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INSTITUTE SEEKS ADOPTIVE PARENTS FOR NEW STUDY ON FAMILY DIVERSITY
The Donaldson Adoption Institute is seeking parents in every type of adoption to explore different types of adoptive families (e.g., heterosexual versus sexual minority families; inracial versus transracial families; single-parent versus two-parent families; families involved in varying levels of openness, etc.) for a new study on family diversity issues. Participants (one per family) are asked to fill out a 30-minute questionnaire on their experiences, beliefs and needs. By increasing our knowledge about adoptive family diversity, we hope to enhance training of adoption professionals and improve services for children and their parents. Fill out the survey online at https: // www. research .net /s/ZK8T7Y8 (broken link), or email David Brodzinsky, Ph.D. for a hard copy of the survey.