Appeal for foster carers in Torbay
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Foster carers are needed 'more than ever' in Torbay during the coronavirus pandemic.
That's the message from Torbay Council for Foster Care Fortnight, which runs from May 11 to 24.
A council spokesman said: 'With peer support groups, friendships with other foster carers, support from Torbay's fostering team, child psychologists and more – you're never on your own when you join Torbay's fostering family.'
The council recently agreed to increase the weekly fee for foster carers up to £538.
Nancy Meehan, director of children's services in Torbay, said: 'There are currently 367 looked-after children in Torbay and 79 fostering households – the country may be on lockdown but we still need good homes for local children.
'If you are interested, call our fostering team on 01803 207845 or email email@example.com'
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