➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
United Kingdom: Extend Staying Put foster care initiative to age 25, urges charity
Children & Young People Now – June 07, 2017
Under the Staying Put policy, which was made law through the Children and Families Act 2014, councils have a duty to support looked-after children who want to remain with their foster carer until they are 21. But an election manifesto put together by The Adolescent and Children’s Trust (Tact), based on interviews with children and young people, has called on the next government to extend the entitlement up to the age of 25 in order to improve placement stability.