Adoption Support and Training

Whatever your level of parenting experience, we can help you use your life experiences and skills to provide a safe, loving home for a child whatever challenges they throw at you.

Our adoption support offer starts at the very beginning of the adoption process and continues throughout childhood from early years to teenage and beyond.

We have developed our adoption support package by working with adoptive families, children, young people and professionals to build a comprehensive range of resources, materials and training courses which will enable you to deal with the rough times and make the most of the smooth ones.

You'll be able to find out more about the adoption support we provide at one of our information events.

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Due to genetic issues on one side of the family, Charles and Sophie felt they didn’t want to take the risk of a child inheriting a debilitating disease that had affected a family member

Charles and Sophie felt they didn’t want to take the risk of a child inheriting a debilitating disease that had affected a family member

‘We’d been married for about five years when we decided to explore the possibility of adopting a child. Our initial contact with our local adoption service quickly led to a home visit and then we were invited to attend a preparatory course. ’