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Adoption Parenting Pathways (APP) is a search tool that enables adoptive parents to find local and online resources to specifically meet their family's needs.

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Creating an Adoption Profile that Works

Creating an Adoption Profile that Works

For many hoping to adopt an infant domestically, the job of creating an adoption profile is a daunting task.  What should you say?  What should you avoid?  How can you stand out from the crowd?

Make the first step in connecting with expectant parents considering adoption a good one by creating a compelling profile that truly highlights who you are.  If your adoption profile creatively expresses who you really are, expectant parents get a window into your life and therefore a reason to connect with you specifically.

This course:

  • Offers tips on what to include in your profile
  • Includes interactive exercises to help you craft your own story
  • Helps you think about possible connection points to highlight in your profile
  • Includes research on what works and what doesn't (i.e. profile Do's and Don'ts)

This product is part of the following package:

Domestic Infant Adoption Package - 6 Credit Hours

This package will help prospective adoptive parents create a profile, understand open adoption and discuss adoption with their children. 14% discount when purchased as a package!

Creating an Adoption Profile that Works
Credit Hours: 2.0
$40.00
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Black Children and Mental Health

Black Children and Mental Health

In this webinar, The Cradle’s Our Children initiative brings together a panel of therapists and parents to discuss the stigma that exists around mental health and why the rate of Black families seeking mental health care and treatment is much lower than White families. They talk about why mental health services should be designed with cultural and social nuances in mind as well as the upward trend in mental health needs as Covid-19 has interrupted the lives of so many kids and limited their social activities.

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