The Support Needs and Experiences of Newly Formed Adoptive Families: Findings From the Wales Adoption Study

Research in Practice
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

This research paper focuses on the support needs of newly formed adoptive families, addressing a gap in the literature for research in the post-placement period.

Provision of advice in the early stages of a placement can make a big difference. Picture: GalinaSt/Adobe Stock
Provision of advice in the early stages of a placement can make a big difference. Picture: GalinaSt/Adobe Stock

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