April 21, 2006, Newsletter Issue #46: Adopting a Child in Foster Care

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There are many children available for adoption in the foster care system, many categorized as special needs children. The term special needs covers children with various disabilities, children older than infancy, and sibling groups. Many public as well as some private agencies place children with special needs. Adoption exchanges, nationally, regionally or by state, can help to link potential adopting parents to children. Internet photolistings may show pictures and information about children who are in need of permanent homes. Financial assistance may also be available for parents adopting children with special needs.

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