Practice Guidance

Adoption disruption

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Introduction

Learning points Adoption disruption can occur at any stage of the adoption process, from during initial introductions to months or years after a child has been legally adopted. Full information-sharing and thorough preparation of both the child and adoptive family is key in achieving a stable placement and successful adoption. When adopters are reporting challenges […]

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