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Brothers and sisters

Many of the children that come into our care are brothers and sisters.

We try hard to keep them together but the reality is this can take much longer to happen. However if you are willing to adopt brothers and sisters it means the time spent matching you will be shorter than if you are waiting to be matched to a baby or individual child.

The biggest benefit for the children is that they are able to stay with their brothers and sisters – often this is the only family unit they may have. Being together can also make it easier for the children to settle into their new home.

Caitlyn and Harley

We are looking for people to come forward so that Caitlyn and Harley can stay together. 

It is important that they are kept together as they have a very close sibling bond, and it would not be in their best interests to split them up to find them permanent homes.

Read more about Caitlyn and Harley

Thomas, Sarah and Daniel

Sadly it was not considered safe for Thomas, Sarah and Daniel to return home and a plan of adoption was agreed.

Hear about Thomas, Sarah and Daniel

 

Charlotte and Stephen's story

Charlotte and Stephen have adopted three siblings, a baby and his two sisters.

They love their family and can't image life any other way.

Hear about their adoption journey

 

 

Thinking about adoption?

If you're thinking about adoption, then you can find out more at one of our information events.

Book a place at an information event

If you'd prefer to speak to someone, then give us a call on 0300 123 6727 and we’ll be in touch with you as soon as possible.

A life less ordinary

Find out about our children who wait longest to be adopted.