Here are some questions from LGBT+ people about adoption that we’ve answered.
The UK’s LGBTQ+ adoption and fostering charity, New Family Social add new episodes to its series of podcasts discussing adoption and fostering with people “who’ve done it”:
The BBC news has recently highlighted the huge challenges of living and supporting the eating disorder ‘ARFID’, a common co-occurring condition for those who have trauma, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) or Autism.
Podcasts for adopted people where guests help listeners along their unique healing journey and see their worth.
Outdoor Employment Programme is an entirely free programme that trains young people aged 16 to 25-years-old to become an outdoor activity instructor in a variety of outdoor activities including kayaking, canoeing, sailing, climbing and high ropes.
FASD Hub South West is a parent-led support group for adoptive parents of children, young people, and adults with or without a formal diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) across the South West of England.
We are setting up a Voice and Influence Group for adopted young people in our region and we want your young person to be a part of this.
Funded by the NHS, these online courses offer five free sessions to carers/parents supporting undiagnosed and diagnosed eating disorder needs, using the ‘New Maudsley’ approach.