'Significant cultural change needed' to recruit disabled foster carers

Joe Lepper
Thursday, October 8, 2020

Campaigners have called for "significant cultural change" in recruiting disabled foster carers after research revealed prejudices may prevent them from taking up the role.

Disabled foster carers described being made to feel like 'they had got something wrong'. Picture: Adobe Stock
Disabled foster carers described being made to feel like 'they had got something wrong'. Picture: Adobe Stock

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