Resources for Child Health
Are you struggling to understand your adopted child? Children who have experienced trauma may need attachment therapy to build a secure emotional attachment.
Before you take your adopted child to the doctor for the first time, check out these helpful resources. Learn the potential development issues or disorders your child may have.
This is a collection of helpful resources and suggestions for parents of a child with cerebral palsy. These tips will help you care for your child in the best way possible.
One of the hardest things to talk about with your adopted child is the trauma of sexual abuse. Learn practical suggestions for dealing with a suffering child, as well as how to comfort and support him or her.
Does your adopted child have asthma? 24% of children adopted from foster care have been diagnosed with asthma. Here you'll find a comprehensive list of resources and information to help parents.
Do you suspect your adopted child is developmentally delayed? Learn about the free early intervention services in your state and request an evaluation.
Here you'll find resources for parenting an adopted child with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Discover how to find services and support.
Finding an adoption-competent mental health provider can be challenging. Here's how to search for the right mental health provider or therapist for your adopted child
These are important questions to consider before adopting a child with HIV/AIDS. We offer answers and resources, and explain the importance of a support network.
Most adopted children live healthy lives, but sometimes early life circumstances cause issues. Learn how to help your adopted child through their mental and emotional health problems.
Two adoptive moms provide wisdom about how to deal with malnourishment in recently-adopted children.
If you adopted your child internationally, you should schedule a medical exam immediately. Here's your post-adoption health checklist.