Will I need a spare room to be eligible to adopt?


John Li

Yes. A social worker will visit your home and check if it is safe and suitable for a new addition to your family. You will need to have an empty bedroom spare for your adopted child. This is to ensure that the child has a safe, private space to call their own. In addition, you must have your own bedroom and any other occupants in your house must also have their own rooms.

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