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Family Futures is a London based adoption support agency committed to providing comprehensive support every step of the way.  Whether you are looking to adopt, need post-adoption support, or are looking to attend one of our many training courses, our personal approach and commitment is what makes Family Futures so special.  Together we will work towards a better tomorrow, to find out more please click here to watch our video.

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Latest News

Annual Conference confirmed for 20th November

Our Annual Making Connections Conference for 2015 has now been confirmed for the 20th November and will focus on ‘Sibling Placements – Time to Reflect’. We will have a number of guest speakers on the day including Sir Martin Narey, John Simmonds OBE, and our very own Alan Burnell, to name a few. To find out more information, download our brochure here or to book on to the course visit our Training page or call 020 7354 4161.

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Anti-Bullying Animation Premiere - Change of Date

We held our special Young People’s Forum event on 6th June on the subject of Bullying; we wanted to give our young people their say when it comes to anti-bullying and have created our very own anti-bullying animation.  Please note that the premiere for the animation will no longer be held on Saturday 4th July – watch this space for more information on our new date….

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Government Plans to Regionalise Adoption Services

Family Futures has long argued that there needs to be a regional, integrated adoption service with centres of excellence providing the post placement support and therapeutic intervention that the contemporary adoptive parents and their children, need and deserve. This would ensure that adoptions were not only sustainable but life enhancing . Our only concern is that much of the innovation and quality service provision to date has come from the Voluntary sector and our fear is that regionalisation will mean that only the larger authorities and Voluntary Agencies will be included.

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