Monday, 28 January 2013

Assessing dogs with foster children.

Always a pleasure to receive positive feedback in my work. Here is a letter I received today from an organisation I have been doing more work with recently. Assessing dogs with regard to its suitability to allow a child in the home carries a good deal of responsibility as you might imagine, but it is rewarding work and as a parent myself something I am passionate about.
Nick Jones completes independent dog assessments for our prospective foster carers where applicants have large or boisterous dogs, or dogs that raise any concerns in regards to their reactions around young people.

Nick is extremely knowledgeable about what an agency requires in regards to report writing and has presented well at the visits he has undertaken for our agency.

The reports received have always been extremely well written and go above and beyond our expectations, ensuring all eventualities are covered well.

Alongside this, Nick has been extremely flexible and has provided all reports in a timely manner.

Jennifer Dear
National Panel Coordinator.
Advanced Foster Care

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