Views sought on state of foster care

Derren Hayes
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The government has launched a review of foster care in England to build a comprehensive picture of what the fostering system looks like and how it can be improved.

The NAFP said the practice of councils favouring in-house foster care placements is causing children unnecessary disruption. Picture: Paul Carter
The NAFP said the practice of councils favouring in-house foster care placements is causing children unnecessary disruption. Picture: Paul Carter

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