Options After High School for Youth with Disabilities
One of the most critical turning points in the lives of all young people is the transition from public school to the world of postsecondary education, employment, and life as an adult. Developing independence, exploring one's talents and interests, deciding upon a career path, and pursuing either... Build Families, Not Orphanages
In recent days, communities in Minnesota and the nation have begun to revisit the idea of placing foster children in large orphanages, children's homes, and educational institutions. NACAC opposes the development and use of these large residential institutions. Children belong in stable, loving... Adoption and Foster Care Assistance
H.R.3434 Public Law: 96-272 (06/17/80) SPONSOR: Rep Corman (introduced 04/04/79) SUMMARY AS OF: (REVISED AS OF 04/23/80 -- Conference report filed in House, H. Rept. 96-900) Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980 - Title I: Adoption and Foster Care Assistance - Establishes a... Illinois Presumed (Putative) Father Laws
Presumed (Putative) Fathers State-Specific Search Results Illinois Does State have a Putative Father Registry: Yes Registry/Paternity Requirements to Receive Notice Statute: 750 ILCS 50/12.1(b) May register before birth of child, but no later than 30 days after birth. Must be in writing...
Save Social Security
Social Security has a big retirement planning problem. It isn't bringing in enough tax dollars to pay benefits to the millions of baby boomers who will be retiring shortly. Social Security tax unfair and impractical
An entire generation of middle-income savers has been hoodwinked by federal tax policy in a true "give with one hand, take with the other" gesture. Congress voted, in 1983, to start taxing Social Security benefits. During the same period, workers were encouraged to participate in defined... Social Security
March 8, 2014 Why delay Social Security?
Lots of people think that delaying when you take Social Security past age 62 is foolish. They adhere to the theory that most people should take Social Security as soon as they can since they don't know how long they'll live.
A Letter to the Grandparents
February 5, 2011, 7:32 am
I was digging through some adoption paperwork the other day, I actually have yet to get my girls’ their U.S. citizenship, which is a TERRIBLE thing to admit. The adoptions were finalized years ago; they have birth certificates, they have social security cards, they have so much documentation... Fathers
June 23, 2009, 12:31 am
Heather at Production, Not Reproduction, posted the topic for the second Open Adoption Blog Roundtable :
Write about the father(s) in your family's open adoption(s).
My husband was never sure about the kid thing. I really think that, at first, he only wanted kids - or one kid - to carry on... Your Child's Name
January 18, 2011, 12:20 pm
Like other parents, adoptive parents spend hours choosing a name for their new child especially if he or she is a baby or toddler. This is an especially fun thing to do and helps you bond with your child. There are several important things to consider when naming your child or changing your...
Breaking the Silence
(This is our story. I do not believe that open adoption is for everyone, but for us it has worked wonderfully)As I prepared the lunch for our trip to the zoo, I glanced at the clock. The hands on the... I'm Still Mommy
My child was adopted by his paternal grandparents when he was eight months old. His father and I were still together at the time. He promised me that the adoption was "just temporary"... April 5, 2000: One of the Best Days of My Life
For as long as I can remember I've known I was adopted when I was two weeks old. When I was younger the thought never really crossed my mind of searching for my birthparents. I'm not sure why that...
Social Security | LinkedIn
View Social Security's professional profile on LinkedIn. Social Security -- Location Malta Join LinkedIn and access Social Security
Research Paper on Social Security Reform - Blog About Writing ...
... %3A%2F%2Fscholar.google.com%2Fscholar%3Fstart%3D10%26q%3Dsocial%2Bsecurity%2Breform%26hl%3Den%26as_sdt%3D1%2C42#search=%22social%20security%20reform%22 . Davies, P. S., & Favreault, M. M. (2003, December 15).
When Home is No Longer Home | American Renaissance
Posted on February 22, 2013. When Home is No Longer Home. Jack Krak, American Renaissance, February 22, 2013. Demography is destiny. Everyone is familiar with the idea that every city has two malls: the one where white people shop and the one where white people used to shop.