Tag Archives: Development & Learning

Cover of one volume of The Adoption Club: Therapeutic Workbook Series

[Book Review] The Adoption Club: Therapeutic Workbook Series

A versatile tool to help adoptees work through feelings and find their voice.

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Fear of Developmental Delays

“Bringing Him Home”

The medical report faxed to us said our son could "speak in full sentences" and proclaimed him healthy. So who was this eerily quiet toddler on the exam table?

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Is This Normal? Speech Delays, Learning Disabilities, and Complications

What do I do if my child has emotional, behavioral, or academic problems?

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A young girl with ADHD in foster care

Kids in Foster Care Diagnosed with ADHD at Higher Rates

A new study examines attention deficit in children living in foster care.

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Three adopted children, engaging in one of several common play scenarios

The Games They Play

Along with tea parties and superheroes, our children may incorporate themes like birth and adoption into their play.

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A child overcoming a speech delay

Talk to Me! — Treating Speech Delays in Adopted Children

Concerned about your child's speech or language development? About 10 percent of all children have difficulties in this area. But early intervention can turn the most reluctant talker into a chatterbox.

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