The heart of adoption support. Hope for the future.
Whether you would like to access training in parenting your adopted child, or your child needs extra support to help them achieve their potential, After Adoption can help. From our long-standing experience we are able to provide support to you at every stage of your adoption journey, helping you support your family for life.
Our services include:
To find out about our upcoming events, please take a look at our calendar.
If you would like to find out more or attend any of the events featured on our calendar, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
After Adoption Support Services Calendar 2019/20
You may also be interested in:
SafeBase Therapeutic Parenting Programme
SafeBase is After Adoption’s flagship therapeutic parenting programme for all adoptive families. It creates a strong foundation for loving and lasting relationships.
SafeBase in the Teenage Years
SafeBase in the Teenage Years is our 2-day therapeutic parenting course for adoptive parents and carers of teenagers.
SafeBase for Schools
SafeBase for Schools is based on After Adoption’s successful SafeBase therapeutic parenting programme for adopted families. It aims to help schools effectively support adopted pupils, and those in care, to reach their potential.
Support for children and young people
By supporting children and young people, we are able to support the whole family, giving hope for the future.
TalkAdoption for adopted young people
TalkAdoption is our national support service for adopted children and young people. We provide regular activities that offer a safe and supportive space for young adopted people to meet, have fun and have an opportunity to explore issues that are important to them.
TalkAdoption Camps and Short Breaks
Our national programme of therapeutic residential camps for 11-18 year olds helps build the confidence and self-esteem of adopted young people.
ReUnite for adopted young people
We can support you and your family if your child decides to access their birth records or search for birth relatives when they reach 18 years old.
As an adoptive parent it's important that you understand what practical support is available for you and your child.
After Adoption has produced a range of resources for everyone affected by adoption, as well as professionals.