Questions about adoption can come from every angle. C.A.S.E. has answers. Below we offer a wealth of free adoption resources from books, movies and articles to recommended websites that will provide information and guidance on helping you better navigate through the adoption journey. Check back frequently for additional resources.
Pay it forward! Please share if you’ve read a great book, seen a great movie or visited a website that relates to adoption and may potentially be a resource for others. Email us with your recommendation.
Downloadable 2016 Adoption-Themed Movie Reviews:
Select from our list of informative articles and fact sheets written by C.A.S.E.’s own trained, adoption-competent therapists to help you navigate your adoption journey.
6 Questions Every Adopted Teen Wants Answered
HOLIDAY! The Holidays: An Opportunity for Loving Healing
Adopting Your Foster Child What Every Parent Should Know
HOLIDAY! Holidays with Extended Family – An Opportunity for Connection
Dear Ellen Navigating Social Media and Teens
Embracing Open Adoption
Steve Jobs Movie Review
8 Ways to Engage with Your Child
Fact Sheet Series
Check back frequently – We’re adding new fact sheets all the time!
Fact Sheet No. 1: Children and Adoption
Fact Sheet No. 2: The School Age Years
Fact Sheet No. 3: Adolescents and Adoption
Fact Sheet No. 4: Talking with Children – Basics
Fact Sheet No. 5: Talking with Children – Difficult
Fact Sheet No. 6: Talking with Children – Teen Years
Fact Sheet No. 7: Adopted Children and Their Peers
Fact Sheet No. 8: Entitlement and Claiming NEW!
Fact Sheet No. 9: Adoption at School NEW!
Below is a list of websites that are tailored for the adoption and foster care community.
American Academy of Pediatrics Trauma Guide – Helping Foster and Adoptive Families Cope with Trauma
Resolve: The National Infertility Association
Families With Children from China
Families for Private Adoption
Families for Russian and Ukrainian Adoption
North American Council on Adoptable Children
Child Welfare Information Gateway
Adoptee-Birthparent Support Network
American Adoption Congress
Concerned United Birthparents
Adoption Today and Fostering Families Today
Donaldson Adoption Institute
American Academy of Adoption Attorneys
The National Resource on ADHD
PEERS Program UCLA