Foster parent Hayley Woods will lose around £80 per month under the government's controversial 'bedroom tax' plans.
Mrs Woods moved from a two bedroom house into a three bedroom house to enable her to take care of more foster children. She said the plans will mean no one "in their right mind" would become a foster carer to multiple children.
A disabled woman and her partner have written to a minister urging a rethink on plans to cut benefits for tenants deemed to have spare rooms
The benefit cut for social housing tenants will put 'unbearable' pressure on families with a disabled child.
Bedrooms in some foster homes will be classified as vacant, but the government insists funding for foster carers will be protected.