64% of Americans surveyed report personal experience with adoption. Either themselves, their family or close friends have been touched by adoption. (Dave Thomas Foundation Adoption Attitudes Survey, 2002)
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Focusing specifically on the treatment of women considering an adoption plan for their baby, this course covers social workers' ethical considerations in infant adoption. Key principles of social work and child welfare are explored and then applied to real life scenarios.
This course will help professionals:
"I really enjoyed this presentation. I retired as the social worker for the perinatal and obstetrics unit in a major hospital working in that department for 15 years. I intend to call the unit tomorrow and ask the manager to have all the social workers and the nursing staff to take this course. Thanks for your help."
- Agnes A. Owens, ACSW, Morning Star Adoption Center
Join moderator Leah Bloom, LMFT, a faculty member at the Chicago Center For Family Health and an adult internationally adopted person, as she leads our panel through a discussion about the intricacies of identity formation within an adopted individual. Martha Osborne, founder of RainbowKids and a domestically adopted individual will be one of four people sharing personal experiences and insights into growing up adopted.