Choosing to work with a prospective birth mother or adoptive parents that you know can be an exciting decision, but also one that comes with several serious considerations.
New restrictions and regulations on international adoption have made it more difficult than ever for American families to adopt overseas. Join us in signing a petition asking for change from the White House.
How do you find biological siblings if you have no point of contact or other birth family to ask? This can be a complicated process, but here are five tips for getting started.
People shame birth moms for being “tricked” into the decision that they carefully and thoughtfully made, and they give unsolicited opinions or criticism regarding a birth mother’s adoption decision. You can speak out against birth mom shaming, and offer your support.
Talking to a prospective birth mother or adoptive parent for the first time can be intimidating, but here are some helpful guidelines to make your meeting a success.
It takes a lot of planning before you can start the adoption process and bring your child home. This adoption preparation checklist is a good place to start.
Choosing to add an adopted child into your family is a big decision, and it’s important that you’re doing it for the right reason. If these reasons are one of yours, you may reconsider this family-building process.
March is National Social Work Month, and American Adoptions celebrates all of the hardworking professionals that have created beautiful adoption stories and relationships.
Are you considering adopting a child? Here are five signs that you might be ready.
Understanding who is covered under which health insurance policy can seem daunting when you’re first learning about the adoption process, but it’s usually simpler than it seems.