Parents have a long time to prepare for the addition of a child through adoption—sometimes a very very long time. Children to be adopted are often given very short notice of this life altering change. How can parents help prepare their child to be adopted for this change. What is reasonable to ask of orphanage workers, agency personnel and case workers? What works? Our guest are Rhonda Jarema, Director of Support Services with Nightlight Christian Adoptions and mom through adoption of five kids; and Whitney White, International Education Counselor with Lifeline Children’s Services. adoption, international adoption, domestic adoption, adopting from Ethiopia, adopting from Russia, adopting from China, adopting from Korea, adopting an older child, infant adoption, adopting from Ghana, adopting from Kenya, adopting from the Congo
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