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Title: What are the view of Irish birth parents and foster carers on post adoption contact
Author: Donovan, Bernadette
Advisor: Russell, Vincent
Normand, Charles
Keywords: Adoption in Ireland
Foster care
Issue Date: 10-Jun-2010
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to explore the views of Irish foster carers and birth parent' views on the issue of post adoption contact. Post adoption contact is the level of contact that children who have been adopted from care have with their birth families. The study aims to give the reader an enhanced understanding of adoption and post adoption contact. The objective of the study is to inform future HSE policy development on post adoption contact with birth and extended families for children who have been adopted from long term care.
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