Court rulings strike at the heart of UK’s foster carer network, warns Glasgow social work chief

The Herald | Barnardos

Martin Crewe, director of Barnardo’s Scotland, said treating foster carers as employees could fundamentally alter the relationship with young people in their care. “We believe it’s important that these children should be part of a family unit where they are cared for as a member of that family, rather than by an ‘employee’,” he said.

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