Adoptive families and children are set to benefit from a multi-million pound investment into therapeutic support aimed at helping them overcome past trauma.
Members of the Western Australia Parliament visit Coram to discuss child safety and child sexual abuse
Representatives from the government in Western Australia visited Coram to discuss detailed wok to establish a robust set of child safety standards.
Kinship Care Week is a special chance to recognise the vital contribution made by relatives, often grandparents, and others who care for children who cannot live with their birth families. However, this care is often provided at great personal cost to the adults involved, and they deserve much more support than they are currently getting.
The latest special edition of Adoption & Fostering encourages greater understanding of the neurobiological sciences and how they are used to inform family policy and practice.
Anna Freud Centre receives £850,000 from the National Lottery to fund UK Trauma Council supporting children and young people
It has been announced that children’s mental health charity the Anna Freud Centre has been awarded £850,000 in National Lottery funding to help improve how sectors and communities understand and respond to the impact of trauma on children.
Our three adopter books The adopter’s handbook, The adopter’s handbook on education and The adopter’s handbook on therapy are now all just £10 each for the whole of October!
The Alliance is a coalition of groups and individuals from across the UK who are united together for positive social change for those affected by Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
Dr John Simmonds urges local authorities and social workers to respond to consultation on family court crisis
A crucial consultation on children cases in the family court closes at the end of September. Have your say to ensure changes are evidence- and experience-led
CoramBAAF and the Rees Centre at the University of Oxford receives a group of Dutch professionals to discuss the fostering system in England.