Adoption Questions Asked by Lord Sheikh


Adoption  Questions Asked By Lord Sheikh

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Schools (Lord Hill of Oareford): The Government want to see more children in care adopted, where this is in their best interests, particularly those who in the past may have been overlooked-children who are older or have disabilities or very complex needs. We want local authorities to look very critically at their practice in respect of children who wait longest, such as black children, disabled children, older children and larger sibling groups. The Cambridge News reports that ‘new support for adoptive parents has been unveiled by the Government in a bid to help find hundreds more volunteers to home 4,000 youngsters on a national register.’ Question how is the the support defined for each family, because not all needs are the same and who will be funding the new support?

I have also noticed that a lot of blogs just stop. And I wonder if it’s because the family got busy with life and are moving forward or if the children have run into adjustment issues and it’s too difficult to blog about something that’s not sunshine and rainbows. churchworkhome, 2012/12/26

Following the launch of the Philomena Project, a call on the Irish Government to release thousands of forced adoption files, The Irish Post shines a light on victims of the shocking practice in Britain. A GRIEVING daughter has spoken out about her late mum’s nightmare search for a child she lost to forced adoption. Anne Quinn’s first daughter was given away to strangers from the US by nuns at one of Ireland’s brutal homes for unmarried mothers. But when the “haunted” woman finally overcame the shame she felt and tried to track down her long-lost child, the 85-year-old discovered the shocking lack of support for women like her. “The challenges we faced meant that mum died without ever getting the chance to say sorry,” said Eileen Quinn, Anne’s London-based daughter. Continue reading 


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