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I’ve got my dad’s face and nose, and my mum’s hair. Only they are not my birth mum or dad, they are my adoptive parents, but you’d never guess I was adopted. My parents chose me on a piece of paper. Before I was adopted I was in a foster home, where you stay with […]
According to research by Oxford and Bristol universities published in December 2015, children in foster care make better educational progress than vulnerable children who remain with troubled families. Researchers said that the longer vulnerable children remain in foster care the better they do at school. They looked at the difference in grades in at least […]
Fostering has always been a way for disadvantaged or neglected children to receive a second chance with a new family. A recent survey by The Fostering Network has found that 40% of children go to at least three different homes before settling. Shockingly, one in six teenagers can end up with at least five separate […]
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