By the end of the adoption process, you will have documented every aspect of your life that can be laid bare on paper—in triplicate. Why is all this paperwork necessary and how do you gather everything?
In this webinar recording, Ketiwe Boahene, Program Assistant at Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children, guides you through the documentation required for completing a home study. Learn how to obtain all the necessary forms, decrees, and documents, and reference letters, what to do when you run into stumbling blocks.
The Adoptive Families “Adoption Paperwork, Explained” Webinar with Ketiwe Boahene, took place on Tuesday, November 17, 1-2pm ET.
Ketiwe Boahene is the Program Assistant at Spence-Chapin Services to Families & Children, in New York City. Her desire to make a difference in children’s lives through systemic changes led her to begin working at Spence in 2008, and she enjoys guiding families through the intricacies of the adoption process. Boahene has a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Law, from Binghamton University.