Kinship carers ‘fear financial strain could see children enter care’

Amy Houghton
Monday, July 4, 2022

The majority of kinship carers are struggling to afford household essentials for their children prompting fears that they could enter the care system, new research finds.

The majority of kinship carers say they are struggling to afford basics, according to Kinship. Picture posed by models: Adobe Stock
The majority of kinship carers say they are struggling to afford basics, according to Kinship. Picture posed by models: Adobe Stock

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