LGBT+ community urged to consider adoption

In LGBT+ Fostering and Adoption Week, the regional adoption agency Adoption in Merseyside (AiM) are looking for more adopters from the LGBT+ Community including single adopters and couples.

The number of children looked after in England rose by 4 percent to 78,150 at 31 March 2019, however the number of adopters have decreased.

Jenny Ness, Head of Service at AiM, said: ‘AiM are keen to recruit a wide range of prospective adopters and welcome all expressions of interest.

“We welcome those from a range of backgrounds to adopt including single applicants, applicants from different cultural and religious backgrounds and those who are heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.”

Contact Adoption in Merseyside today on 0151 477 8700 for more information, or visit their website

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