June 24, 2015

June News from Project Wait No Longer

Each month Project Wait No Longer offers updates and insights through its very popular newsletter.  You can sign up to receive it directly in your good old fashioned U.S.P.S. Read More

June 12, 2015

Barker Goes Nats 2015

The Barker Adoption Foundation went out to the ballgame on Sunday, June 7, for the third annual “Barker Goes Nats!” event. Barker received the Washington National’s Spirit Award and hosted a celebratory event for over 300 Barker friends and families. Read More

June 10, 2015

One Social Worker's View of the Homestudy

As an adoptive parent who has lived through a home study and as a social worker that has conducted them, I am delighted to share some of my thoughts about the home study process. I am convinced that it is one of the most misunderstood aspects of adoption. Surrounded by myths and horror stories, it is too often viewed by prospective adoptive parents as a tortuous ordeal perpetrated by social workers. Read More

March 10, 2015

Register for this FREE Expert Q&A Webinar: Sound Sleep Strategies for Adoptive Families

Register for this free resource provided by Adoptive Families Magazine -  Expert Q&A Webinar: Sound Sleep Strategies for Adoptive Families. It will be held on March 24th from 1pm to 2pm EDT. Read More

February 25, 2015

From Foster Care To Freshman Year

This story, From Foster Care to Freshman Year, was covered by NPR in early January. Read More

January 27, 2015

Family's holiday card goes viral for all the right reasons

Link: Family's holiday card goes viral for all the right reasons Read More

December 19, 2014

What adoptive parents will want to know about the new ANNIE movie

Of course one of the movies I am so excited to see this holiday season is the new ANNIE. I have spoken to several families who have adopted through our program who are also interested in bringing their kids to see the movie. Read More

December 3, 2014

‘I’ve always wanted a place to call home’

Link: ‘I’ve always wanted a place to call home’ Read More

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