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Peterborough Kinship Care Support Service
Adfam is running a new project funded by BBC’s Children In Need to support kinship carers and the children they look after. Kinship carers are family members, most commonly grandparents, but also aunts, uncles, siblings and others, who take on the care of a child because the parents are unable to.
Based in Peterborough, the service provides:
· One-to-one practical and emotional support to those caring for a family member’s child.
· An introduction to the Peterborough Kinship Care Group offering weekly support
· Regular information and skills workshops
· Fortnightly activities for children in kinship care
· Annual trips for kinship care families
Support can be provided at home as well as by phone and email.
You can also visit the Peterborough Kinship Carers website.