Author: Gill Haworth, director, The Intercountry Adoption Centre and Jan Way, training and development manager, The Intercountry Adoption Centre
Publication Date: 11 March 2008
Image: Nataliya Rodenko/Fotolia
Learning points Learn the three types of adoption from overseas. Who can adopt from overseas and what eligibility criteria exists in overseas countries. Explore a step by step guide to the role of the social worker and considerations for practice. Contents Introduction Who can adopt from overseas? What countries can people adopt from? Eligibility under […]
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