Child Adoption: A Guidebook for Adoptive Parents and Their Advisors (Paperback)
  • Child Adoption: A Guidebook for Adoptive Parents and Their Advisors (Paperback)

Child Adoption: A Guidebook for Adoptive Parents and Their Advisors (Paperback)

Paperback 118 Pages / Published: 01/11/1996
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Child Adoption is a straightforward, concise and comprehensive guide which adoptive parents and the professionals who advise them will find invaluable. R.A.C. Hoksbergen covers the practical and emotional issues and possible problems which affect child and parents in adoption, such as:

* preparation of the family and the child

* adopting from different races or cultures, and dealing with discrimination

* helping the child adjust to school

* discussing the adoptive status with the child.

This handbook provides much-needed information so that everyone involved in the adoption process can make educated and fully thought-out decisions. It is invaluable reading for any professional involved in the process of adoption including adoption workers and lawyers, social workers and couples who are considering adoption.

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9781853024153
Number of pages: 118
Weight: 206 g
Dimensions: 233 x 158 x 6 mm

Here is a truly international perspective, perceptive, gentle, humorous and ironic. The views and utterances of adoptive children and adults who were adopted in childhood, are particularly enlightening....a welcome addition to the learning material of adoption educators and trainers. -- Issues in Social Work Education
Covers a whole range of issues related to adoption. The book is indeed very useful for couples preparing for international adoption, especially when they are preparing for a home-study or when a home-study is already in progress. The book is well worth reading. The book contains a welath of information, is very concise and the list of references makes it easy to find more information on the subjects touched upon in the book. -- Adoption UK
This book will be of interest to all professionals dealing with adoption, as it outlines possible problems realistically and backs up its case with plenty of research. I would recommend it to all trans-racial adopters unreservedly. -- Child Care in Practice
The book is informative, non-judgemental, and sensitive to the initial problems for both adopters and adoptees. Its contents are supported by research and from the writer's own experiences of over 20 years of work in this area... The advice given can be of help to those adopting in many situations. My experience, having read the book, is that it achieves what it set out to do. For anyone who feels they need information or guidelines to adoption this is a book that is worth reading, especially if you work in this field. -- Psychotherapy and Counselling
An informative, comprehensive guide to the possible challenges of adoption. -- Parentwise

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