Kinship care definition

Kinship care means the full-time care, nurturing, and protection of children by relatives.
Kinship care means full-time care of a child by a kinship relation;
Kinship care means care of a child by a member of the child’s family or extended family as contemplated in section 123;

Examples of Kinship care in a sentence

  • In addition, there is an overspend in Kinship, Care Leaver/Homelessness placements and Direct Assistance of £0.400m.


More Definitions of Kinship care

Kinship care means full-time care of a child by a
Kinship care means the placement of a child in the home of the child's relative or in the home of another adult with whom the child or the child's parent already has a close emotional attachment.
Kinship care means that the care and supervision of a foster child in a foster home is provided by a relative or an individual who has a significant relationship with the child.
Kinship care means the care of a child by a relative or suitable person, providing full-time nurturing and protection of children by relatives, members of their tribes or clans, godparents, stepparents, or other adults who have a kinship or family-like bond with the child (often referred to as “fictive kin”).
Kinship care means the full-time care, nurturing, and protection of children by relatives. Notwithstanding any provision of Policy 4030 (School Admission), Regulation 4030-R (Enrollment Procedures), or Regulation 4040-R (Waiver for Student to Attend Other than Home School) to the contrary, a student receiving temporary kinship care – as defined in the Code of Virginia, 1950, as amended, § 63.2-100 and herein – from an adult relative who resides in Chesterfield County may enroll in the school in the attendance area where the kinship care provider resides, provided that one or both legal parents and the kinship care provider submit signed and notarized affidavits
Kinship care means the program under s. 48.57 (3m), Stats.
Kinship care means care provided by a resource family parent or applicant who is: