As well as your parents and Supervising Social Worker, speaking to other sons and daughters of foster carers can be very helpful. A ‘support group’ is when you can get together with other people in foster families on the island and talk about your experiences. You’ll also probably get to do some activities. This can be a really useful way of talking about what’s going on with other people who understand because they have experienced the same things. They may even be able to give you some advice on how to deal with it.