As we social distance, birth and adoptive parents may be looking for new ways of staying close. Here are some ideas for virtual gifts for all members of the adoption triad, so you can keep in touch even at a distance.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, we’d like to take a moment to share all we’ve been grateful for over the last 11 months.
It’s easy to find basic information about adoption — but there’s a lot that goes unsaid, too. Here, find the 10 important things that people may never tell you about adoption — but that you need to know.
If you’re an adoptee, then you’re probably wondering where the best place to find people like you on social media is. And if you’re an adoptive family, birth parent, or someone related to the adoption triad, there’s never a bad time to learn about the life of an adoptee
Building a family through adoption can be an exciting, rewarding opportunity. But, for many adoptive families, it can also be a lonely experience. Find a community of families who know what you’re going through here.
No matter what your relationship is to adoption, there’s something we can all learn from one of the most important members of the triad: birth parents.
Whether or not you’re a transracial adoptive parent, it’s key that you understand the experiences of people of color in the United States — especially transracial adoptees. Start your education with these resources.
Hopeful adoptive parents have to meet a number of requirements in order to adopt a child. But can you adopt if you’re renting your home? Here’s what you need to know about home requirements when it comes to the adoption process.
Most modern adoptions take place across state lines, but that can be a source of worry for birth and adoptive parents who are hoping to share a lifelong relationship for the happiness of their child. Here’s how American Adoptions can help.
Adoptee Diana discusses the pros and cons of using “adopt” when referring to pets, highways and everything in between. Find out what the phrase means to her here.