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    New guidance for members on the use of NMS published

    CoramBAAF has published a briefing note clarifying the use of National Minimum Standards (NMS) in England as a benchmark for deciding on the suitability of foster carers including kinship foster carers

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    Deal of the month

    Buy 'Dealing with Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder' and 'Parenting a child affected by parental substance misuse' together for just £14 this June.

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    Interview with author Alison Rennie Parkinson

    Co-author of 'The Adopter's Handbook on Education (Scotland)', Alison Rennie Parkinson has spent most of her professional life in adult education but it was navigating the education system for her adopted twins that led her to join Adoption UK in Scotland and go on to support other parents going through the same experiences.

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workshop

Assessing adult relationships

22 Jun 2021 | ONLINE

The purpose of this open course is to give participants an opportunity to consider what good practice in assessing adult relationships is, exploring their own values and assumptions and to consider the importance of attachment styles; motivation; sex and sexuality; and loss and infertility.

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Connected Persons and Special Guardianship Orders

1 Jul 2021 | ONLINE

This open course will be an opportunity to explore personal and professional values and thresholds in respect of assessing connected persons, including tools to assist in assessing the child’s and the Connected Persons’ continued relationship with the birth parents and any possible risks posed to the child and carer and how these can be managed.

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