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Adoption UK is a charity designed specifically for adopters, and is run by adopters. This helpful website provides information on all stages of the adoption process and offers an online forum where adoptive parents can discuss a range of helpful topics.
Be My Parent is a specific UK website resource set up by the British Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF). It has a number of great resources for those involved, or thinking of becoming involved with adoption, including films and real life stories detailing what adoption is like.
The Centre for the Developing Child website offers a wide variety of up to date, easy to read research findings from Harvard University on a range of areas on the science of early childhood development and the effects of child maltreatment.
The Oregon Social Learning Centre (OSLC) is a non-profit, collaborative, multidisciplinary research centre dedicated to increasing the scientific understanding of social and psychological processes related to healthy development and family functioning.
The Rees Centre for Research and Education is situated within the University of Oxford Department of Education. Set up in 2012 this centre aims to enhance the lives of children who have entered the care system, by producing research to help identify what works to improve the outcomes and lives of children in care.