Call for review of special guardianship orders

Neil Puffett
Thursday, December 11, 2014

The British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) has called for a review of special guardianship orders (SGOs) amid a sharp rise in numbers being granted and concerns about the way they are used.

The number of children cared for under special guardianship orders has more than doubled in the space of three years. Picture: Morguefile
The number of children cared for under special guardianship orders has more than doubled in the space of three years. Picture: Morguefile

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