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Beyond the Adoption Order

Challenges, Interventions and Adoption Disruptions

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        StatementBritish Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF)
        PublishersBritish Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF)
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        LC Classifications2015
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        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies Publication year: 2014 Pagination: 321 Place of publication: London This research aimed to calculate the national disruption rate in England and report on the experience of those involved adopters, children and social workers when adoptions disrupt or are in difficulty.

Beyond the Adoption Order: Challenges, Interventions and Adoption Disruption, Julie Selwyn, Sarah Meakins and Dinithi Wijedasa Beyond the Adoption Order: Challenges, Interventions and Adoption Disruption, Julie Selwyn, Sarah.

Research methods included an analysis of Department of Education supplied data for 37,335 children adopted between April 2000 and March 2011, a survey of adoptive parents, and follow up interviews with adoptive parents, young Beyond the Adoption Order and adoption managers.

Most of the research to date has focused on narrowly defined populations, of children placed before 1990 and on disruptions that occurred before the Adoption Order was made. There have been no national studies on adoption disruption in the UK or USA.

Beyond the Adoption Order

Results found that 565 placements broke down after the adoption order was made, with disruption rates being lower than expected. The study was funded by the Department of Education. However, there has been no recent research on whether adoption breakdowns are increasing or decreasing.

Business This book recounts a research study that UK adoption practice has wanted for many years Rushton 2003. Although Beyond the Adoption Order main focus was on adoption of looked after children, one part of the study did consider disruption rates for adoptive placements against rates for Special Guardianship and Residence Order placements. The research also look at the well-being of children and parents, behaviours that challenged adoptive families, and communication and cohesion within the adoptive family.

This research is intended to fill the gap in knowledge. A mixed-methods approach was used to achieve the study aims, which included: establishing the rate of disruption where adoption outcomes were set alongside those of Special Guardianship and Residence Orders ; investigating the factors associated with disruption; an exploration of the experiences and perspectives of participating adopters and young people who had experienced disruption; the views of participating adoption service managers.

This book recounts a research study that UK adoption practice has wanted for many years Rushton, 2003. Although the main focus was on adoption of looked after children, one part of the study did consider disruption rates for adoptive placements against rates for Special Guardianship and Residence Order placements.

Ethnicity made no difference to adoption disruption. Authors Julie Selwyn, Sarah Meakings and Dinitha Wijedasa are based at the Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies in the School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol. The report sets out recommendations for policy, practice and future research. A mixed-methods approach was used to achieve the study aims, which included: The book itself is presented in a traditional research report format with the opening chapter reflecting on what is already known about disruption, followed by the.