Building the foundations for a happy future.
SafeBase is After Adoption’s therapeutic parenting programme for adoptive parents, foster carers and Special Guardians. It creates a strong foundation for loving and lasting relationships within the family, giving children the confidence to feel safe and secure with their parents or carers.
SafeBase is unique because we provide a bespoke family session and feedback as part of the programme.
SafeBase is effective in:
The service has given me focus and strategies that can be used with my child to improve the quality of our relationships.
Places on our SafeBase Therapeutic Parenting Programme can be spot purchased and funded through the Adoption Support Fund. We’d be happy to talk to you about this in more detail.
Have a look at our SafeBase Calendar 2018-2019:
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Part 1: The Family Session
This helps parents, foster carers and Special Guardians gain a clear understanding of interactions within the family.
Part 2: 4-Day Therapeutic Programme
This provides practical strategies to help improve family relationships.
Part 3: Ongoing Support
SafeBase parents and carers have exclusive access to our Portal, for encouragement and support from other SafeBase graduates, as well as accessing a range of useful materials.
Professionals and local authorities
Our Adoption Support Services ensure that everyone affected by adoption has the support they need to live happier lives. After Adoption has over 27 years’ experience in delivering adoption support services and we provide adoption support to over 1,000 families every year.
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 enables school staff to effectively support adopted pupils, and those in care, to reach their potential. It provides practical strategies for support.
Commission places for our programme in December 2018 in Birmingham.
Commission places for our programme in March 2019 in Manchester.