Adoptive and prospective adoptive parents who have adopted a sibling group, or hope to adopt a sibling group, are being urged to take part in a short survey which will improve the chances of brothers and sisters who have been adopted, or who are waiting to be adopted.
A new joint helpline has been set up in Wales which for the first time will offer support to all parties affected by adoption from across the nation.
Adoption UK marks the start of LGBT Adoption & Fostering Week (6-12 March) by talking to our former helpline adviser Sarah Mills about the realities of being a same-sex adoptive parent.
The University of Salford is looking for families with adopted children aged between 8 and 14, who live in the Greater Manchester area and would be willing to participate in a research study.
A report into Child on Parent Violence (CPV) examines how it impacts upon parents individually and their respective family unit collectively.
Adoption UK is delighted to announce it has been awarded a grant of £18,000 to develop its network of volunteer support in Scotland.
Hugh Thornbery CBE, the chief executive of Adoption UK, has announced that he will be retiring at the end of March.
The existing Fair Access Limit of £5,000 per child for therapy accessed through the Adoption Support Fund (ASF), will continue into the next financial year (2017/18). And a separate amount of up to £2,500 will be offered to children who require a specialist assessment before therapy can begin.
A new on-demand coach service has generously donated almost £800 to Adoption UK.
An adoptive mother to nine children has been awarded an MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) for services to Children and Families, in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.