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And the Winners Are...
We've selected our favorites from the thousands of photos you submitted for this year’s contest, like adorable Laney Ana, featured on the cover, at left. See the rest at adoptivefamilies.com/photocontest.
Now YOU be the judge! The editors of AF have selected more great shots to feature in our online Readers' Choice Photo Contest. Vote for the shot you think deserves top honors.
Speech and Language
When should you have your child's vision and hearing screened? What's Early Intervention and can it help? Browse our resources, articles, and websites to help you help your child succeed.
Gifts That Give Back
In the spirit of giving, continue your holiday
shopping at adoptivefamilies.com/givingback. You'll find even more gifts, calendars, and cards that benefit children's charities worldwide—and will put a smile on your recipient's face.
Take your cue from National Adoption Month and become an advocate for our families! We make it easy to promote adoption in your community, workplace, and child's school, with articles, printable handouts, and sample letters.
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