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    CoramBAAF's Louise Sims reflects on the Kinship and Story work webinar

    Louise Sims, CoramBAAF’s Kinship Care and Fostering Consultant, looks back on an event which explored how personal objects can facilitate life story work.

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    Four Decades of Adoption and Fostering

    Children and Young People Now have published a series of articles celebrating CoramBAAF's achievements over the last 40 years. With contributions from key figures it also highlights priorities for the coming year.

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    CoramBAAF 40th Anniversary Reception - What do we want from the Children’s Care Review?

    We celebrated our 40th anniversary on 14th December 2020 with an online reception attended by over 240 people. An inspiring panel of speakers explored the kind of care review that is needed in order to achieve longstanding positive change that delivers the best outcomes for children.

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Panel administrators: their role and responsibilities for fostering and permanency panels

26 January 2021

This open course will enable adoption and fostering panel administrators to examine related legislation and share best practice though group discussion and practice application.

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Promoting the identity of children and young people in care

28 January 2021

This open course is for social workers, foster carers and others who help and support children and young people to understand their heritage and develop their personal, social and cultural identity. It looks at how trauma can impact the child’s view of themselves and how to encourage and at how to support the child to develop resilience.

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