Exciting new DVD profiling opportunity for adopters waiting on the Adoption Register
The Adopter DVD Profiling Project (ADPP) has been set up to help speed up the family finding process for prospective adopters who have been waiting for a match for 12 months or more on the Adoption Register.
Download the November edition of BAAF News
Winners of the National Adoption Week Awards announced!
BAAF congratulated winners of the National Adoption Week Awards on 05 November. Nominees from across the UK competed in 6 individual categories and attended a special ceremony held in London. Broadcaster and BAAF Patron Nicky Campbell hosted the evening and Children's Minister Edward Timpson MP attended as the charity's special guest.
Have you got a story to tell?
Hearing people’s first-hand experiences is one of the most effective ways of engaging the public and helping them understand what adoption and fostering is all about.
Would you like to help BAAF raise awareness of adoption and fostering by being a media volunteer?
Pathways through education for young people in care£19.95
Bringing together up-to-date evidence from interdisciplinary research with innovations in practice that have been shown to work, this anthology helps pave the way for long-lasting improvements to the educational aspirations and attainments of young people in care and beyond.
Social Care for Children in a Social Networked Worlds
30 Jan 2014
This workshop explores safeguarding in relation to the social networked world and the impact on families and practitioners.
Revitalise and Glamorise with Andrew Barton
Revitalise and glamorise with celebrity hairdresser Andrew Barton!
Start your year in style with a personal hair consultation, and more, whilst enjoying champagne and nibbles at Andrew Barton's stylish Covent Garden Salon.
Find out more and register online or call Sophie on 020 7421 2636 for more details.
Moving forward - foetal alcohol spectrum disorders
London, 26 March 2014
This conference is an opportunity for an interdisciplinary group to share research and experiences, explore perspectives, dispel myths and increase knowledge and awareness about FASD.