Commissioning: Foster care relative costs


Children’s services commissioners need to take into account the relative costs of in-council foster placements, says Andrew Rome.

Councils must recognise the costs involved in fostering. Picture: zinkevych/Adobe Stock
Councils must recognise the costs involved in fostering. Picture: zinkevych/Adobe Stock

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