- Children from a diverse range of backgrounds, ethnicities and religious beliefs are waiting to be adopted it is important that these children are adopted into families who can identify with them culturally, visually and emotionally
- It is important that children are adopted by families who can support them with any challenges and issues they may face in their lives
This video showcases Charlie’s personal adoption journey with Adoption Matters, as an LGBTQ+ parent. Charlie continues to break the barrier 50 years on – sexuality isn’t important in adoption. He shares: How Charlie’s journey to become an adoptive parent began The highs and lows of the fostering & adoption process The barriers he receives in […]
Keeping brothers and sisters together is so important when being adopted They have been the only constant in each others lives and help support each other Could you supports siblings?
Ruth talks about her journey to adoption Ruth talk about how the Adoption Matters uk supported her throughout the adoption process and helped her find her way