Children in foster care worry more about family life, report finds

Emily Harle
Monday, January 23, 2023

Children in foster care are more likely to be concerned about their family life than other children, a report has found.

Children in foster care are generally less happy with their family life than other children, report finds. Picture: Freeograph/Adobe Stock
Children in foster care are generally less happy with their family life than other children, report finds. Picture: Freeograph/Adobe Stock

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