Blogs

Here at Adoption@Heart, we have a network of ‘adopter champions’ who are proud to have adopted through us. Read through their stories on how they found the adoption process and what adoption means to them.

Craig’s blog

Recent figures published show that 1 in 6 adoptions in 2020 were to same-sex couples, the highest proportion since records began. However, new data also revealed that 37% of LGBT+ people were unsure if they were eligible to adopt.

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Jen & Lisa’s blog

Recent figures published show that 1 in 6 adoptions in 2020 were to same-sex couples, the highest proportion since records began. However, new data also revealed that 37% of LGBT+ people were unsure if they were eligible to adopt.

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Danyell & Lindy’s blog

Recent figures published show that 1 in 6 adoptions in 2020 were to same-sex couples, the highest proportion since records began. However, new data also revealed that 37% of LGBT+ people were unsure if they were eligible to adopt.

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My week working from home – Adoption@Heart Family Support Worker

Coronavirus has and continues to impact everyone. Here at Adoption@Heart, despite the challenges Family Support Workers are facing, now more than ever it is important that post adoption contact (PAC) support continues.

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My week working from home – Adoption@Heart Social Worker

The coronavirus has and continues to impact everyone. Here at Adoption@Heart, despite the challenges social workers are facing, the need to recruit adopters continues.

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Bhinder’s blog

The adoption process has been a wonderful experience. It has been emotional at points, but the journey overall has been amazing.

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My working week – Adoption@Heart Social Worker

One of our social workers has given you an insight into her week working from home.

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Our Adoption Journey: The experience of a lifetime

Our adoption process – now approaching finalisation – began three years ago.

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James and Warren

For several years now, we have always wanted to be Dad’s. We have so much love to give and could provide a little one with their forever home. As a same sex couple, traditional routes to parents were not an option for us.

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