Lack of kinship support ‘risks more children going into care’

Neil Puffett
Monday, October 5, 2020

The number of children being taken into care could rise further due to a lack of support for wider family or friends to look after them, a charity has warned.

The majority of kinship carers say lockdown exacerbated their issues. Picture: Adobe Stock
The majority of kinship carers say lockdown exacerbated their issues. Picture: Adobe Stock

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