Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bowling for Babies

1st Annual Adoption Choice, Inc. Bowling for Babies Fundraiser November 8, 2014 Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley 2929 Allied Lane 1pm-3pm $10 per person/$12 at the door 2 hours of bowling/shoe rental Silent Auction-items including Apple Ipad Air, Hotel stay, photography package, Brewers tickets Pre-registration required. Space is Limited.  Contact Jaime at 920-499-2787.

Make Miracles Happen!

Miracle on Canal Street is Potawatomi Hotel & Casino’s signature community program that raises funds for children’s charities – and Adoption Choice, Inc. is in the running to be a beneficiary. Miracle has raised more than $13.6 million for hundreds of area children’s charities. The program began as a way to carry on the Potawatomi tradition

Promoting Attachment with Your child while In Country

International adoptive parents most often first meet their child when they travel to the child’s birth country for the adoption. What can they do to take advantage of this time in country to bond with their child. Listen to the following radio show (click here) and hear Rachel Lee, a psychologist and director of adoption for

Not the Life I Expected: Parenting a Child With Attachment Disorder

Most of us didn’t go into adoption expecting to parent a child with significant attachment issues or Reactive Attachment Disorder. Even if we adopted an older child who experienced abuse or neglect, or a child from foster care, or a child from one of the many understaffed and underfunded orphanages throughout the world, we didn’t

Finding an Adoption Attorney

When couples or individuals are adopting, it is imperative to use a good adoption attorney. If you are working with an agency, they will ustually have specific attorneys they would recommend. In addition, you can search the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys website. Here you will find a listing of attorneys who practice and are

Should We Keep Our Promise of Anonymity Made to Birth Parents?

Most adult adoptees in the US don’t have access to their original birth certificates or names of their birth parents. For just a second, try to imagine what it would be like for something you really need or want to be sitting in a file somewhere, but you aren’t allowed to see it. It exists;