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While adoption often focuses on the gains, it is important to acknowledge the losses that are felt and experienced. Caregivers who educate and prepare themselves to recognize and support the grief and loss process will promote their child’s adjustment, as well as foster safe and healthy relationships.
These fact sheets include facts and resources on grief and loss connected to adoption.

Information presented by: Corrine Nechalova

Information presented by: Charley Joyce, LCSW

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