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Information and education for adoptive parents meeting everyday and unusual challenges. Find resources to help you team up with doctors, teachers, and therapists. Hear what others have to say about the search for birthfamily and other sensitive issues.

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Information & Resources

Adoption Language

The way we talk about adoption has evolved over time as we become more aware of the complexities of our relationships and the way children and adults react to words, nuances, and connotations. Resources for present and future parents, families, teachers.

Adoptive Fathers

Adoptive fathers, like fathers in all families, play a special role and bond in a special way with their children. Resources and information.

Child Health & Development

Information and resources pertaining to developmental, emotional, mental, and physical health issues of concern to parents, including Attachment Disorder, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, drug addiction, ADD, attitudes, and behaviors.

Parenting Concerns

Topics of concern to adoptive parents include the search for birthfamily, dealing with stresses, and the interaction between siblings. Find resources and information for these and other situations.

Parenting in Difficult Situations

Children with special challenges, those exhibiting unusual behaviors, and those adopted at older ages may require special parenting skills. Find resources, information, and first-hand accounts from parents and child-care specialists.

Parenting Skills Plus

Information and resources for parents who may require additional skills to meet the challenges of adoption across racial and cultural lines, during times of family stress, and when of children adopted across racial and cultural lines, and for parents of c

Post-Adoption Resources

Practical Help

Articles offering information to help parents with many of the needs their children may have, including finding professionals, hair care for AA and bi/multiracial children, identity, and others.

Support Groups

Support groups for adoptive parents and families.

Talking to Kids

Professional counselors and parents offer suggestions and recommendations for talking to children (and others) about adoption, sex, and infertility. When to tell a child, how to tell a child, and advice on handling awkward or uninformed questions from we

Things to Do With Your Kids

Great suggestions for adoptive and foster families. Adopted and foster kids can do everything other kids can... and more!

Understanding Your Child

Adopted children, from infants to older children, may have a variety of needs and concerns. Parents must be aware of potential issues, including grief and loss, anger, and identity, in order to help their children develop and grow.

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Michael - 21 hours ago
AM Michael from Uganda and am 26years old, I have never seen my parents since I was born and spent most of time on the streets. I later got a good Samaritan who paid my college fees and I finished. now am stranded looking for any family or person to adopt me in any Scandinavian country, I will really love them. contact is xxxxx03 or mail me at xxxx #1
Sarah - 1 month ago
To whom I concern My name is Sarah Kelly and I"m 37 years old and I don't have my parents and I really want to be adopted by a different family that lives in Plympton and I really want this really to show how much I love them thanks for time. Sarah Kelly #2
lia - 2 years ago
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they take he adoptees rights fromthem and then call them awful people I don't understand that #3
Jessica - 2 years ago
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My mom was adopted at 8 months old, to two very wonderful people. My mom was born in the Good Sumeritan Hospital in Nampa, ID. On July 13, 1960 birth name Evelyn Marie Mireles. Her mother Dolly Thompson Mireles was 26(born Vancover, Wa. 1934). Her dad, Juan Jose Mireles was 34(born Brownsville, TX. 1926). They married and devorced quickly(1xxxxx/61). There is a possible sibling born within a few years of 'Evelyn 1960'. Looking for possible family members. #4
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