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Open adoption is a general term that refers to contact between birth and adoptive families. Most domestic infant adoptions today encompass some degree of openness. In several states, open adoption relationships are defined and agreed upon in a legally binding contract. In other states, however, the agreement is an informal one between the parties involved, without the legal underpinnings. Ask your agency or adoption resource which laws will apply to you.

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A Lifebook is a book created for an adopted child that tells his story, before and after adoption.  It helps children place foster care or adoption in the context of their life experiences.

The Lifebooks Course helps adoptive families:

  • Understand the purpose of a Lifebook and the need to start or to continue to develop one
  • Learn the difference between baby books, scrap books, and Lifebooks
  • Identify the components of a Lifebook
  • Identify situations that may benefit from employing Lifebooks
  • Develop some pages of your adopted child's Lifebook
  • Understand the importance of Lifebooks as a lifelong project

This product is part of the following package:

Domestic Infant Adoption Package - 16 Credit Hours

A comprehensive set of courses to help prospective adoptive parents understand the joys and challenges of domestic adoption. 20% discount when you purchase as a package!

Credit Hours: 1.5
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Perspectives on Transracial Adoption

Thursday May 10, 2018
8:00 PM Central Time
Perspectives on Transracial Adoption

Join us for a moderated panel of people who were transracially placed. Our panelists come from varied backgrounds. Some were adopted internationally while others were adopted as infants domestically or through the foster care system.

They will reflect back to their childhood as well as comment on their current feelings about being transracially adopted.

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