February 3, 2006, Newsletter Issue #36: Choosing an Adopting Family

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A birthmother has the right to decide what family she wants to place her child with. She can determine what type of parents she feels would best care for her child. She can review adopting parentsí information through profiles or dear birthmother letter. The birthmother can review profiles that are given to her through an adoption agency or by looking at profiles posted on the Internet. The birthmother can find parents of a particular race, religion, age, location or whether or not they have any other children. Once she has chosen a family she likes, she can work with her adoption agency to meet with the family either in person or on the phone. These are the kinds of birthparent services an adoption agency can provide. Choosing an adopting family should be based on the birthmotherís needs and comfort levels.

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