National Adoption Service for Wales Support Survey

Mar 17, 2017   //   by Tracy Willis

The Institute of Public Care (IPC) at Oxford Brookes University is carrying out a survey of post-adoption support services on behalf of the National Adoption Service, which focuses on building in equity, quality and sustainability across Wales. We would encourage you to download the link and complete the short survey before the 31st March 2017. […]

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National Adoption Week

Oct 17, 2016   //   by Tracy Willis

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Potential adopters urged to #SeeTheWholeChild

Jul 15, 2016   //   by admin

News Release
 from National Adoption Service for Wales Campaign launched to find adopters for children with delayed development, health problems and from large sibling groups The National Adoption Service for Wales has today (14 July) issued a call to find permanent families for the group of looked after children in Wales who wait the longest […]

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Focus on older children for National Adoption Week

Oct 19, 2015   //   by admin

As part of this year’s National Adoption Week (19 – 25 October) campaign, the Western Bay Adoption Service is asking people to consider adopting an older child as they pose the question “Too old at four?” Due to the high demand for babies, older children waiting to be adopted are often overlooked and ultimately wait […]

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Press release June 2015

Jul 24, 2015   //   by Patrick Anderson

Positive Start for Western Bay Adoption Service   Joint working across three local authority areas is starting to pay dividends for a new adoption service.   Early figures indicate that the Western Bay Adoption Service, which covers Bridgend, Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, is on track to surpass last year’s performance across the three regions […]

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Recruitment of Panel Members

Jul 1, 2015   //   by Patrick Anderson

The Western Bay Adoption Service is seeking to recruit independent members for their Adoption Panels and would welcome applications from a wide range of individuals including people with personal experience of adoption. This includes adoptive parents, adopted adults or birth parents whose child/children were adopted. The Panel makes recommendations in relation to suitability to adopt […]

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