Does being around your child sometimes feel like walking on eggshells? Are you living with verbal and/ or physical aggression? If this description is familiar to you, the Parents Walking on Eggshells programme might just be what you need. The … Continue reading
The latest edition of Adoption UK NI’s newsletter can be read here.
The Western HSC Trust Fostering Service are holding a number of information evenings for anyone with an interest in fostering. Why not join the team at a location below to find out more about becoming a valued HSC foster carer. … Continue reading
The Western HSC Trust shall be holding two information sessions for anyone interested in finding out more about adoption. These will be held on – Date: Sunday, 19 February 2017 Venue: The Riverview Room, The Bridge Centre, East Bridge Street, Enniskillen, … Continue reading
Fionnuala McAndrew Director of Social Care and Children attends the celebration to mark 10 years of the Fostering Achievement Scheme. The scheme which is commission by the HSCB and delivered on behalf of the Board by The Fostering Network supports … Continue reading
The Adoption UK NI’s newsletter for January 2017 can be read here.
This workshop aims to give adoption applicants the opportunity to find out more about concurrent care and what the expectations are of carers approved for this type of placement. 20 places are available. Date: Saturday 21st January 2017 Time: Registration … Continue reading
One day preparation course for foster carers and kinship carers thinking about adopting a child in their care. This workshop will help address many of the concerns expressed by foster carers and kinship carers who find themselves in the position … Continue reading
Could you support a family on the edge of care? Step Up Step Down is a five year project in Northern Ireland working with foster carers to provide early intervention for families on the edge of care. The project is … Continue reading
Concurrent care is for young children in care (often under the age of 2 years) who are likely to need adoption, but who may still be reunited with their birth family. Babies and young children are placed with concurrent carers … Continue reading