The latest paper from the Wales Adoption Study has been published in the British Journal of Social Work.
Led by Dr. Sarah Meakings the paper focuses on sibling relationships in the first year post-placement. Cardiff University have paid for the article to be open access and it is therefore free to download.
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The Association for Fostering and Adoption Cymru (AFA Cymru) is a Welsh charity that promotes good practice across the breadth of permanency planning for children and young people. It also offers advice, training and consultancy to professionals and members of the public to support best practice.