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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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Finding the Missing Pieces

Finding the Missing Pieces

It is natural for adopted children to grieve the life and family they never knew, no matter how old they were when adopted, how open the adoption or how happy their life with the adoptive family.

It is important for families to understand the gains and losses of all members of the adoption circle and to:

  • Recognize the signs of grief in adopted children at different developmental stages
  • Identify situations that may trigger grief responses
  • Develop strategies for helping children grieve their losses
  • Identify resources to help children and families grieve
  • Understand when to seek professional assistance

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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!

Hague Package - China Edition

This package includes 8 courses for a total of 12 credit hours of training on topics required for adoption from China by the Hague Convention.  22% discount when you purchase as a package!

Hague Package

This package includes 5 courses for a total of 10 credit hours of training on topics required for international adoption by the Hague Convention.  17% discount when you purchase as a package.

Finding the Missing Pieces
Credit Hours: 2.0
$35.00
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Asian Child-White Parent

Asian Child-White Parent

We bring together a panel of adults adopted from Asia and parents who adopted transracially from Asia to talk about conversations they’ve had around culture, abandonment, homeland visits and more. They discuss the prejudice and significant rise in racism towards Asians since Covid-19 as well as the loss of identity that Asian children with White parents may experience.

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