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Salford Innovation Forum

51 Frederick Road

Salford

M6 6FP

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Find out more about Adoption with Concurrent Planning at this online event, open to people who live in the North West of England.

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PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT WILL BE DELIVERED ONLINE - JOINING INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE SENT TO YOU NEARER THE DATE ONCE WE HAVE RECEIVED YOUR REGISTRATION DETAILS.

Adopting with Concurrent Planning is a service for babies and young children who enter care and are likely to need adoption, but who also still have a small chance of being reunited with their birth family. Our carers are both approved as both foster carers and adopters.

The event will be run by our Adopting with Concurrent Planning practitioners and we will share a presentation with you, chat through how concurrent planning works and give you a chance to ask questions. Our events run for approximately one and half hours and you will need to pre-register to attend.

If you have any queries or require any further information, please contact the team on Tel: 0161 743 3682 or email us at: info@concurrentplanning.org

The Adopting with Concurrent Planning Service is delivered in partnership by Adoption Matters and Caritas Care, registered children's charities and voluntary adoption agencies both rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. Caritas Care is also an approved fostering agency also rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. Together, they have over 140 years experience in the adoption sector.

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Salford Innovation Forum

51 Frederick Road

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Adopting with Concurrent Planning is a service for babies and young children who enter care and are likely to need adoption, but who also still have a small chance of being reunited with their birth family. Our carers are dually approved as both foster carers and adopters. This means that carers will initially perform the role of foster carer while the courts decide whether or not a child can return to his/her birth family. During this time the child will need to see their birth family regularly and carers will need to bring the child or children to a contact centre so they can see their parents. The service is run in partnership between two charities and voluntary adoption agencies, Adoption Matters and Caritas Care.


www.adoptionmatters.org/ccp and www.caritascare.org.uk/adoption/concurrent-planning

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