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Posted @ 1/11/2019 5:00 PM By blog editor
Considering heritage travel with your child? Here are 10 tips from a WACAP family ...
Posted @ 12/28/2018 5:00 PM By blog editor
For foster and adoptive families of LGBTQ youth, here are three resources recommended by WACAP and the Human Rights Campaign, All Children, All Families.
Posted @ 12/3/2018 5:00 PM By blog editor
As you build your support network, here are some tips, resources and links you may find helpful:
Posted @ 11/16/2018 8:00 AM By blog editor
Greg Eubanks shares concepts from a trauma-informed model called Trust Based Relational Interventions (TBRI®) and in this post, encourages foster and adoptive families that their stories aren't over, no matter how tough it gets.
Posted @ 10/2/2018 12:00 PM By blog editor
Need a resource you can share with your child's teachers that talks about how adoption, foster care, trauma, and transition can impact your child in the classroom?
Posted @ 9/9/2018 12:00 PM By blog editor
Parents of 11, with over 25 grandchildren and great children, talk about parenting, their family built through birth and adoption, hurdles they've faced, and the legacy they're all part of... love in this podcast ...
Posted @ 9/5/2018 12:00 PM By blog editor
Lifebooks help bridge a child’s past, present and future. Learn more about them here, with links to Lifebook sample pages, resources and tips that will help you create a lifebook with your child.
Posted @ 7/30/2018 1:30 PM By blog editor
WACAP's clinical director discusses the events, news, and crises impacting children of color and their parents in today's society, and she offers seven suggestions to help parents respond to and connect with their transracially adopted kids.
Posted @ 7/19/2018 12:00 PM By blog editor
A candid discussion about adoption, race and identity with Jacob, adopted from Colombia in the mid '80s. Learn about his experience growing up adopted as a child of color in a predominately white neighborhood, and what, looking back as an adult, he wishes his parents had known as he was grappling with questions about where he belonged.
Posted @ 1/1/2018 12:00 PM By blog editor
Connections to birth country, culture and language are as important for international adoptees as they are complex. As families have conversations about heritage and heritage travel, it's important that everyone is part of conversation.