Adopting a Foster Child
While many family planning Floridians are aware of the existence of adoption agencies in the state, not all understand the process. Bringing a foster child to a permanent family can be a positive, but also an exhausting time of life. Helping a new family member adapt to daily routines can be difficult; in addition to the tedious process of foster care adoption, new environments may seem overwhelming to a child. Nonetheless, a sufficient amount of time and consideration will make the transition go all the smoother.
With numerous children looking for homes, foster adoption has seen increases yet there remains a misconception that these children tend to have severe behavioral issues. It’s worth remembering that many of these children come from homes where there has been abuse and neglect. It takes work but adopting a foster child can be an incredibly rewarding experience for both the adoptive parent and the child being welcomed into a loving home.
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