Adoption Nutrition: The Transition Diet

The transition diet helps bridge the gap between your child’s native diet and what eventually will become her regular diet at home. The goal is to provide calories for growth and to encourage your child to eat without a battle. While providing nutritious foods during this transition is optimal, it’s

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Homeland Tour Panel Follow Up Questions

There were some follow up questions for our Homeland Tour Webinar panel, so Tessa, Tara and Judy have answered a few here!Tessa, you mentioned that there were some emotional experiences you had during your trip. Would you mind describing some of those? Did you feel that the trip helped you

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Meet The Team - Kirby Lindgren

Our Meet the Team posts will give you some info on who we are and what we do. Now, when you get emails from us or read our social media posts, you'll know who you're hearing from!Meet Kirby LindgrenKirby has been with Adoption Learning Partners since 2012. He says he

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It Doesn't Stop With Nutrition

MALNUTRITION RISK FACTORS Internationally adopted children are at risk for malnutrition for many reasons. Some of the contributing factors are prenatal: prenatal health of the birth mother, prenatal diet, and prenatal infections, for example. Other contributing factors occur while the child is institutionalized (even if in a foster home). Institutionalized children

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Discussion, advice and a few of our favorite experts. All for families formed through adoption.