Early assessment can make all the difference when a child has learning or language developmental delays.
I am angry at the price my son has to pay for his birth mother's decision to drink while pregnant — but I can't be angry at her.
While they may appear fragile, premature infants are surprisingly resilient. Here's what you need to know about premature baby adoption and care.
The information you need to know, and how to track it down.
Kids' questions about sex are a tad more complicated when adoption is involved. Here, our experts give you the answers you need.
Your preteen just wants to be cool. But how can he, when he's "different"?
If there’s a possibility that the baby you are planning to adopt was exposed to drugs in utero, what should you be prepared for?
Adolescence is tough, but don't worry: our adopted kids' experiences will usually fall well within the bounds of typical teen development.
A little information about your child's medical history goes a long way for finding and preventing risks.
Bonding with your baby is a process, so go with the flow.
Our children learn from us how to express emotions.
There was no time for fun in the orphanage. But at home in America, four-year-old Jesse discovered water balloons, trampolines — and his inner Hercules.
Adoptive Families explores common situations you may face while parenting your adopted teen.
Five of the country's top adoption therapists tell us what we need to know to support our children.
Don't let your preschooler catch you off-guard! Be prepared to talk about the birds, the bees, and adoption.
Imaginative play can bring your preschooler hours of fun — and offer a window into her adoption story.
Not sure when — or how — to bring up adoption with your toddler or preschooler? Here's where to begin.
I’m considering a special-needs adoption. What might a referral indicate?
If the sounds of the world are too much for your child, he may have an auditory processing problem. Learn how to figure it out and find help.
Here's how to tell your child the difficult facts about his adoption in positive, age-appropriate ways...and how to keep the conversation going.