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The process for international adoption changed significantly with the April 1, 2008 U.S. implementation of the Hague Adoption Convention. This international treaty has been signed by approximately 75 countries. It is designed to protect the interests of all parties in adoption and to prevent the abduction or sale of children.

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We're Home! Now What? For Parents of Newly Adopted Toddlers/Preschoolers

We're Home! Now What? For Parents of Newly Adopted Toddlers/Preschoolers

Your long awaited international arrival has happened and your new family is formed. Hooray! After the excitement has worn off, reality of this new life settles in.

Now what?

This course was designed to address immediate issues families face while getting to know one another. Practical suggestions included relate to:

  • Language
  • Sleeping
  • Eating
  • Discipline
  • Attachment
  • Medical care

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This product is part of the following 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!

We're Home! Now What? For Parents of Newly Adopted Toddlers/Preschoolers
Credit Hours: 1.0
$20.00
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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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