World Wide Wednesday, April 30, 2014

It’s World Wide Wednesday! Here’s what’s happening the world of foster care and adoption around the web:


  • Newsletter Highlights Importance of Permanency and Relationships: The most recent issue of The Roundtable, published by the National Resource Center for Adoption, focuses on the importance of relationships. Articles cover the following topics: improving education outcomes for children who have been adopted or placed in guardianships; sibling contact; relationships in Native American families; adoption and guardianship with relatives.
  • Glossary Available for Caregivers of Youth with Special Needs: Health insurance jargon is not easy to understand, especially if you are a caregiver of a special needs child. This glossary provided by Family Voices can help.

  • Is My Child’s Anger Normal?: How to tell if outbursts or aggression are beyond typical behavior. (Continue Reading)
  • Program Supports Families with Adoption: Dr. Mary Staat founded Cincinnati Children’s International Adoption Center, a program that offers adoptive parents a safety net. Therapists work with parents before, during and after an adoption. NBC’s national correspondent Kate Snow reports.

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