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Synonyms for adoptive

of parents and children

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acquired as your own by free choice

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The council currently places around 15 children into adoptive homes every year but is seeking to recruit more adopters, particularly for sibling groups and older children.
The group will bring together experienced adoptive parents who are determined to make a difference in shaping adoption services both locally and nationally, putting their knowledge and experience to good use for those families on the start of their adoptive journey.
There is an in-depth assessment and approval process for adoptive parents but we welcome adoptive families from all walks of life and backgrounds.
Cancer Immunotherapy: immune checkpoint inhibitors, cancer vaccines, and adoptive T-cell therapies covers three principle therapies that have been in the works for cancer patients.
The displays include a biography on each child along with foster and adoptive parenting information.
Adoptive parent and author Sally Bacchetta wrote the book in response to a need common among adoptive families.
The National Adoption Service for Wales will increase the pool of adoptive families, raise awareness of the problems facing adopted children and provide more post-adoption support.
Adoptive parents come from all walks of life from older people whose families have grown up to childless couples, single people to same sex couples and people from other ethnic groups, both within and outside of South Tyneside.
Which it is why it is concerning that children in care locally may have to wait almost two years to find an adoptive family.
The would-be adoptive mother is the doctor's cousin, reports said.
Right now there are thousands of children waiting to find an adoptive family.
There are children in the city of all ages waiting for loving, stable adoptive families.
This article presents the findings from research undertaken to understand the motivations and attitudes of prospective intercountry adoptive parents and intercountry adoptive parents living in Australia.
The traditional model of domestic adoption in the UK and USA as a form of family substitution has been replaced with an expectation of ongoing contact and openness between the adoptive and birth family.