Adoption: Changing Lives in Lancashire
12:30pm 10th November 2014
All month on 2BR, we're looking at adoption from different angles and how the process has changed the lives of people across the county.
Today we hear from Louise Boden who was adopted as a young girl. She doesn't remember a time before her adoptive parents but says she knows it was the best thing for her. She recently lost her adoptive mother - something Louise found particularly difficult as she had been her mothers carer for the last few years of her life.
Louise shared her experience of adoption with us, listen below...
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