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Transition from Orphanage to Home - adoptive parenting

What You Need to Know Transcript of our chat with Guest Expert Rita Taddonio on this topic If you are preparing to bring your child home, or have recently arrived home with your child, there are... [more]

New Hampshire State Regulations - Non-Identifying & Identifying Information

Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Adopted adults age 18 or older and adoptive parents may obtain non-identifying information. Obtaining Identifying Information: Adopted adults age 21 or... [more]

Rhode Island State Regulations - Non-Identifying & Identifying Information

Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Adopted adults, birth parents, birth siblings, adoptive parents of a deceased adopted adult, and parents and adult siblings of a deceased birth parent may... [more]

Adoption Chat Transcript - Transition from Orphanage to Home

Chat Transcript with Rita Taddonio, CSW Director of SPARK (Child Development program) at Spence-Chapin Sleeping Transition Guest: What do you think about sleeping arrangements for when you... [more]

Health Insurance for Adopted Children

Guest column by Deborah Ghose © 2002, All Rights Reserved Related Resources ... [more]

State Adoption Specialists

Every state has a specialist who is a resource for information about licensed agencies in the state, homestudy preparers, laws, subsidies, and more. A-M N-W Alabama Dept. of... [more]

Missouri State Laws - Adopting an Adult

Summary: An adult may be adopted, subject to laws that apply to the adoption of a minor.Most Relevant Missouri Statute: Revised Statutes Chapter 453 § 453.010§ 453.090453.010 . Petition... [more]

Adoption Expert Chat Transcript - Adoption and Your Child's Teachers

with Rita Taddonio, CSW Director of SPARK (Child Development program) at Spence-Chapin Opening Remarks America's understanding of adoption has changed from one of secrecy and denial to... [more]

When I Found You Under My Heart - Adoption Poetry

by Rebecca Hernon I looked at your futureIt didn't seem rightI knew we must part My selfish feelings I did fightI love you sobut I knew I must let you goI cried and I criedmy feelings I did hideI... [more]

LifeBooks

What is a LifeBook? A LifeBook is a simple, truthful story written through the child's eyes. It is a record of the child's life from birth that uses words, photos, the child's artwork, and... [more]

Adoption Ability - Not Disability - Disabled Can Adopt

People with disabilities can adopt. It's the law. According to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), many with disabilities qualify to be considered as adoptive parents. It's the law. ... [more]

State Licensing Specialists

Licensing specialists are responsible for maintaining current information on all those involved with child welfare in any way. This includes adoption agencies, foster homes, and group homes. The... [more]

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