Resource library

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    Coram Capital Adoption - An approach to regionalisation

    Adoption | Tuesday 20th October 2015 | 249 Downloads

    Coram Capital Adoption is an exciting partnership between a growing group of London local authorities and Coram’s successful independent adoption agency.

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    Improvement services

    Professionals | Friday 16th October 2015 | 20 Downloads

    Coram-i can work with your organisation to improve its performance in delivering permanence for looked after children. Find out about our Improvement Services in this leaflet

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    Legal Deep Dive

    Professionals | Friday 9th October 2015 | 26 Downloads

    This document sets out the details of potential partnership work between your local authority (LA) and Coram-i in relation to a ‘Legal Deep Dive’ of selected cases

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    Adoption Diagnostic Analysis

    Professionals | Friday 9th October 2015 | 23 Downloads

    This document describes the potential partnership work between your local authority and Coram-i, to build on good practice in adoption to facilitate early permanence for young children

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    Adopters life storybooks research

    Charity overview | Thursday 30th July 2015 | Coram and Debbie Watson, University of Bristol | 874 Downloads

    This research, conducted jointly between the UK children’s charity Coram and the University of Bristol, aims to address the absence in the academic literature of adopters’ perspectives on their children’s life storybooks.

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    Coram Voice Impact Report 2014-2015

    Charity overview | Thursday 16th July 2015 | Coram Voice | 99 Downloads

    During 2014-2015, Coram Voice supported 3,719 children and young people to get their voices heard, challenge things they were unhappy with, and access what was rightfully theirs. Read more about the young people we work with in this report.

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    Coram Impact Summary 2015

    Charity overview | Thursday 25th June 2015 | Coram | 71 Downloads

    Coram aims to ensure that every child has the best possible chance in life. We work to create change that lasts a lifetime. We do this by championing what matters most for children in policy and practice and providing sustained services which strive for excellence. The Impact Summary talks about how Coram achieves this.

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    Coram Charter for Children 2015

    Charity overview | Thursday 25th June 2015 | Coram | 73 Downloads

    Coram believes that by 2040 when we celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Act of Parliament which gave birth to children’s social care, it is possible for us together to ensure that every child in our society can have the best possible chance in life. Our Charter for Children sets out to achieve this in various ways.

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    275 years of creating change for children: Coram 2014-2015 Group Digest

    Charity overview | Thursday 25th June 2015 | Coram | 109 Downloads

    In its 275th year, Coram has benefitted over one million children and families through direct support, advocacy, representation, advice and schools-based learning.The Group Digest is a summary of its achievements.

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    Case study: Kent County Council

    Professionals | Friday 19th June 2015 | Coram | 41 Downloads

    In February 2012, Coram partnered with Kent County Council to improve the LA’s Adoption Service. Coram’s task was to improve the service so that it provided a high quality service to children in the authority’s care with a plan of adoption.