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The Resource Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four, Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza

Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four, Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza

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Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four
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Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four
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Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza
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eng
Summary
Are you thinking of adopting an older child? There are 200,000 plus hoping for families in the U.S. alone and more worldwide. Adopting an older child, though, presents a unique set of parenting issues as well as rewards. Adopting Older Children highlights the most significant challenges when parenting older adoptees who face mental health, behavioral and educational issues. Included is critical information about developmental issues that may arise for the adoptee, issues related to the adoptee's emerging sense of self, sexual orientation and cultural identity and other special needs that an adoptee may have. -- back cover
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YDXCP
Dewey number
362.7/34
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV875
LC item number
.B67 2014
Literary form
non fiction
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Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four, Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza
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Adopting older children :a practical guide to adopting and parenting children over age four, Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza
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Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Introduction; Chapter 1: Deciding to Adopt an Older Child; Chapter 2: Who Can Adopt an Older Child?; Chapter 3: Adopting Within the United States; Chapter 4: Intercountry Adoption; Chapter 5: Post-Adoption Services; Chapter 6: Welcoming Your Child Home; Chapter 7: Adoptive Families are "Real" Families-Educating Friends and Family about Older Child Adoption; Chapter 8: Multicultural and Multiracial Adoptive Families; Chapter 9: Sibling Relationships; Chapter 10: Navigating Biological Family Relationships and Understanding Adoption; Chapter 11: The Traumatized Child
  • Chapter 12: Grief and Loss in Adopted Children; Chapter 13: Attachment and Adoption; Chapter 14: Emerging Sense of Self; Chapter 15: Mental Health; Chapter 16: Physical Health; Chapter 17: Development and Learning; Chapter 18: Parenting Methods to Build Your Child's Resilience and Enhance Behavioral Functioning; Chapter 19: The Strengths of Adoptive Parents; Chapter 20: The Importance of Social Support and Community; Chapter 21: Adoptive Parents' Self-Care; Chapter 22: Help for Adoptive Parents Dealing with Serious Issues; Conclusion; Appendix: Recommended Resources by Chapter; Notes
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22 cm
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Extent
xvii, 281 pages
Isbn
9780882824826
Lccn
2014938451
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(OCoLC)879244474

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