The Foster Care Association of WA deliver services to Foster Families
that will enhance their ability to respond to the challenge of fostering.

Phone Support

Call the Foster Care Association for help and advice as required

Meeting Support

Support at various meetings if you would like someone from the Association to attend with you.

Advocacy & Information

Information about foster caring, assistance in accessing appropriate services and individual advocacy to ensure that their issues are addressed.

Books & Articles

Access to Books, Articles, Literature and Videos to provide information to existing and prospective foster families.

Social Activities

Information and access to various social activities run by the Foster Care Association and various other agencies.

Government & Agency Liaison

The Foster Care Association of WA will liaise with government and private agencies about policy and practice issues.

Latest Information

myView App

The Department of Communities, Child Protection & Family Support Division, is proud to introduce its new myView app for young people in care.

The app was developed in collaboration with young people in care and in response to their feedback that this kind of option would provide them with an accessible and effective way to get information, stay safe and communicate with case managers using technology in a safe and friendly environment.  They can also raise worries, concerns or complaints, and there is a My Story section where young people can securely store photos and entries about important events in their lives.

The adults surrounding young people will play a major role in encouraging them to use this new pathway and to speak up about the things that are important to them.  So the support and encouragement of carers, families and community sector organisations is pivotal and will be very much appreciated.

Any queries or concerns can be raised with Judith Garsed, Advocate for Children in Care on 0429 086 508 or at

Bright Tomorrow's App

 A child’s brain is a remarkable little creature… forming over a million neural connections every second they’re actively engaged. Meaningful moments, early and often, build young brains. 

The Bright Tomorrows app gives parents and carers the tools they need to help build and develop their children’s brains and to help them be healthy, happy kids.

Developed by child health experts, the tips or brain building ‘moments’ in the app are tailored to you and your child, easily fitting into your everyday life.

For more information, visit

Download the app by searching for Bright Tomorrows in the App Store or Google Play Store. Personalise the app to your family’s unique needs, try out the moments suggested especially for you and have fun using these moments with your family!



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