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Adoption from Foster Care | Is It Possible to Adopt from Foster Care?

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Adoption from Foster Care

Adoption from Foster Care | As you start to consider becoming a resource parent, you may wonder about the possibility of adoption from foster care. Is it possible to adopt a child that you have been fostering, or are there rules in place that prevent that from being an option? Let’s take a look at…

Reasons to Adopt a Child | Common Myths Regarding Adoption from the Foster System

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Reasons to Adopt a Child

3 Common Myths Debunked About Adopting From Foster Care And Reasons To Adopt A Child The reasons to adopt a child are many, and they are all important. Whatever your own reasons may be, they are meaningful to you and provide all the motivation you need to go through the process. Unfortunately, the option of…

Reasons to Adopt | Have You Considered Foster To Adopt?

by Children First FFA

Reasons To Adopt

3 Reasons To Adopt Reasons to Adopt | At Children First FFA, we focus on reuniting foster children with their birth families, whenever possible. This happens in many cases, but it is simply not possible for all children. When a reunion is not going to be a viable option, adoption becomes the new priority. There…

Foster To Adopt | A Biological Child’s Perspective to Adopting a Child

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Foster To Adopt | Adopting a child is a great act that can benefit not only the adopted child but everyone involved as well. With that being said, it is not always an easy transition to make especially for your biological children that are already living in your home. A biological child that now must…

Adopt Children | Adopting Older Kids: Independence vs. Attachment

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Adopt Children

Adopt Children | Adopting Older Kids: Independence vs. Attachment Q: When adopting older kids, how can parents balance the competing goals of creating attachment at the same time as honoring their teens need for independence? A: With patience and empathy.  This can be one of the scariest times for an adoptee.  The unspoken fear of total abandonment…

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