Posts Tagged ‘Poland adoption’

October…Down Syndrome Awareness Month

As October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month we are taking a look at different people’s thoughts in regards to children with Down Syndrome.  Around the world we see different perspectives on children with special needs.  “Unfortunately, for many people with Down syndrome, the biggest obstacle that they face growing up today is the society in which Read more…

Children with FASD and their potential

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Meet Paige, she is 3, she is cheerful and easily establishes relationships with adults and children.  Paige has signs of FAS, however despite Paige’s challenges she continues to learn and grow. 1.  To learn more about our precious children amanda.m@chiadopt.org and jill.d@chiadopt.org  2. Texas Christian Institute; The Institute of Child Development Read more…

Down Syndrome does not Define ME!!!!

“I Won’t Let My Daughter With Down Syndrome Be Defined By A ‘List’” “When my daughter was diagnosed with Down syndrome, I was given a list. A list of potential features and problems to expect. This list is cold, emotionless and almost comes across as grotesque if you are reading it with fear already in Read more…

Stability within Sibling Group Adoption

Sibling Group Adoption Why It’s So Important, Why You Should Consider It “Sibling group adoption is a powerful way to bless not only the children involved, but the children you already have in your home and yourselves as well. That’s because there is nothing so powerful, and so important than the relationships we have with Read more…

Not Too Old To Be Loved

Youth Are Never Too Old to Be Adopted By Cynthia Flynn and Wendy Welch “You are never too old to be adopted,” said one young woman during an interview for a recently completed study on successful adolescent adoptions. “It’s the most important thing that happened to me,” said another adoptee. “I got a family and Read more…

Adopting an Older Child

When the waiting child files come in to the office we excitedly peruse the medical information and photos and scurry to get the word out so that we can find a family! The toddlers are all adorable and the children with more severe medical needs can be heartbreaking. But the older kids, the older kids Read more…

Look at What We Can Do!

In all of our programs worldwide we have children with down syndrome waiting to be adopted. These children range in age from about one year on up. Many of these children have been placed in institutions because of their extra chromosome. They have no real future without a family. October is Down Syndrome awareness month Read more…

Countries with Waiting Siblings

In many countries, local families can generally only afford to adopt one child at a time.  As a result, there are many wonderful sibling groups waiting for families in countries like Colombia, Poland and Ethiopia.  These children generally range in age from 3 to 13 years in age.   Siblings who have experienced the trauma Read more…