Becoming a WAF member means joining a local group (your primary group). You will then receive regular updates about WAF activities and events, as well as other information you choose to receive. You can also choose a secondary group, should you wish to know about other events going on close to you. Our local groups are listed below. A map can be found here.
To become a member of WAF you will need to register here. Registering is very straight-forward, and you don’t need anything except a laptop, tablet or phone and 10 minutes of time.
Please be advised that a social worker will need to confirm your status as an adopter, or prospective adopter at stage 2. This is for security reasons. You can read the Terms and Conditions of WAF Membership here.
The prospective group meet monthly, often with interesting speakers. In the past we have had adoptees, adopters, social workers, various therapists and many more to come and share their experiences.
The sessions are free.
Please contact your local WAF groups in the first place for more information and to join. Dates, places and times are never disclosed publicly.