Two of our adopters, Anjie and Debbie Mosher, have been asked ‘what matters most when it comes to adoption’ in a recent short film for Channel 4’s 4thought, a series dedicated to thoughtful TV shorts about issues of faith, morality and ethics.
During the two minute programme Anjie and Debbie talk about how their family has been completed through adoption and the challenges they faced when taking on two young children who had experienced difficulties in their early upbringing. They also talk about how parents who adopt children with difficult backgrounds must be prepared to give the understanding and support they need.
The priority of Blackpool Council’s adoption service is to successfully match our children with the right families, helping them to grow and develop, and share their future.
Currently, there are over 50 children desperately in need of a loving home; the majority aged 9 months to 8 years.
There is no waiting list to begin the adoption process and people/couples do not necessarily have to live in the Blackpool area, we actively recruit within a 50 mile radius across the North West.
For more information call 01253 477888 or fill in a contact form and we will get back to you.
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