Tag Archives: Adopting Teenagers

Adopting From China: About the Children, Next Steps for Families

“The need is greater than ever for families to adopt from China” says WACAP Case Manager Lindsey Gilbert. Find out why, and what families need to know about their homestudy! Continue reading

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Reality, Not Romance

Last fall I met a young man adopted internationally. He had been home for one year, and I was taken by his maturity and language development. He is a young teenager, and I was getting to know him a bit … Continue reading

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Seeing Children in Foster Care Through a Different Lens

Bryan likes remote controlled gadgets: cars, boats, planes. When WACAP met him recently to film his video segment for our “A Family for Me” program, the meeting place was easily determined: a park, with a pond, and an RC boat. … Continue reading

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Saturday Snapshot: Now More Than Ever …

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If Not Us, Then Who?

Visiting orphanages must be the highlight of any of my international trips, and I certainly enjoyed today’s trip to meet some teenagers in Vratsa, Bulgaria. Meeting youth in each country, and discovering their unique humanity, inspires me. On the other … Continue reading

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