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Coram, the UK's first children's charity has been offering better life chances for children since 1739. The fostering service provides concurrent planning for children who are subject to care proceedings and where in the view of the courts and past history there is a likelihood that children will need a permanent placement outside the birth family. The aim of the project is to prevent drift and delay in achieving permanence for these children and to reduce placement moves.
Coram Adopt Anglia, located in Cambridge, is a branch of Coram, an independent adoption agency whose main office is based in Central London. It recruits, prepares and approves adopters for domestic adoption only, within a 50 mile radius of Cambridge. It supports adoptive families once a child is placed with them and also provides post-adoption support to families and children
Coram Adoption East Midlands is a branch of Coram, an independent adoption agency whose main office is based in Central London. It recruits, prepares and approves adopters for domestic adoption only, within approximately one hour’s travelling distance of the office base in Shepshed, Leicestershire
Coram is an independent adoption agency, registered to provide domestic adoption services and adoption support services. The London office support team is serving adopters within a 35 mile radius of central London north of the river Thames, as well as 10 mile radius of central London south of the river Thames
This service, known as Concurrent Planning, operates in partnership with local authorities to provide a specialist service to children up to two years who are subject to care proceedings and where in the view of the courts there is likelihood that the child will need a permanent placement outside the birth family