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Communication Before the Baby Arrives

Communication Before the Baby Arrives

Expanding your family through adoption is an exciting and wonderful experience. As you wait for your newest family member to arrive, you may have questions or concerns you wish to voice to the expectant parents. Communication is the key to any successful adoption, but...

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How to Guide a Prospective Birth Mother on Her Options

How to Guide a Prospective Birth Mother on Her Options

As a healthcare provider, you are tasked with overseeing the wellbeing of your patients. For women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy, there are both physical and emotional aspects of care to be considered. Experiencing an unplanned pregnancy is a life-changing event...

Deciding if Adoption is the Right Choice

Deciding if Adoption is the Right Choice

Adopting a child is an amazing process this union creates a loving family for a child to grow up in. As a leading non-profit adoption agency in Kansas and Missouri, Adoption & Beyond works closely with expectant parents and adoptive parents to provide support and...

What a Birth Mother Should Know About Adoption

What a Birth Mother Should Know About Adoption

Bringing a life into the world is no easy task, especially if you are feeling unsure about it. While all children are a blessing, not everybody is ready to parent when they become pregnant. As your body and emotions change throughout your experience with pregnancy,...

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Every Child is Adoptable

Every Child is Adoptable

No matter the origins of a child’s birth, they are each uniquely beautiful and equally lovable. In some cases, a baby is born with special needs. This does not make them any less adoptable than a baby born healthy.  In fact, there are many families who choose to adopt...

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