Monthly Archives: May 2014

Families Share Embryo Adoption Journeys

  Hear firsthand about the excitement, joys and trials of the embryo donation and adoption journey from families who have been through the process. Join us as two embryo adoptive families share directly about their experiences of infertility, finding out about embryo adoption, the adoption process and even giving birth to their adopted child. June

Linda Troyer retires!

After 26 years with our agency, Linda Troyer will be retiring. Today is her last day with Adoption Choice, Inc. It is a very emotional day for staff at the agency,as we say goodbye to a dedicated, passionate advocate of adoption. Linda began her career with Community Adoption Center in 1986. She has helped thousands

New Webinar!

Growing Up Adopted: What Parent’s Need to Know   As your child grows and learns more about her story, she will have more questions, concerns and feelings about adoption. Understanding those emotions and feelings is essential to helping your child build a healthy identity. But how do you learn how to best support her? Ask

Adoptive Families Cover Photo contest has begun! Submit your child's best picture today.

  One grand-prize winner of the 2014 Adoptive Families Annual Photo Contest will win a digital camera and be featured on AdoptiveFamilies.com and AdoptiveFamiliesCircle.com! Eight finalists will be featured on both sites, as well.   Plus, a GIVEAWAY for all contest entrants! Five randomly selected entrants who will win other great prizes.   Visit this

Challenges Faced by Children in Foster Care

• Grief and Loss: All children who enter foster care experience grief and loss due to the separation from their biological family. This happens whether or not the child has an abusive or neglectful background. It happens even to babies, who have had nine months in utero to get used to the sounds and rhythms

Advocacy Day

It’s Time for Your Members of Congress to Understand the Needs of the Infertility Community. Right now there is no one from Wisconsin attending Advocacy Day. There is no one to stand up for the rights for people with infertility and ask for financial relief for infertility treatments and adoption. When you come to Advocacy