A new adoption service, run in partnership by the two ‘Outstanding’ rated adoption agencies Caritas Care and Adoption Matters, will be attending this year’s Manchester Pride on 25 to 26 August. The service is at the forefront of new routes into adoption combining adoption and fostering to give children the best start in life. The service…
The Concurrent Planning service offers a route to early permanence for babies and very young children whose birth parents have a background known to social work teams meaning the chances of returning home are much lower than other children entering care. The service is the largest of its kind in the country. The team comprises experienced social workers & contact workers who recruit, prepare & support concurrent carers.
The service is a partnership between two long established charities and independent adoption agencies, Caritas Care and Adoption Matters. The two agencies together have over 140 years’ experience in working with Local Authorities across the UK to find families for children in care and provide adoption support services. Both organisations are proudly rated as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted and registered adoption agencies. Together they have a track record of delivering high quality permanency services to local authorities across the UK.
Caritas Care is also a registered Independent Fostering Provider (IFP) and is too judged as Outstanding by Ofsted.
We are a team who are passionate about concurrent planning and the outcomes that it achieves for the child, carers and birth parents. Our experienced social workers all have a background in children and families social work, fostering and adoption.
The service currently operates through a partnership contract with 21 local authorities in the North West and has recently expanded into the Staffordshire, Stoke, Yorkshire and Humber regions. We welcome enquiries from all these areas, please call our friendly team to find out more on 0300 123 1050 or complete our online enquiry form below…
Read our Annual Report 2017/18 CCP Annual Report 2018