Urgent care needed for Ben and Max

Family Spirit are urgently seeking a carer for 14-year-old twin boys *Ben and Max so they can remain living together.

Like most 14-year old boys they enjoy video games, but are also quite active and enjoy camping, skateboarding and other sports. They are engaged at school and both benefit from the supported learning class they attend due to their intellectual disability.

Ben and Max need a caring home, a stable environment and role models to help them feel safe and secure. They interact well with other children, enjoy family time and need to remain in contact with their natural family, particularly their sisters to whom they have a close bond.

Ben and Max are also keen to learn more about their cultural background so we would be looking for a carer who would be interested in exploring this with them.

A long-term solution would be great for Ben and Max, but if you know anyone that could help out even in the short term, we would love to hear from them.

No experience is necessary, and age is no barrier, all that is required is a safe home and a commitment to providing the care and support they both need.

If you know someone who could help Ben and Max please share. For further information contact us or call our team on 13 18 19.
*name changed to protect privacy and model used in image

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