Adopting children with high therapeutic needs: staying committed over the long haul

This research arose from concern about the prevalence of UK adoptions of children with significant levels of emotional, behavioural and/or therapeutic needs, and the fact that these are being made in a context where research into the outcomes of such placements is sparse. It focuses on adopters of children pre-identified as having high therapeutic needs and looks specifically at the factors that affect adopters’ ongoing commitment.

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