Thanksgiving is an opportunity to reflect on everything we’ve been blessed to receive this last year. And as always, American Adoptions certainly has a lot to be grateful for.
Erin, an Adoptive Family Specialist, sat down for a Q & A to discuss APQs, the minimum requirements adoptive families must agree to and the benefit of having an open relationship with the birth family post-adoption.
An adoptive family continued sending pictures and updates to the birth mother for nine years. Then they heard a response.
The adoption specialists at American Adoptions share their favorite moments spent with birth families, adoptive families, and adoptees in 2019.
Happy Thanksgiving! American Adoptions has a lot to feel thankful for all year long, but we wanted to take the opportunity to share what we’re most grateful for this year.
Here at American Adoptions, we’ve spent the last quarter-century helping to create more than 5,000 families and providing the support that thousands of prospective birth mothers needed. And, now, we’re going to do it with a little bit more style.
Our web designers have been …
In honor of National Adoption Day, we wanted to share some of 2017’s adoption statistics from American Adoptions.
There are many myths about foster care & adoption. If you’re considering placing a child for adoption, you should know that adoption with American Adoptions does not mean foster care for your baby.
Many LGBT individuals turn to adoption to bring children into their families, and American Adoptions is honored to help them become parents through our agency.
In order to create more positive open adoption relationships, American Adoptions requires adoptive parents to meet certain newer communication requirements.