Preparing to Adopt a Baby Exposed to Opiates

Q&A with the Experts

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Q: How should adoptive parents prepare when planning to adopt a baby that has been prenatally exposed to opiates?

A: I would say that one important way to prepare for a baby that has been exposed is to get everything in order (at home, work) in order to plan on being at the hospital for an extended period of time (a week up to possibly 6 weeks).

Answer provided by Danielle Goodman who is an adoption social worker with Adoptions From the Heart

For more information on this topic, listen to the Creating a Family radio show First Six Months with an Opiate Exposed Baby.

Image Credit: Daniela Mazzarino

03/04/2018 | by Q&A with the Experts | Categories: Adoption, Adoption Q&A with the Experts | 0 Comments



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