Legal Update: Staying put arrangements

Noel Arnold
Monday, May 26, 2014

Noel Arnold, director of legal practice at Coram Children's Legal Centre, discusses changes to the law that give children in care the chance to stay with their foster families until they turn 21.

Local authorities should assess the ability of children in their care to live independently as they transition to adulthood
Local authorities should assess the ability of children in their care to live independently as they transition to adulthood

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