Monday, March 2, 2015

Thailand Homeland Visit Opportunity

Hand In Hand is pleased to pass on this opportunity to our families with children from Thailand.






We are very pleased to inform you that the Department of Social Development and Welfare(DSDWwill organize the Nativeland Visit Program for the Eighth time in July 2015 in Celebration of Her Royal Highness Princess MahaChakriSirindhorn’s 5th Cycle Birthday Anniversary.

For the Eighth program, we would cordially invite the adoptive families of Thai children to participate in this program which is planned for about one week time during July 19– 26, 2015. Enclosed herewith please find the tentative itinerary for further information.

The details and approximate cost of the program will be determined once the level of interest has been established. We will inform you regarding this matter at the earliest convenience.

Thank you for the kind cooperation.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. AruneeThengsuwan
Director of Adoption Center,
Thailand

Contact person:
1.       Mrs. Prapimdao Satake
Chief of Intercountry Adoption Section
2.       Ms. Chanthip Vatanasusakun
Chief of Post Adoption Services Section
Please CC. E-mail : adoption@loxinfo.co.th

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Waiting Child Spotlight! Two girls waiting for adoption in the Philippines

Today's Waiting Child Spotlight is on two little girls with medical needs. They wait in the Philippines. Full files and pictures are available. Contact Vickie at Indiana@hihiadopt.org for more information, or call 260-636-3566. 



Female, DOB May 28, 2011, Reference Number 10038 (14-0429)The child was left by her birthmother to the hired caregiver… while she works in a coffee shop. After three (3) days, the birthmother never returned instead sent a text message informing the caregiver that she would like her child be referred to the DSWD. The birthmother disclosed through text message that she is afflicted with a chronic illness. The caregiver contacted the birthmother several times but the mobile phone number is not functioning anymore. Efforts exerted to locate the child’s birth family proved futile. Ms. C. (caregiver) referred the child to P. for case management which eventually referred the child to R. Child was diagnosed to have global developmental delay to consider syndrome complex. She can walk with support, grasp and transfer objects from one hand to another, picks up objects. She can feed herself using spoon with spillage and drink from a cup with the assistance of the caregiver. She can turn her head when called by her name and makes eye contact. She cries when uncomfortable and can speak to word sentences such as “mama” and “nana.” 
Further notes from her full file (at 3 years and 3 months): Her weight and nutritional status were being monitored in preparation for surgery on her cleft soft palate with absent uvula. She runs without tripping or falling. Self-help skills are more developed; she feeds herself with a spoon, and drinks from a cup. She follows one-step commands, and makes eye contact. She imitates and chatters, but not with real words.

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Female, DOB  January 26, 2009, Ref. No. 9762 (14-0153)
Child loves to be carried and hugged as she would extend her arms to anyone. She can utter few words and knows her caregivers. She would express her needs and feelings through crying, giggling, and smiling. She is dependent to the houseparent with daily personal hygiene such as bathing, toileting, dressing, and eating. She has daily medical maintenance for seizure prevention. The child was assessed to have Global Developmental Delays, Pituitary Hypoplasia, Hypothyroidism, seizures, and hearing impairment. At present, she attends occupational therapy that develops her ability to grasp objects and hold spoon. She also attends physical therapy three times a week and has noted improvements when sitting, balance, ascending and descending stairs. The child’s social skills have also been enhanced through participating in interaction programs and activities for children with special needs. The birthmother was assessed to have moderate mental deficiency and observed to have impulsive behavior that shows she is not capable in taking care of the child. The alleged father denied responsibility over the child. Thus, the birthmother decided to voluntarily surrender the child for adoption. 
Further notes from her full file: She responds to her name, and she will smile and give a "flying kiss" when asked by anyone. She would sway her hand when hearing the word "bye-bye" and has good eye contact when being talked to. 

A Hand In Hand family visited her institution last year, and met her. She was observed to be shy compared to her very interactive roommate [Boy 8036, who still waits also] but observant and interested in visitors. 

Friday, February 27, 2015

Waiting Child Spotlight! Philippines Boy 8036

Today's Waiting Child Spotlight is on a tiny boy in the Philippines who is special to a family who visited him in the Philippines when they brought home their son in 2014.  This family's two adopted teenagers have known this little boy most of his life:



"I would like to share about a little boy I met in my older children's orphanage in the Philippines last week, because I'm hoping you will pray and think about who you may know who could parent little C. C is my teenage daughter's little buddy; she tells that she loved to help care for him because he always had the biggest, most cheerful smiles for everyone.  C. is nine, but is only the size of a tiny, thin three-year-old, and doctors do not expect him to grow very big. He has cerebral palsy that so far keeps him from walking, but he is very active, and pulls and crawls around, and he is a busy little boy with a very cute "baby face." He is almost always smiling, and tries very hard to interact with people around him. When we came in to see him, his little face was obviously alive with interest in what was going on.


C. appears to be trying to talk, but can't make his mouth do what he wants it to do most of the time; his default expression is a smile, but he gapes and makes incoherent sounds when he appears to be trying to respond to people who talk to him. I noticed that he was able to swallow his saliva, and he can swallow food that has been pureed, so he definitely has some level of motor control of his mouth and tongue. His caretakers say he has a few words that they have learned to understand, one of which means "want" when he is requesting something. I asked the nanny if he understood them, and she said "yes" and turned to him and said, "Sit up, C." Without a moment's hesitation, he sat up for her. She picked him up, and he excitedly waved towards us. He is missing one arm from the elbow down; it was amputated shortly after birth because of a bad infection, but his other limbs are intact.

He seems to be a favorite of his caregivers, sweet, interactive, and anxious to be loved. He no doubt has intellectual deficits, based on his medical condition, but based on his understanding of simple commands and his attempts to communicate, I wonder if he is a child who is locked in much like someone who had a stroke. He has PT and OT for his motor skills, and I can't help but wonder if a device for stroke victims, an audio assisted communication device where he can push a button and have it talk for him, might not change his life.

He will need a special family who will see him as the joy and blessing he is. He craves love and attention, and eagerly GIVES love and attention. He seems to be frustrated by his inability to talk at times, and I noticed that after he tried very hard to get some sounds out, he bumped his head back a couple of times against the crib walls. He did not do it hard, but the staff still immediately responded, put a hand behind his head and reassured him, and he stopped, and it struck me as a frustration behavior. His cheerful personality bubbled up again almost immediately, though, and he was back to smiling, waving toward us and maneuvering around. His caretakers just smiled sadly when I said I would try to find him a family. They don't have much hope that someone would want their little C. I would like to see that change."


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This is the description of this child from ICAB:

Male, DOB September 25, 2004, Ref. No.: 8036 (10-0153)

The child was abandoned by his birthmother. At three months old, the child was confined in a hospital due to Clinical Sepsis and Pneumonia. At five months old, the child was a gain re-admitted at the hospital due to Seizure Disorder secondary to Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalophaty: Septicemia; T/C Thromboembolic Disorder and S/P Below Elbow Amputation Right Secondary to Septic Embolism. The attending physician offered to foster the child to ensure post operation care and management. The center tried to locate the birthmother but was unsuccessful. However, they were able to locate the child’s birthfather. He expressed willingness to take custody of the child however, he should prove his paternity. The birthfather did not show up again. Based on the child’s developmental assessment dated April 2010, the child is diagnosed with Global Developmental Delay functioning in the retarded range, Cerebral Palsy, mixed (Athetoid, Spastic) 2 to Static Encephalophaty, Growth retardation and has feeding problem. At present, the child has a short stature brought by cerebral palsy. He is often confined in his stroller and his activities of daily living are dependent to his caregiver. He only eats osteorized food as he could not tolerate solid substance. He still cannot speak and communicates through gestures. The child attends physical therapy and it is noted that he still has difficulty in standing and kneeling but he is progressively improving in sitting and behaving well during his sessions. With his occupational therapy, his fine motor activities are improving and now show good response in holding things. He joins morning exercises and different activities inside and outside the institution to boost his social skills.

Hand In Hand has an update on this child's file.  He has not had any seizure activity since entering the institution, and he speaks about five recognizable words, and communicates his needs as well by crying or smiling.  His therapy has been progressing, and he can respond to simple commands, such as "high five." His mobility is improving, and he can sit up, kneel up briefly, and pulls or creeps very actively.  He is noted to be the "apple of the eye" of his caretakers, and his pictures show him sitting in a tiny, toddler wheelchair wearing a big smile. If you might be called to parent this happy, special, little boy, contact Hand In Hand for his full file and pictures, and ask for Child 8036.  Call 260-636-3566 or e-mail Indiana@hihiadopt.org.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

China Hosting Program--New Opportunity!

Some exciting news from our China Program! We are in the process of working to set up a summer hosting program for older children born in China. 



Hand In Hand has many years of experience with hosting programs and we've found it is a wonderful way for children to find their forever families. 

If you live in a state or near a Hand In Hand office (Colorado, Indiana, Minnesota, and Florida), think you might be interested in participating, and would like more information as our work develops, please contact Vickie Truelove right away at: indiana@hihihadopt.org or 260-636-3566

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Children Waiting in the Philippines--Summer Hosting Opportunity

Hand In Hand is now taking applications for the Summer 2015 Philippines Hosting Program. More information can be found here:


See the latest list of waiting children here, for children who could be requested to join the program:


Hand In Hand also has files locked currently for the children below. These children may be considered for hosting if they are over the age of six, or may be adopted directly. Full files, medical information, and pictures of these children are available. Contact Vickie at 260-636-3566 or Indiana@hihiadopt.org about these children, or children on the long list above.



Female, DOB April 23, 2001, Ref. No: 10050 (14-0441)
Shared list notes: Child was abandoned by her birthparents at an early age. Her birthmother gave her up to a street vendor at four years old. She was taken cared by different people who eventually neglected her. At approximately 12 years old, two concerned citizens found the child roaming around the streets and begging for alms. She was brought to the center for proper case management. Child is healthy, cheerful, active, and affectionate. She is enrolled as grade one in a public school. She can cope with the lessons at hand and industrious in finishing her homework. She is responsible in doing her assigned household chores and helps with younger children at the center. She underwent psychological assessment and result showed that she is functioning at dull normal range. She is able to reason out but gets confused and needs directions when she has to take action on specific given situations. She seeks stability and security in her life and she is open to the idea of adoption. 
Further notes from her full file: "She is cheerful, active, affectionate, vivacious, and conscientious. She is healthy and physically strong.... She does well at Math and is not struggling in her studies in any way. She shows and ability to learn intellectually, give the opportunity. She would benefit from one on one tutoring in a homeschooling style. Her grade two (2) class has too many students and the learning environment is not ideal for development.... M. follows and finishes assigned tasks immediately and appropriately. She is comfortable and respectful with adults. She often helps with babies and household chores with no prodding.... M. attends Sunday school every Sunday at a nearby Evangelical church. She participates in group devotions where there is singing and Bible Study every night with other children in the center. She loves to sing worship songs and prays to Jesus every night before bed."
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A: Male, DOB January 19, 1998, 10003 (14-0394)B: Male, DOB August 31, 2000, 10004 (14-0394)C: Male, DOB January 31, 2002, 10005 (14-0396)D: Female, DOB February 21, 2006, 10006 (14-0397)
The children’s birthmother died in 2006 due to acute respiratory failure. Their birthfather has no stable job and was left to raise his children. The birthfather had difficulty providing for the needs of the children thus he sought the assistance of an institution. The birthfather decided to voluntarily surrender the children for adoption.
Child A loves playing sports such as basketball, volleyball and running. He also likes dancing, playing guitar, drums, and flute. In school, he was described to be respectful, participative, and industrious. He helps in house chores and plants vegetables in the garden. When frustrated, child copes by talking to his friends, social worker and staffs.
Child B has talents in drawing and painting. He is also described to be creative and artistic. He has initiative in helping the staff in cleaning and doing household chores. Child is close to his siblings and easily opens up when he has problems or concerns.
 Child C has a gentle heart with animals. He likes to take care and feed the dogs, chicken, cats, and goats. Aside from that, he likes gardening and planting vegetables. He enjoys playing volleyball and other sports. He is closer to his youngest sister and helped her with her assignments. When angry or hurt, child copes by crying or diverting his attention to other things.
Child D is described as sweet and charming. She wanted to be a captain when she grows up. She also loves to play outdoor games with her friends. She can do simple addition and subtraction, and can count 1-29. When sad or angry, child copes up by isolating herself or telling it to her older brothers.
Further notes from these children's full file: The three older boys have done well in school and received many awards: first place in basketball, Most Courteous, Musical Award. Child A is quite musical and plays instruments for Sunday Worship; he regularly attends Sunday Services and knows how to pray. He is considered a leader among the boys because of his good character. He is loving and caring toward his younger siblings, and especially cares for his little sister, even sitting next to her to coax her to finish her vegetables. He is sad that his older age may make it difficult for him to be adopted, but wishes the best life for his younger siblings even if he has to stay behind. (NOTE: Hand In Hand has families who have adopted teenaged boys who would be happy to share their experiences, so that this young man and his other brothers all have a chance for a family as well.)
Child B is the artistic one, and also likes to help cook, and wants to become a professional baker. He has good study habits, and also attends Sunday Services regularly. He is quiet, but friendly and helpful, and he is close to his little sister. He also has been told that he may be harder to place because of his age, and shares his older brother's concern that his younger siblings be given a chance for a family.
Child C is the active outdoors type of child, caring for animals, gardening, planting and caring for the yard. His morning routine includes a check of his tomatoes, cabbage and pepper plants right after breakfast. He studies diligently, and checks up on his little sister to make sure she does the same, and defends her if anyone tries to hurt her. 
Child D is a sweet, playful child, and tries hard in school. She relies on her big brother (Child C) to help her if she does not understand something. She is neat and clean, courteous and respectful. She is very excited about being adopted.
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Male, DOB November 6, 2001, Ref. No. 10029 (14-0420) 
A concerned citizen found the child (approximately 10 years old) along M. According to the child, his mother allegedly let go of his hand and she rode another jeepney. He was left alone and started to cry. The concerned citizen referred him to the M. for temporary care. Upon his admission at the M., he was unkempt, wearing white “sando” (sleeveless undershirt) and blue shorts with no footwear. The M. referred the child to N. for proper case management. At present, the child is approximately thirteen (13) years old, he has well rounded face and a medium body built. He is starting to show more concern on his looks and image. He would choose his own set of clothes especially when he attends Sunday Services. When asked what kind of gifts he wanted to receive, he will ask for cologne and styling gel. He can bathe and brush on his own. He can do simple house hold chores like sweeping the floor and wiping the tables. He is observed to be playful with other children and does not involve with fights. He is a grade III student in a Christian school within the vicinity of the children’s home. He is a straight A student academically. The teacher shared that he is active in class and he is respectful. He was awarded as best in mathematics and science subjects. His favorite character in the Bible is Joseph, the dreamer. The child is looking forward to have his own family. He expressed that he is excited to be adopted. The child’s psychological evaluation (Raven’s progressive matrices) shows average intelligence functioning. He has sufficient cognitive and adaptive resources which he could utilize in order to develop and maximize his inherent abilities and potentials. In general, he is deemed to be psychologically healthy child who has lot of unfulfilled physical and emotional longings which could only be gratified within a complete and unified familial environment.
Further notes from his full file: He is an eager helper, and has a younger child, age six, who is like a brother to him. He is an honor student, and he wants to be a civil engineer. He says he will strive and work hard to get good grades, and wants to attend a good school so he can learn how to build buildings and bridges. He attends a born-again church near the children's home, and believes that God will care for him just like he cared for the Old Testament Joseph, who was also left by his family. He knows it is very excited about being adopted, and is praying for a family. His pediatrician put this note in his file: "L. is  a very pleasant boy. Aside from being an academic achiever, he has...a good heart. He will be a blessing to anyone."
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Male, DOB September 5, 2005, Ref. No.: 9416 (13-0306)
The child is a second grade student in a public school. He can read two syllable words and can count from 1 to 50. He is noted to stammer when talking however this does not hinder him from expressing himself and playing with other children. He enjoys playing outdoor games like sliding, ball games, and running. Based on his psychological report, the child displays significant deficiencies cognitively. He has difficulty deriving meaning to form sentences and well as use words effectively to create comprehensible ideas. He has difficulty comprehending numerical information and performing arithmetic operations. The child was found wandering on the streets by a concerned citizen. The child has limited information about his family but claimed that he was physically abused by his birthfather. Efforts were exerted to locate the birth family of the child but yielded negative results.
Further notes from his full file: He is playful and active and has a positive self-concept and is generally happy and not anxious. He does not initiate fights, but would cry and fight back if someone hits him. He listens to his houseparents and the staff and is obedient and respectful to them.
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Female, DOB May 28, 2011, Reference Number 10038 (14-0429)The child was left by her birthmother to the hired caregiver… while she works in a coffee shop. After three (3) days, the birthmother never returned instead sent a text message informing the caregiver that she would like her child be referred to the DSWD. The birthmother disclosed through text message that she is afflicted with a chronic illness. The caregiver contacted the birthmother several times but the mobile phone number is not functioning anymore. Efforts exerted to locate the child’s birth family proved futile. Ms. C. (caregiver) referred the child to P. for case management which eventually referred the child to R. Child was diagnosed to have global developmental delay to consider syndrome complex. She can walk with support, grasp and transfer objects from one hand to another, picks up objects. She can feed herself using spoon with spillage and drink from a cup with the assistance of the caregiver. She can turn her head when called by her name and makes eye contact. She cries when uncomfortable and can speak to word sentences such as “mama” and “nana.” 
Further notes from her full file (at 3 years and 3 months): Her weight and nutritional status were being monitored in preparation for surgery on her cleft soft palate with absent uvula. She runs without tripping or falling. Self-help skills are more developed; she feeds herself with a spoon, and drinks from a cup. She follows one-step commands, and makes eye contact. She imitates and chatters, but not with real words.

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Female, DOB  January 26, 2009, Ref. No. 9762 (14-0153)
Child loves to be carried and hugged as she would extend her arms to anyone. She can utter few words and knows her caregivers. She would express her needs and feelings through crying, giggling, and smiling. She is dependent to the houseparent with daily personal hygiene such as bathing, toileting, dressing, and eating. She has daily medical maintenance for seizure prevention. The child was assessed to have Global Developmental Delays, Pituitary Hypoplasia, Hypothyroidism, seizures, and hearing impairment. At present, she attends occupational therapy that develops her ability to grasp objects and hold spoon. She also attends physical therapy three times a week and has noted improvements when sitting, balance, ascending and descending stairs. The child’s social skills have also been enhanced through participating in interaction programs and activities for children with special needs. The birthmother was assessed to have moderate mental deficiency and observed to have impulsive behavior that shows she is not capable in taking care of the child. The alleged father denied responsibility over the child. Thus, the birthmother decided to voluntarily surrender the child for adoption. 
Further notes from her full file: She responds to her name, and she will smile and give a "flying kiss" when asked by anyone. She would sway her hand when hearing the word "bye-bye" and has good eye contact when being talked to. (A Hand In Hand family visited her institution last year, and met her. She was observed to be shy compared to her cheerful roommate [Boy 8036] but observant and interested in visitors.) 

Monday, February 2, 2015

Special Focus Waiting Children January 2015

Special Focus Waiting Children January 2015
Hand In Hand International Adoptions
For more information about adopting these children from China, contact Vickie at Indiana@hihiadopt.org or 260-636-3566




0123-1 Boy DOB: December 3, 2013

This little 13 month old guy is social and enjoys interacting with adults.  He can say “dada” and is active and outgoing.  He is diagnosed with congenital melanocytic nevus and indirect hernia of the groin.  He likes “dancing” (swaying to music) and can walk while holding on to chairs.  His caregivers describe him as a clever cute boy (and we agree!) 

(See www.Nevus.org for resources regarding his condition. Hand in Hand can also refer interested parents to other families who have adopted children with this condition.)

Report dated: November 2014



0123-2 Boy DOB: May 2010

This sweet 4 year old boy was born with congenital bilateral cleft lip and palate III which has since been repaired.  At 2 years old he was described as gentle, cute, and lovely.  At times he could be a little naughty.  He is close to his caretakers and has benefitted from speech/language therapy.

Report Dated June 2012



0123-3 Boy DOB: May 2012

This dapper 2 year old enjoys music.  He is diagnosed with lower limb deformities.  He can sit alone, understand simple instructions and imitate sounds but does not yet speak.  He is described as introverted and active.  The aunts at his institute adore him.

Report Dated May 2014



0123-4 Girl  DOB: October 2012
This precious 2 year old girl is quiet and loves being cuddled.  She is diagnosed with Down Syndrome and both auricle malformation.  She enjoys sitting on the mat and playing with colorful toys.  She is benefiting from muscle stimulation therapy.

Report Dated: November 2014




0123-5 Boy DOB: March 2013
This baby boy is not quite 2 years old.  He is diagnosed with congenital deformed fingers and toes.  He is benefiting from the care of a foster family and is blossoming in their care.  He can walk independently, looks for toys, and speaks some simple words.  He is described as chubby (don’t you just want to kiss those cheeks?), strong, active and obedient.  His development is normal.

Report Dated: November 2014



0123-6 Boy DOB: March 2012

   This little cutie pie is 2 ½  years old, likes crawling and has a ready smile.  He has been diagnosed with dyskensia of his left limbs.  At 19 months old he could crawl with his right limbs and use his right hand deftly.  He had poor motion ability of his left limbs.  He is described as active and especially likes playing with blocks and cars.

Report Dated: December 2013



0123-7 Girl DOB: May 2005
This beautiful young girl will soon celebrate her 10th birthday.  She is diagnosed with right lower limb deformity.  She is described as sensible and polite.  She can look after herself in her daily life (though we believe she deserves a family to look after her so she can enjoy her childhood).  She is a quick learner, loves to laugh, and always helps others.  Her caretakers hope she can grow up happily in a family of her own.

Report Dated:  June 2014



0123-8 Boy DOB: September 2007

This outgoing little boy is 7 years old.  He is diagnosed with cerebral palsy.  He benefits from the care of a foster family where he enjoys teasing his family.  He is active, outgoing, noisy, and communicates well.  He likes school and actively participates.  Chinese class is his favorite and he enjoys group activities.  He walks without help and expresses his feelings.  He especially likes playing at the park.

Report Dated: March 2014



0123-9 Boy DOB: July 2010

This sweet boy is 4 years old.  He is diagnosed with mild thalassemia and psychomotor retardation.  Since December 2013 he has benefited from the care of a foster family where he enjoys playing with his younger foster sisters.  He also benefits from physical therapy.  He likes playing in water, watching cartoons, and music.  While he does not yet speak, he understands adults and is starting to use simple words to express his needs.  He does not like to sleep alone and likes to be patted on the back and to give kisses.

Report dated:  June 2014


0123-10 Boy DOB: May 2011

This cute little boy is now 3 years old.  His report and photo are dated.  He is diagnosed with congenital heart disease.   The report describes him at 15 months old.  At 15 months old he loved bath time and especially splashing.  If the nannies smiled, he would splash harder and laugh.  As a young baby he loved playing in front of the mirror trying out different expressions.  His nannies gave him the nickname “Big Brother” and would smile widely when they called to him across the play room.  At 15 months old he played quietly and independently.

Report Dated: August 2012



0123-11 Boy DOB: 4 years old

This litte guy is 4 years old.  We do not yet have the English translation of his report, however, we know he is diagnosed with deafness in both ears.  He has a right cochlear implant and seems to hear, speak, and be a bright little boy.


Awaiting Translation of Report

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Adoption Orientations in Fort Collins, Colorado, 2015

FREE ORIENTATIONS ON INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION
FORT COLLINS, COLORADO

 


Learn about Hand In Hand's International Adoption programs in the
Philippines, China, Bulgaria, and soon ... Brazil.

Orientations are held at First Presbyterian Church, Room 204, 531 South College Ave, Fort Collins, CO, from 6:30-8:30 PM.

Dates in 2015: January 15, February 19, May 21, June 18, July 16, August 20, September 17, October 15, November 19, 2015

Learn more about ...
• The 40-year history of our agency in helping children find adoptive families
• Our country programs in China, Bulgaria, and the Philippines
• Types of children in need of adoption
• Requirements for adoptive parents
• Processing of an international adoption
• Training we provide to adoptive families regarding issues they may encounter as
they raise an adopted child
• The services we provide to families throughout the adoption process and long
afterwards (such as Motherland Tours to the country of a child's birth)
• How families finance an adoption
• Our special work on behalf of children who are older or have special needs
• Our Summer Hosting Programs
• And meet one or more adoptive families who will share their experiences and eagerly and honestly answer your questions

Contact us for more information or to register for this free, no-obligations orientation.
Please RSVP to colorado@hihiadopt.org or 970-226-8948 at least 2 days in advance.