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Adoption Support Services for Families in Difficulty: a Literature Review and UK survey, Alan Rushton and Cherilyn Dance, London, British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, 2002, pp. 135, ISBN 1 903699 15 0, £9.95. Staying Connected: Managing Contact Arrangements in Adoption, Hedi Argent (ed.), London, British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering, 2002, pp. 246, ISBN 1 903699 12 6, £12.95

Re-engineering trust: the adoption and adaption of four models for external quality assurance of health care services in western European health care systems

Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children: the Response of Social Work Services. By Jim Wade, Fiona Mitchell and Graeme Baylis. London: British Association for Adoption and Fostering, 2005. xi + 252pp. £12.95. ISBN 1 903699 86 X.

Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children: The Response of Social Work Services,
 Jim Wade, Fiona Mitchell and Graham Baylis,
 London, British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF), 2005, pp. xi + 252, ISBN 1 903699 86 X, £12.95

 

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Under the Children and Adoption Act 2002 the different services, collectively, that local authorities must provide within their area in order to meet the needs of adoption. These services include provision of accommodation for pregnant women and mothers, making arrangements for placing children with prospective adopters, and advising people with adoption problems. In addition, each local authority must provide adoption support services, such as advice and counselling, and health, education, and cultural services. See feature Adoption Law.

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