Choosing to place your child for adoption is an enormous decision that you surely won’t take lightly. Numerous questions must be answered. Are you considering making an adoption plan? If you are, these ten questions will help you select the right adoption agency for you. Having a good agency to work with will help your journey go a lot smoother because the agency helps to answer your questions. Emotional support as well as help along the way and in the future is a vital part of the process.
Top 10 Questions to Ask an Adoption Agency if You’re Pregnant and Considering Adoption
Are you considering making an adoption plan? Read this list of questions to ask an adoption agency before committing to them.
You have likely come to the decision to place your child for adoption because of something in your life that you feel will prevent you from being able to parent at this time. It may be housing, employment, money, relationships, support, etc. Will the agency help steer you in the direction of working toward a brighter future?
Asking for real life references is a great place to start. But the agency may only provide you with their shining star reviews. So be sure to also read public reviews. For reviews and a list of agencies in your area visit our reviews page.
Sarah M. Baker
Sarah is a Staff Storyteller for Adoption.com and passionate about teaching others the power of open adoption. She is very active in the adoption community, where she spends a lot of time advocating as the founder of Heart For Open Adoption. She is the mom of two boys in addition to parenting her niece. She is a mother biologically and through domestic infant open adoption. Sarah promotes adoption education and ethical adoptions. She and her husband were featured on Season 2 of Oxygenâs âIâm Having Their Baby,â which tells the story of their first adoption match failing. Sarah hopes to bring her personal experience to you and help anyone who wants more information about adoption to find it with ease. Though it was once a taboo subject, Sarah hopes to make adoption something people are no longer afraid to talk about. You can learn more about Sarah and her family on her blog.
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