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The process for international adoption changed significantly with the April 1, 2008 U.S. implementation of the Hague Adoption Convention. This international treaty has been signed by approximately 75 countries. It is designed to protect the interests of all parties in adoption and to prevent the abduction or sale of children.

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Discipline and the Adopted Child: Ain't Misbehavin'

Discipline and the Adopted Child: Ain't Misbehavin'

Children will act up at times; Parents will get frustrated with their children's behavior. It's just part of being a kid and being a parent.  As an adoptive family, how do you decide what role adoption and a child's early or prenatal history play in contributing to difficult behavior?

Ain't Misbehavin' helps parents better understand potential causes for challenging behaviors and develop effective adoption friendly discipline plans to address them. By encouraging children to make better behavioral choices, effective discipline results in happier, more connected families.

  • Understand the impact of your child's history on his behavior
  • Understand why discipline is preferable to punishment, especially for adopted children
  • Assess the effectiveness of different discipline strategies
  • Develop a specific plan for your family

This product is part of the following package:

Florida Adoption Center Package 1

This package includes the courses: Becoming Your Child's Best Advocate, Discipline and the Adopted Child, Finding The Missing Pieces, Let's Talk Adoption, Open Adoption 101, The Journey of Attachment and Tough Starts: Treatment Matters for a total of 13 credit hours of training on topics required for Florida Adoption Center.

Discipline and the Adopted Child: Ain't Misbehavin'
Credit Hours: 2.0
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Social Media and the Adopted Child

Thursday March 22, 2018
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Social Media and the Adopted Child

Social media has revolutionized the way we connect with one another. This has meant that open adoption communication is more convenient than ever before. Social media, along with tools such as Google, can also mean that your tween or teen may be searching for information or birth relatives online. It also means she could be approached online by a birth relativeā€¦or someone posing as one. The possibilities are both exciting and terrifying.

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