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  • Is the fact that I’m adopted my fault?
    Question: Is the fact that I’m adopted my fault? (Girl age 7) Response from our Ambassadors Rebecca and Arran. Absolutely not! It’s never the child’s fault. You didn’t do anything wrong and you didn’t do anything to deserve the way you where treated. We’re sorry that you feel like that, but actually you’re not alone in having those feelings. We’ve asked ourselves the same question, but with time and the support of our families and workers from Scottish Adoption, we now realise that our path in life, the one that has resulted in gaining an adoptive family is not something that we were able to control or influence. We’ve spent time speaking to our adoptive family about the choices that our birth parents made that resulted in us being adopted. This helped a lot. Do you feel able to speak to your family about your life story? If not, do you have a social worker who might be able to help you work through your feelings? If you don’t currently have a social worker, you could get in touch with your local Council and their Children and Families Team. If they aren’t able to help, Adoption UK ( may also be able to offer you support.
  • Dolly Parton's Imagination Library
    Sign up to the Dolly Parton Imagination Library!
  • Scottish Adoption Festival
    What a week it has been! We have had an amazing first ever Scottish Adoption Festival so thank you to everyone who has made this week more of a success then we had hoped it would be!
  • Christmas Tree Festival
    Scottish Adoption is proud to be taking part in this year's Christmas Tree Festival in Edinburgh
  • And Violet streaming online!
    You can now enjoy And Violet in the comfort of your own home!
  • Duck Race Winners!
    The Scottish Adoption Duck Race 2018 has been our biggest race so far!
  • Children's Lottery Award
    Scottish Adoption has been awarded a £16,000 grant from the Scottish Children’s Lottery.
  • Caring for Vulnerable Children
    Free online Caring for Vulnerable Children workshop available to Scottish Adoption Adopters.
  • Adoption Information Dog Walk
    Second Adoption Information Dog Wallk hailed a huge success.
  • Mount Kilimanjaro Trek
    Read how Senior Practitioner Tracey Turnbull took on Mount Kilimanjaro and won, raising over £2000 in the process!
  • Glasgow Pride
    Scottish Adoption attended Glasgow Pride and took part in their first ever Pride March!
  • Top Marks for Scottish Adoption
    Scottish Adoption has been awarded top marks of grade 6’s across the board.