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There were about 500,000 kids in foster care in the US in 2009. There were 2.6 million kids in permanent formal kinship care as of 2009, not counting a large number in informal (e.g. not court ordered) kinship care. (Source: AFCARS)

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Maintaining Connections

Maintaining Connections

A fear they will not be able to maintain connections with their birth families and their past may cause a teen to react negatively to an adoptive family.

Created by the Family Connections Project through Adoptions Unlimited, Inc., this course will help child welfare professionals:

  • Recognize the benefits to older youth of maintaining connections with their birth family
  • Explain to youth that they can be adopted and still maintain contact with birth family members

Please note: No certificate of completion is available for this course.

Maintaining Connections
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Identity in Adoption: Mirrors and Windows

Thursday May 7, 2015
7:00 PM Central Time
Identity in Adoption: Mirrors and Windows

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.

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