Fifty-six per cent of children waiting for adoption who attended our Adoption Activity Day during National Adoption Week 2015 are now matched with forever families.
CoramBAAF welcomes adoption law changes but says therapeutic support should be made available to all children in care
CoramBAAF has issued a response to today's government announcement about changes in adoption law and increased funding to improve the life chances of children in waiting in care.
Members views wanted by 20 Jan in response to All Party inquiry into safeguarding of 'absent' children
CoramBAAF is seeking views from members to help inform a response to the All Party Parliamentary Group on Runaway and Missing Children and Adults which has launched an inquiry into how the police, children's services, schools and other professionals safeguard children who are categorised as ‘absent’ from home or care or education.
Parents of adopted children have until 21 January, 2016 to contact their school in order to access funds via the Pupil Premium for extra support for their adopted children.
CoramBAAF is setting out its views in response to questions about the future resourcing of the Adoption Support Fund following recent government Spending Review Announcements.
CoramBAAF is consulting on a draft position statement about the future of fostering in England.
Sensitivities of adoption search explained by CoramBAAF on BBC Radio as mother begins publicity campaign to find adopted child
The sensitivities of adoption search and reunion were discussed on BBC Radio by Julia Feast of CoramBAAF, as a mother began a publicity campaign to find the child she gave up for adoption in the 1960s.
CoramBAAF welcomes Prime Minister's adoption plans but says 'post code' lottery of provision must be addressed
CoramBAAF has welcomed the Prime Minister's latest plans to reduce adoption delays but says there is a need to address the 'post code' lottery of provision across England.
'Top Ten' children's books chosen by adopted children - plus discounts on CoramBAAF recommended reads
A 'Top Ten' list of books chosen by adopted children, featuring many titles published by CoramBAAF, has been collated to mark National Adoption Week.