Derbyshire foster carers needed urgently for refugee children
People who could give a refugee child a loving home are needed urgently as Derbyshire makes preparations to receive up to 97 asylum-seeking youngsters.
The unaccompanied children are expected to come from Syria, Afghanistan and Eritrea and foster carers who give them a home could receive an allowance of up to £641.04 a week.
Each child will be judged according to their needs, abilities and circumstances and payments will be based on the Derbyshire County Council sliding scale of allowances, which starts at £133.66 a week caring for a baby, and will be higher according to the complexity of a... read more
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