Foster carers reconsider role amid cost-of-living crisis

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, August 3, 2022

More than half of foster carers have considered giving up the role due to the rising cost of living, a survey has found.

Foster carers say their allowance does not meet the needs of their child. Picture: Jeanette Teare/Adobe Stock
Foster carers say their allowance does not meet the needs of their child. Picture: Jeanette Teare/Adobe Stock

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