The Letterbox service is a way for birth relatives and adoptive parents to share news in a confidential way. When a child is placed with their adoptive family, the adoptive family and a few members of the birth family such as parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters, will be asked to sign a Letterbox agreement. The Letterbox is voluntary, not a legal agreement. Once the adoption order is made, you can start to exchange letters.
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Contact us on or use our contact form. Adoption is a way of providing a new permanent family for a child who cannot be brought up by their first family. The first family is also known as birth family. It means the permanent transfer of parental responsibility for your child to their adoptive parents, meaning that you will no longer have legal rights for them. The decision for a child to be adopted is not made by One Adoption or by the local council, but by the court, unless a birth parent requests adoption for their child. Once an Adoption Order has been made, the child will become a full member of their adoptive family.
There is a range of adoption support services available to children adopted from care. We provide a wide and extensive range of adoption support services for adopters and their children, birth families and adopted people. Due to early developmental trauma and separation, adopted children have often developed certain coping mechanisms that means they can find it difficult to form relationships and display challenging behaviour. You will have learned various techniques during your preparation training on how to cope with this but as you get to know your child you will become aware of the complexities of their issues.
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