Children view adoption differently depending on their age. Sometimes adopted children need help filling in emotional and psychological gaps. Learn how to talk to your adopted child at each stage of development.
Are you worried about how your adopted child will adjust to the changes of your home? We offer concrete tips to ease the adjustment process for everyone in your family.
When should you seek professional help for your adoption challenges? We have your comprehensive collection of post-adoption resources to ensure you get the help you need - no matter what you're facing.
Lifebooks are an irreplaceable gift to adopted children, providing them with a vital link to their history before they joined your family. Similar to a scrapbook, they often contain photographs or important documents and letters.
When adoptive children know that their parents truly love them for who they are, including race, ethnicity, and culture, it creates an atmosphere of honesty and acceptance. This article shows adoptive parents how to incorporate diversity into their family.
Adoption is, at its core, a legally binding arrangement. There are lots of logistics you'll need to consider when you bring an adoptive child into your home. We offer resources on family leave, childcare, birth certifications, U.S. citizenship, tax credits, updating your will, and more.
We offer straightforward tips for parenting anyone from a newborn to a teenager. Learn ways to use activities to deal with sensory issues or how to cope with the stressful holiday season.
Adopted children often encounter unique educational challenges. We offer strategies to help your child experience safety in their new school environment, so they can successfully learn and develop new friendships.
Are you struggling with depression after your adoption is finalized? Parents usually don't expect to feel negative emotions. Learn what these are and why you're not alone.
Is your adopted child being teased or bullied at school? A child development expert walks you through answers you can teach your child to respond to tough questions.