The Beyond Disruption Project is about helping permanence families survive family separation when our children are extremely hard to care for because of their early life adversity and losses.
Children are not meant to be alone in the world but a permanence disruption often means this is exactly what happens.
Please click this link to see a short film about supporting permanence by our chair Dr Sylvia Schroer
You can read more about permanence disruption and how it is impacting on children and families by clicking on this link HERE
It is so important to support relationships when adoptive and special guardian children re-enter care. An adoptive father who has supported many others explains why HERE
There are no reliable statistics about disruption rates to inform policy. Data is missing in the government statistics in respect of more than 4k children and whether they re-entered care under a permanence order or not.
Please write to your MP asking for them to call on the Department of Education to publish accurate and reliable data on children going back into care.
Please join with us to support children and families who are having to face re-traumatising family separations. We really need your support and we are very keen to collaborate with local authorities, agencies, organisations and charities – as well as journalists who can help us bring the issues to the attention of a wider public – see this BBC programme, which SG&AT members participated in.