Impact of High Frequency Contact Seminar

Last week Jeanne Kaniuk – Head of Adoption and Permanent Families Service at the Coram Foundation in London – conducted a seminar exploring the impact high levels of parental contact has on chirdren in foster and permanant care.

Professor Cathy Humphreys also spoke at the seminar, presenting findings from her Baby on Board report.

A number legal professionals were in attendance, including two magistrates and a practitioner from the Children's Court. This seminar provided an ideal opportunity to exchange information between the two sectors, and particularly deepen the understanding of implications resulting from court-imposed orders.

 

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