Three quarters of foster carers leave placements after turning 18, new research shows

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Just a quarter of care leavers remain with their foster carers after turning 18, new research by the Fostering Network shows.

Just a quarter of foster children remain in placements after turning 18, new research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock
Just a quarter of foster children remain in placements after turning 18, new research shows. Picture: Adobe Stock

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