The aim of the Bright Spots project is to give Local Authorities a better understanding of the practices that contribute to children and young people flourishing in care.
The project is designed to identify good practice, test innovative methods of matching such as Adoption Activity days and DVD profiling of adopters and produce materials that will guide practitioners in making difficult decisions.
The ‘Nurturing Attachment Training Programme’ is a manualised programme (Golding, 2013) that is designed to provide support and guidance to adoptive parents who are parenting children who have experienced maltreatment, trauma or are having attachment related difficulties.
The main aim of this project is to analyse microdata from the 2011 Census to provide nationally representative, reliable statistics and maps on the distribution and characteristics of kinship care households in the four countries of the UK.
The overall aim of this project is to design, test and get to market a new product for children in care or those who have been adopted - alowing children to curate and narrate their most precious objects and stories.
The overall aim of this project is to better understand how adopted children and their adoptive families experience, appraise and use life storybooks.
The overall aim of this project is to co-develop processes of participatory observation, note taking and curation using photographs and videos of children's enagagements with children and artists.