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Important aspects of Florida special needs adoption

Every child deserves a loving home with people who can look after all their needs. But for some, those needs require special care and attention. “Special needs” adoption can mean a variety of different things. Today, we cover important information those considering adoption should know about special needs adoption.

3 things you might not know about adopting siblings

One of the first questions someone looking to adopt will encounter is: “How do you feel about adopting siblings?” For some, the prospect of adopting more than one child can be scary. The idea of doubling the size of their family might be too overwhelming, or they fear they can’t give multiple children the attention they need.

3 things to know about grandparent adoption in Florida

Sometimes, a child’s parent cannot provide the care that the child needs. Maybe they struggle with addiction. Maybe they’ve passed away, or they must serve a prison sentence. Whatever the reason, many grandparents take on the role of parent to ensure their grandchildren can have the life they deserve. They hold a special position in the child’s life, as both grandparent and primary caregiver.

Do adoptive parents get family leave from work?

After going through the long process of adoption - from finding the right agency, to home visits, to bringing your child home - anyone would need a break. Parents looking to adopt may wonder whether they can take the equivalent of maternity or paternity leave from work. By understanding their rights provided by federal law, adoptive parents can better plan for adjustment and bonding time.

How adoption support services can help your new family adjust

New families of any kind go through changes they could never have imagined. Adoptive parents are no different. When the long adoption process is finally over, you might feel overwhelmed by the prospect of finally being a parent. You've probably heard it before, but it's worth saying again: There is nothing wrong with asking for help.

How to spot an adoption scam

In most cases, adoption helps bring a new family together. Adoptive parents go through a rigorous process to ensure that they are ready to bring their child home. Birth mothers can have peace of mind knowing their baby is going to a loving home. But sometimes, an adoptive parent’s hopes are preyed upon by someone with an ulterior motive.

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