From CASA member, Coram IAC:
Coram IAC is celebrating our joining of the Coram group of charities as well as honouring Black History Month through this groundbreaking online Conference on Monday 2 October 2023 from 10:00 – 16:30.
We are so pleased to invite you to join us for a […]
We are delighted to confirm our CASA Annual Conference is taking place in Birmingham on Monday 9 October 2023.
Our fantastic lineup of guest speakers includes Eugene Ellis, author of the The Race Conversation and Chair of BAATN (Black, African and Asian Therapy Network) and Farhad Dalal, author of Thought Paralysis!
We look forward […]
Originally published by Coram on Thursday, June 22, 2023:
IAC to join Coram Group
We are delighted to share that IAC – The Centre for Adoption (Intercountry Adoption Centre) is joining the Coram Group of children’s charities to become Coram IAC from 1 July 2023, IAC and Coram have announced today.
As part of the […]
CASA member Beacon House are excited to announce a new full-time role for a highly motivated Business Manager to work as part of their creative and inspirational leadership team.
The successful applicant will have the drive and energy to support the continued development of their innovative and forward thinking therapeutic […]
Government’s National Adoption Strategy to improve experience for children and families in the adoption system.
Thousands of families are to receive better support when adopting children through a new strategy to tackle the […]
On 11 January 2021 Children’s Minister Vicky Ford confirmed funding for the Adoption Support Fund will be continuing for the next financial year of 2021-22.
Read more here.
Published: 24 March 2020
These are truly frightening times for all of us and may be more scary for some adoptive families. The huge changes that have been made to keep families safe may be unsettling for some children and it may be difficult for parents to reassure them when they too are worried.
Published: 16 January 2020
From: Adoption UK
Children’s Minister Michelle Donelan has written to all Directors of Children’s Services expressing concern about falling numbers of adoptions and confirming that adoption will be a priority for the new government, as a route to permanence for children in care.
The letter states:
‘We are determined to […]
£45 million boost to help adoptive families adjust to their new lives together.
Thousands more children in care are set to benefit from stable, loving families following a £45 million […]
Information on looked-after children at both national and local authority levels for the financial year 2018 to 2019 has been published by the Department for Education.
The number of children looked after continue to rise…
Children looked after in England (including adoption), year ending 31 March baseline statistics are listed below:
The number of children […]