On 28 April, CoramBAAF hosted a panel discussion about the future of care. This felt like a timely opportunity to debate how the “care system” operates for our children as we expect the review of children’s social care will be published soon.
The President of the Family Division has handed down judgement in the latest, and final, instalment of the Somerset case.
Updated information and fee levels for the new financial year.
CoramBAAF supports the recommendations made today by Kinship, in their welcome Out of the Shadows report.
The Competition and Markets Authority have released a report that highlights significant areas of concern within privately owned fostering agencies and providers. Some are not consistently meeting the holistic needs of a child/young person and
high fees hamstring efforts by local authorities to implement the recommendations made.
As the crisis in Ukraine escalates, more people are wondering how they can help families fleeing the country.
This guidance forms key part of supporting much need changes to support families affected by FASD that CoramBAAF and its members have called for.
All members of CoramBAAF receive free access to Adoption & Fostering journal, the only quarterly peer-reviewed journal dedicated to adoption and fostering issues. Now in its 46th volume, the journal is moving online only – find out what's in the next edition and how to easily access it.
CoramBAAF is delighted to support LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week. As the leading membership organisation dedicated to improving outcomes for children and young people in care, we are committed to raising the profile of adoption and fostering to prospective parents who are LGBT+.