Early permanence

Early permanence is an umbrella term which includes both Fostering for Adoption, and Concurrent Planning placements. Both schemes enable a child in care under the age of two to find foster carers who are ready and willing to adopt them later if the courts decide they cannot live with their birth family.

"Two women with foster baby".
"Concurrent Planning because we feel it is the right thing for the babies and children involved".

Early permanence adoption process

For more information on the adoption process and to contact us, please see our main adoption page.

Couple with toddler.
"It has been hugely rewarding. Our daughter is happy, settled and developing really well. We have been able to offer a loving home".