Home insurance for foster carers
We take foster children into account as if they were your own
We know that you treat your foster children as a part of the family. That’s why we make it as easy as possible for foster carers to gain home insurance. Unlike many other insurers, we don’t single you out with hard questions. At HomeProtect:
- Foster children count as family members.
- Foster care is not considered a home business.
- Unless foster care is your primary occupation, you don’t need to declare it.
That means that all your foster children and their possessions can be included under your home insurance policy, just as they should be. We can provide a quote even if you are fostering in the short-term.
Protecting the whole family
If you are sharing your home by fostering children, then it’s important to make sure that someone is also supporting you, protecting your home and your belongings. HomeProtect can offer competitive online quotes for foster parent home insurance in just a few clicks.
Making sense of finances
Foster carers often receive a weekly allowance to support childcare. This can raise questions about whether fostering is classed as an occupation. But when it comes to getting foster care home insurance from us, this is not classed as working from home.
If you do also run a business from home, however, then we can still provide a quote that is tailored to meet your needs.