Concurrent planning reduces problems for adopted children, finds study

Joe Lepper
Friday, March 28, 2014

Children adopted through concurrent planning are less likely to experience problems, such as school exclusion, behaviour difficulties and depression, than those who are placed with families at a later stage.

Offering support to foster parents and children can be key to concurrent planning succeeding.
Offering support to foster parents and children can be key to concurrent planning succeeding.

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