(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Post-Institutionalized Child: Children adopted from institutional, hospital, or orphanage settings. The term is used to describe an array of emotional and psychological disturbances, developmental delays, learning disabilities, and/or medical problems resulting, in part, from their stay in... [more
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Adopting a Child with Special Needs
Inside *What does "special needs" mean? *Who may adopt a child with special needs? *Could I parent a child with special needs successfully? *What is the first step? *How are children matched with families? *What does adoption cost? Is financial support available? *What...
Helpful Adoption Terms to Know
Helpful Adoption Terms to Know (1/00) Abandonment Desertion of a child by a parent or adult primary care giver with no provisions for continued childcare nor with any apparent intention to return to resume caregiving. Abuse and Neglect Physical, sexual and/or emotional maltreatment. Child... Adoption and Adoptive Families: A Bibliography
National Organizations Offering Information and Support to Adoptive Families and Prospective Adopters Adoption Council of Canada, P.O. Box 8442, Station T, Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3H8. Phone 613-235-1566. This network collects and disseminates information about adoption throughout Canada,... Physician: Helping My Post-Institutionalized Child
What are some strategies that I as parent can implement to help my child rehabilitate from the institutional care setting? Immediately during the post-adoption period, do not over stimulate the child. Avoid trips to toy-r-us, Disneyland, and large gatherings. When exposed to this type of...
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The hippocampus is part of the brain’s limbic system, the place where emotions are regulated. The hippocampus is believed to be involved in the formation of memories from experienced events…perhaps moving them from the emotionality of the rest of the limbic system into the temporal lobes (where... In the Beginning…Let the Rages Begin
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I was so unprepared for what lie ahead with parenting LuLu. I knew nothing about post-institutionalized children. And there was no one telling me. Our adoption agency did nothing to prepare me (except supply me with a reading list). I clearly remember the only book that hinted at attachment...
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http://www.nytimes.com/2006/02/12/weekinreview/12kolata.html?_r=2&scp=1&sq=thinning%20milk%20child&st=cse. Does anyone ever look at families? ... 22 posted on 11/16/2010 10:52:04 AM PST by N3WBI3 ... Only a very small percentage of these kids would need to be institutionalized.
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In the 19th century, with the arrival of industrialization and literacy, sexual repression appears to have become institutionalized and extra-marital activity generally criminalized to the point where newly married couples experienced difficulty in achieving consummation of their marriage.
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