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Daddy Squared interviews Friends in Adoption

Friends in Adoption was interviewed by Daddy Squared, a gay parenting podcast. The episode focused on providing adoption information to a couple in the initial steps of starting the adoption process. They interviewed FIA about the many aspects of the adoption process — including the financial expectations of an adoption process and the rights of pregnant individuals considering making an adoption plan, and many other interesting questions revolving around adoption by same-sex couples.… Read More

EJ, Stever, and Makenna share their adoption story on TV

Video: Adoption options for families. EJ, Stever, and Makenna are a beautiful and loving Friends in Adoption family. They were featured in this news segment today, as reported by Christina Guessferd – WCAX of WCAX News. Check it out!… Read More

Understanding the Language of Adoption

Understanding the Language of Adoption Friends in Adoption (FIA) is committed to empowering individuals and families during all stages of the adoption process and throughout their lives. FIA promotes a compassionate approach to inclusive and open adoptions, and demystifying the language of adoption furthers our mission. The words we choose shape how we, and those around us, think about situations … Read More

Friends in Adoption attends: “This is Us: Adoption in the REAL World”

Friends in Adoption attends: “This is Us: Adoption in the REAL World” -by Deirdre Graham, Community Outreach Manager A couple weeks ago I was lucky enough to attend: “This is Us; Adoption in the REAL World”, a panel co-moderated by April Dinwoodie, Chief Executive of the Donaldson Adoption Institute (DAI), and Richard Heyl de Ortiz, Executive Director of the Adoptive and … Read More

When is adoption “done right?”

When is adoption “done right?” Sometimes it is easier to think about the ways something can be “done wrong” in order to be sure we get it right. Any time adoption is not informed by respect and truth, or when it is not voluntary for a placing parent, it is done wrong. Any time adoption moves forward without regard for the (…)… Read More