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Building secure attachments in the wake of Covid-19

Dr Sarah Taylor shares her worries about attachment as children go back to school post-lockdown. The act of rocking a baby or singing softly to...

Family ties

Chris Burton talks to an adoptive father about the rewards and challenges of adopting siblings with SEN

Changing lives

Rochelle Bisson reveals how one family’s life has been transformed by fostering a child with complex SEN

What’s it like to be adopted?

Chris Burton talks to a group of young people working to promote greater understanding of the needs of adopted children in school

In a class of their own

Jennifer Nock describes how one school put its resolve to provide effective, lasting support to pupils with attachment issues into practice

Suffering in silence

How can we help troubled children who seem to be fine? Jennifer Jones examines the world of children with avoidant attachment issues

Learning to love

To mark National Adoption Week, Chris Burton talks to Claire Brasier, adoptive mum of two children with SEN

Home and away: adoption and attachment

A parent explains how the school helped her adopted children to integrate and manage their behaviour

Meet the parents

Children with SEN can be the hardest to place into adoption, yet they offer uniquely fulfilling relationships for families, writes Jane Elston

Attachment disorder in practice

Paul Gaffney, of the Association for Psychological Therapies, and Cheryl Liberati-Comiskey examine the role of attachment theory in understanding some of our most troubled children

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