This free webinar is organized by Human Rights Campaign’s All Children – All Families and offered on multiple dates (click “See all” above to see all upcoming dates). Foster and adoptive parents are an extremely diverse community of people with one thing in common: the desire to love, nurture and care for children and youth.
ONLINE | 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. CT Tour Korea! is the acclaimed birth country travel experience balanced in adoption and culture that gives you the opportunity to explore the traditions, language and people of Korea, and gain insight into your birth and adoption story while learning about Korea today. For over 30 years, adopted persons and
This workshop is organized by MN Adopt. This workshop will focus on seeing behavior problems as opportunities to better understand the foster or adopted child or youth. We will focus on how understanding the purpose of behavior problems leads us to better interventions and solutions within the family context. Here are some of the behavior
ONLINE | 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CT You’ve decided to adopt and are filled with giddy joy and nervous apprehension for what the future has in store. In your excitement, you tell your family members about your plans. Instead of smiles and support, you’re met with questions and doubt. Even if their concern is
This webinar is hosted by MN Adopt. Parenting and teaching children with an FASD (Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder), can be challenging, especially if adults are using consequence based strategies that work for neuro-typical children. Barb will discuss strategies parents can use, and also that teachers can use in the schools. Join us to try to