long-term foster care

Definition of "long-term foster care"
  1. The strategic placement of a child in a foster home for an extended period, seen as a viable option when adoption or family-based solutions are not possible
How to use "long-term foster care" in a sentence
  1. John was placed into long-term foster care after his parents were deemed unfit.
  2. Due to lack of adoptive homes, social services had to consider long-term foster care for the siblings.
  3. A long-term foster care placement was arranged for Lily, after exploring all other alternatives.

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