Alex White, Herald Sun
Hundreds of foster children in Victoria could potentionally remain in care until they turn 21, with the state government pledging support for a crossbencers push to increase age of care from 18.
Foster care could be extended from 18 to 21 years in Victoria with the state government pledging support in principle for the idea.
Reason MP Fiona Patten has put a private members Bill to the upper house to extend the age of care, which will directly benefit hundreds of children who are financially cut off on their 18th birthday…
Ms Patten welcomed the support for the change.
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