care for a child throughout their childhood and perhaps into adulthood.

2) Excellent. You need a spare room to be able to foster as children and young people need their own privacy and space.

3) Great. Fostering can be demanding so you will need to be reasonably fit physically and emotionally. Everyone who applies to be a foster carer will need to have a medical check.

4) Fantastic! You must be a resident in the UK for at least a year to apply to be a foster carer.

5) Fantastic! A foster carer’s role can at times be a challenging one, so foster carers who are fun, curious, pro active, good communicators, determined and supportive will do well within the role.

6) That’s good. You would be unable foster if you or someone in your household has been convicted of certain offences or has been cautioned for criminal offences against children and/or some sexual offences.
1 out of 1
It looks like you might not be ready to foster right now. You can register for our newsletter and contact us when your circumstances change.

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