The interviews and stories present a realistic picture of the challenges and opportunities that adoptive parents of older children face
This book explores children's thoughts and feelings and provides parents with guidance on how to respond to difficult questions. The book recognizes the emotions and reactions of everyone in the family and includes separate conclusions for parents and children.
This research study examines adopters’ experiences of parenting a large sibling group, as well as the views of staff in adoption agencies who need to recruit and support adopters willing to take siblings.
The author, an adoptive mum, draws on the latest research in psychology, sociology, and medicine to guide parents through all stages of their child's development.
An honest and reassuring account of what it can really be like to be an adoptive parent, this practical hands-on guide will help you prepare for the highs and lows of being a parent and give your child and your family the best chance to flourish.