Further reading

 Selected publications for further reading

  • Adams, P., 2012. Planning for Contact in Permanent Placements. London: BAAF.
  • Beckett, C. et al., 2008. The Experience of Adoption (2); the association between communicative openness and self-esteem in adoption. Adoption and Fostering, 32(1), pp. 29-39.
  • Bond, H., 2007. Ten Top Tips for Managing Contact London; BAAF
  • Children’s Rights Director for England, 2009. Keeping in Touch, Manchester: Ofsted.
  • Family Futures, 2009. Siblings – together or apart?, s.l.: Family Futures.
  • Fursland, E., 2013. Facing up to Facebook. London: BAAF.
  • Macaskill, C., 2002. Safe Contact? Children in permanent placement and contact with their birth relatives. Dorset: Russell House Publishing.
  • Neil, E., Beek, M. & Ward, E., 2014. Contact after Adoption: a longitudinal study of adopted young people and their adoptive parents and birth relatives. London: BAAF.
  • Neil, E., Cossar, J., Jones, C., Lorgelly, P. and Young, J., 2011. Supporting Direct Contact after Adoption BAAF; London
  • Neil, E. & Howe, D., 2004. Contact in Adoption and Permanent Foster Care. London: BAAF.
  • Quinton, D., Rushton, A., Dance, C. & Mayes, D., 1997. Contact between Children placed away from Home and their Birth Parents: research issues and evidence. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2(3), pp. 393-413.
  • Schofield, G. and Beek, M., 2014. The Secure Base Model Promoting attachment and resilience in foster care and adoption
  • Sydney, L. and Price, E., 2014. Facilitating Meaningful Contact in Adoption and Fostering: a trauma informed approach to planning, assessing and good practice London; Jessica Kinsgley
  • Taplin, S., 2005. Is all Contact between Children in Care and their Birth Parents ‘Good’ Contact?, Ashfield: Centre for Parenting and Research, NSW.
  • The Care Inquiry, 2013. Making not Breaking: building relationships for our most vulnerable children, s.l.: The Care Inquiry.
  • The Care Inquiry, 2013. Understanding Permanence for Looked After Children, s.l.: s.n.
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