Adopting from Foster Care

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What is the process for adopting from foster care? How long does it take? Do you have to foster first? Can you adopt a child from another state? Should you work with a private or public agency? Jennifer Deazvedo, waiting child adoption coordinator for Children’s Connection Inc.; Dr. Dixie Davis, Executive Director of The Adoption Exchange and the Wednesday’s Child Foundation which recruits families for children in foster care; and Jennifer M. Phillips, adoption supervisor with Lutheran Social Services of Southern New England answer these questions and more in this course on adopting from foster care.

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