Public Law Working Group consulting on Interim Supervision Order Report until 30 November 2022.
We have revised our student membership offer to be more affordable and accessible to students across the UK and Ireland.
CoramBAAF’s Kinship consultant, Ann Horne reflects on the launch of Kinship’s value our love campaign and shares how you can find out more about this important campaign.
The cost of living crisis is affecting children and young people across the UK. Emma Fincham, our Fostering Consultant, considers how this directly impacts children and young people in foster families. She argues that we need to think about both the retention and the recruitment of foster carers.
In a reflective piece about her university experience, Louise shares the microaggressions and barriers she faced as a black woman that ultimately impacted her completing her degree.
Objects and their stories: how conversations about belongings help us to better understand ourselves and others
National Adoption Week 2022 focuses on the theme of identity and the importance for adopted people to be able to understand and feel connected to their past – often through physical keepsakes. CoramBAAF's Hedwig Verhagen, co-produced the course ‘Objects and their stories’ which helps develop emotional literacy around such objects.
CoramBAAF Adoption Consultant, Jane Poore, talks about the importance of identity and the support available
Ahead of National Adoption Week we sat down with our Adoption Consultant, Jane Poore, to learn a little more about her role, the importance of National Adoption Week and this year's theme of identity and relationships and what support is available.
Kinship Care Week is an opportunity for us to acknowledge the role kinship carers have in children’s lives and we held a joint event with Research in Practice as part of our activities to celebrate the week. Our Kinship Consultant Ann Horne looks back on the key messages from our panel of speakers to explore what needs to change to improve the experiences of kinship families.
In this blog, Ann Horne, CoramBAAF's Kinship Consultant reflects on how social workers work with kinship families, where kinship practice fits, and calls for specialist kinship teams.
As we await the Government's response to the recommendation's made to the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care, Kinship Care Week provides the perfect opportunity to maintain focus and renew our commitments to children in kinship care writes Clare Seth.