Kids' Adoption Network Conference 2015- Registration Now Open
The Center for Adoption Support and Education presents our 19th Annual KAN Conference, "Looking Through the Adoption Lens: The Kaleidoscope of Changing Perspectives." We invite adopted children 1st-12th grades and their parents to participate in this full-day event! Click here to Register!
New TAC classes forming now!
Registration is still open for Training for Adoption Competency (TAC) classes at the University of Connecticut's School of Social Work. Click here to learn more and register today!
October SWF Webinar: Back By Popular Demand! Strategies for Success: Parenting your Child/Teen with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
The impact of pre-natal alcohol exposure is a serious concern relevant in both domestic and international adoptions. It is important for adoptive parents and prospective adoptive parents to have some strategies and tools in their back pocket when living with and loving children with a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Barb Clark, adoptive mother and FASD consultant will share concrete strategies as well as techniques and mindsets that are important to use when raising children with a FASD.
Thanks to Jockey Being Family, Jockey International, the first 300 registrations are FREE with coupon code FASD101.
Congratulations to our TAC (Training for Adoption Competency) Summer Graduates!
C.A.S.E. recently held an intensive, week-long Train-the-Trainer session for our current TAC site professionals and new trainers from the Georgia Division of Family and Children's Services, our new TAC site. This training provides participants with the tools and knowledge needed for conducting TAC training (Training for Adoption Competency) for other therapists.
NEW! Pay-Per-View Access to IN DEMAND Webinars
C.A.S.E. webinars are a valuable resource for both parents and professionals. In response to popular demand, we have made SIX of our best selling webinars available to our viewers ANYTIME with our new Pay-Per-View option! For $15, viewers can access any of the following IN DEMAND webinar recordings 24/7. Viewers will also be granted access to the accompanying PowerPoint presentations and can obtain a certificate of completion upon request.
The Center for Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.) strengthens the well-being of foster and adoptive families, promotes adoption awareness, enhances adoption sensitivity, and develops the skills for professionals and families to empower children to thrive.
Since our founding in 1998, C.A.S.E. has served more than 5,000 foster and adoptive families. We’ve grown to become the leading provider of pre-and-post adoption support in the Washington DC region and a trusted national – and international – resource on adoptive life for families, communities and professionals. C.A.S.E. is not an adoption agency; rather, we use an adoption-centered therapeutic approach to enhance the well-being of children and families. We serve:
- Foster children, teens, and foster parents
- Children and teens adopted through agencies, private adoption, and international adoption
- Children who were adopted at birth and children who were adopted when they were older
- Adopted adults
- Adoptive parents, grandparents, and other family members
- Birth siblings of adopted siblings of foster and adopted children
- Birth parents
Studies show that the early intervention and support C.A.S.E. provides can make a huge difference in the lives, stability, and longevity of adoptive families. Our state of the art programs include:
- Professional training
- Family forums
- Public awareness and Advocacy programs
- Publications and multi-media resources
- Youth development programs