Members of FAC work regularly with birth parents. This interaction may take one of several forms. Birth parents might seek assistance with an adoptive placement from a member who is a placing entity. Other birth parents may seek legal representation from an FAC member for advice in a placement situation. Birth parents may need counseling or social support services from counselors or social workers who are FAC members.
In the Declaration of Independence penned by Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, the bold statement is made that “all men are created equal.” While that may be the case for humans, the same thing cannot be said for adoption home studies. In fact, the home study process varies greatly from home study provider to home study […]
For parents, having “the talk” with their child is a challenge that is often put off because it is an awkward topic. Adoptive parents have an even more daunting task. For them, “the talk” is not about the birds and the bees but about how their child came to be their child.
Many Florida families are growing thru something called an intervention. There is a time between when a child has been removed from their home and before parental rights have been terminated that an intervention can occur.