It’s World Wide Wednesday! Here’s what’s news in the world of foster care and adoption around the web:
- The ‘Flip The Script: Adult Adoptee Anthology’ has been released! The book is a diverse compilation of literature and art from adopted persons around the world.
- Four Critical Elements of Connection: All learning begins with connection! Connections on the outside (with other people) actually create and strengthen neural connections within the brain. Eye contact, presence, touch and a playful setting are the four core components required to truly connect with others. Learn how to provide all four essential elements (and why) with this helpful guide.
- Adoption Disruption: The Elephant in the Room
Disruption. I’ve always hated that word when referring to adoption. A movie might be disrupted by a noisy patron; a bus service line might be disrupted by a mechanical failure; sleep might be disrupted by a thunderstorm. But to ‘disrupt’ an adoption signifies something much greater.
- In 2016, America could finally have clear, nationwide information about the success rate of adoptions from foster care. But will it tell the whole story?
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