A partnership between Lancaster University, Kinship and CoramBAAF sees the launch of a new suite of online resources to promote the development of support services for special guardians.
The #YOUCANADOPT campaign encourages more people to step forward to adopt more than one child.
A free webinar is being held to share initial findings from a study on how services for separated migrant children have been impacted by the pandemic.
CoramBAAF are working with other stakeholders to promote and support the implementation of the Best Practice Guidance published by the Public Law Working Group in June 2020. We have a role to play in supporting and disseminating good practice on behalf of our members. This article highlights the work of the Sussex Family Justice Board and the Quality Circle initiative.
Medical Reports Adoption and Fostering: Joint statement published by Royal College GPs and British Medical Association
CoramBAAF would like to alert members to the statement released by the Royal College GPs and British Medical Association.
Monday 15th March saw the launch of a new film and an agenda-setting webinar to bring together sector leaders to focus on special guardianship.
Over the next few months, we will be consulting and discussing with members about the key issues raised by The Independent Review of Children's Social Care. We will do this primarily through our forums, groups and committees but we are also gathering comments in writing.
CoramBAAF submits its case for maintaining the act in its current form and encourages members to respond before the deadline.
CoramBAAF proud to endorse submission to Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry ‘Children in poverty: Measurement and targets’
The Kinship Care Alliance has today made its submission to the Work and Pensions Select Committee inquiry ‘Children in poverty: Measurement and targets’.
Louise Sims, CoramBAAF’s Kinship Care and Fostering Consultant, looks back on an event which explored how personal objects can facilitate life story work.