Life as a foster parent can be hectic. On top of your everyday worries, there’s probably one more thing that you’re anxious about: visits with the biological parents in foster care.
If you’re part of a long‐distance open adoption, here are some ways that you can manage your relationship.
Humans might not be unique in practicing forms of adoption. Here’s why biologists find this so unusual, and what adoption looks like for our animal relatives.
Adoption home studies require updates at regular intervals and whenever you experience a big life change. Here’s a guide to when you should update your home study, why it needs to be done, and how to do it.
If you are in the middle of the adoption process, you’re probably anxious about how coronavirus could affect you. Here, we are providing some basic information about COVID-19 and how it could impact your adoption.
Placing a child for adoption is an experience full of emotions, and no two people will share the same emotional journey. However, birth parents have commonly expressed sharing variations of these feelings after placement. Here’s what to expect, and ways to cope.
When adoptive moms and dads have worked tirelessly to build the family of their dreams, they could always use some support from their loved ones. Here are some ways you can help them out.
If you’re an adoptee, you’ve probably been told your whole life that every person like you wants to meet their birth parents. But, what if you have no desire to? You’re not alone.
March is National Developmental Disabilities Month. But what does this mean for adoption?
There are adoptive family profiles on so many websites, blogs and social media pages. If you find the family you think will be perfect for your baby, should you reach out online?