Ascentria Adoption Services has partnered with the Evan B. Donaldson Institute in New York and the Kinship Center in California to answer this question: “How can we help children who have been transracially adopted form a healthy identity?
” Based on a study conducted by the Evan B. Donaldson Institute entitled “Beyond Culture Camp,” these organizations collaborated in designing a curriculum for families to use during the critical period when children form their identities. This curriculum is well-informed, comprehensive, and based on research and analysis conducted by top people in the field.
The Post Adoption Resource Center (PARC) offers comprehensive services to all adoptive families in need. PARC provides support groups and educational services, including online articles and resources. These resources come from trusted experts in the field of adoption.
The following websites provide articles, books and videos on a range of adoption topics, including parenting, education, older child adoptions, transracial adoptions, development and attachment.
Adoption in Schools
Adoption and Therapy