Our next information evening is in the Rochdale area on Wednesday 13th March 2019.
LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering Week, which returns today (4 March), calls on more LGBT+ people to explore these routes into parenting, after the number of looked-after children in England hit a new high.
David and Tracey were one of the first adopters approved by Adoption Now. After adopting their son they came back to us to be matched with their daughter. If you've already adopted and are considering growing your family take a look at this video to hear their story.
One of the region’s top adoption agencies, A
As the number of children in need of loving, nurturing homes continues to grow, one of the region’s top adoption agencies is urging people to step forward and find out more about adoption as a route to building or extending their family.
Adoption Now were delighted to the join BBC Radio Lancashire's Sally Naden to discuss adoption as part of their week focusing on the importance of family.
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Adoption Now is celebrating its eighth month of finding families for local ‘looked after’ children with a fresh call for more adopters.
Since its launch in November 2017 Adoption Now has found families for a total of 80 children but there are still others waiting to be adopted.
J is almost four years old. He enjoys playing with his train track, on the swings outside and being read stories, especially at bedtime.
Adoption NoW is a new regional adoption agency that combines six excellent local authority adoption services (Blackburn with Darwen, Bolton. Bury, Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside) working in partnership with two voluntary adoption agencies Caritas Care and Adoption Matters.