Updated By: Elaine Dibben, adoption development consultant, CoramBAAF
Publication Date: 1 July 2007
Photo: JOHN BIRDSALL/ SOCIAL ISSUES PHOTO LIBRARY/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Learning points Understand the legal framework in England and Wales that underpins adoption support. Who is eligible for adoption support and how the assessment process works. Understand the role of the social worker and the adoption support services adviser. Contents Introduction Definition of adoption support service Who is eligible for adoption support services? Adoption Support […]
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