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Next meeting of Collabor8 – the Young Person’s Council

We’re eager to consult and collaborate with our adopted young people to ensure we are offering them the support and services they need.

Collabor8 is Family Adoption Links’ Young Person’s Council and their next meeting takes place online on 22nd March 2023 between 6 and 7pm.

During the meeting, we’ll be feeding back on the brilliant ideas/suggestions they had at the last meeting plus we’ll be asking them to come prepared with hints and tips for adopted youngsters as they transition from primary to secondary school. Everyone who takes part (up to 20), will be give a £10 Amazon voucher to say thank you for their time.

If you know anyone aged between 12 and 25 who might like to take part, please send us an email and we’ll then send a Teams link out the day before the meeting.

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