The Welsh Government has supported Children in Wales over three years to develop a range of new resources for care experienced children and young people across Wales, and for the professionals who support them.
As one part of the project, they have been working collaboratively with children and young people to co-produce a series of health and well-being guides, in line with the National Participation Standards. The topics relate to young people’s rights under Part 6 of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 and the UNCRC.
Each guide is available in English and Welsh. We want more care experienced children and young people to be aware of their rights to have more voice and control in the care and assessment process and for the professionals who support them to have a range of tools to support this. The full range of guides can be accessed at www.childreninwales.org.uk/resources/looked-after-children
We offer advice to members of the public and professionals.
02920 761155 or 01745 336336
AFA Cymru, c/o Children in Wales, 25 Windsor Place, CARDIFF CF10 3BZ
AFA Cymru, W2 Morfa Clwyd Business Centre, 84 Marsh Road, Rhyl, Denbighshire, LL18 2AF
In September 2015, The Association of Fostering and Adoption (AFA) Cymru was formed. Whilst its day to day operational services of training, consultancy, professional advice and information are delivered independently of St. David’s, it is by law governed by St. David’s Children Society under the terms of its charitable status.
St. David's Children Society is a registered charity (Registration No: 509163). A Company limited by Guarantee (Registered Cardiff 1546688).
Registered Office: St. David’s Children Society, 28 Park Place, Cardiff CF10 3BA.
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.