Trying to decide between adoption and surrogacy as your path to parenthood? Here are 5 questions you should ask yourself to help you determine which is right for you.
Adoption is a complex subject. There are so many perspectives and so much to learn. If you’re a big reader with an interest in adoption, these five page-turners will make the perfect addition to your summer reading list.
Modern video games continue to simulate real‐life experiences every year. But what about going so far as recreating an adoption? While there are only a few options, find out what the best games with adoption elements are here and what to keep an eye out for if you’re looking for a realistic experience.
Social workers represent hope and change for adoptive parents, prospective birth parents, children and all kinds of families in your community. Waiting adoptive mom Jill discusses meaningful ways to thank social workers during National Social Work Month!
It’s the most wonderful, and most generous, time of the year. Americans make more charitable donations during the holiday season than any other time of the year. Here’s how you can support adoption during the holidays.
Legal guardianship can be a great path for a parent when they cannot provide the opportunities and support they want their son or daughter to have. By placing their child with a guardian, they not only give their child a loving and welcoming home …
As the school year approaches yet again, teachers are preparing to welcome an ever-increasing diversity of students and families into their classrooms. The makeup of the American …
Deciding which family-building option to pursue as hopeful parents? American Adoptions breaks down all the paths available to you to help you choose the one that’s best for your family.
Being a birth parent isn’t easy. Respect their space. Refrain from making assumptions, and remember a compliment and an open heart can go a long way!
If you’re thinking about starting the adoption process, the question may have crossed your mind at one point or another: Can anyone adopt a child?