Children's care providers dispute ‘harmful’ profiteering rhetoric

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, January 31, 2023

After critical reports, trust must be rebuilt between local authorities and private sector care companies to increase placement sufficiency for children and deliver better outcomes, cross-sector experts say.

Denying charges of ‘cherry picking’, providers argue they have a responsibility to match the needs of children to others in their care. Picture: Synthex/Adobe Stock
Denying charges of ‘cherry picking’, providers argue they have a responsibility to match the needs of children to others in their care. Picture: Synthex/Adobe Stock

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