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Adopting a child is a life-changing decision for both the parents and the waiting child. And while there are many relatively healthy children who wait to be adopted, there are also many children who wait for a family simply because they have a special need. Some special needs are quite minor, while others require some type of intervention or correction. Some children wait to be adopted due to a health issue requiring surgery, while others have chronic, though quite-manageable health issues.

Adopting a special needs child may be in your family's future. You are now taking the first step to educating yourself and others about the joys and challenges of loving one of these incredible children

Learn More About Special Needs Adoption
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Albinism
Ambiguous Genitalia
Amniotic Band Syndrome / Missing Limbs
Anal Atresia / Imperforate Anus
Apraxia of Speech and Muteness
Arthrogryposis / Joint Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD’s)
Blind / Sight Impaired
Brachial Plexus Injury
Burns
Cataracts
Cerebral Palsy
Cleft lip or palate
Club foot
Congenital Blue Nevus
Congenital Nevi
Deaf / Hard of Hearing
Diabetes
Down Syndrome
Dwarfism
Eczema
Epilepsy
Failure to Thrive
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Funnel Chest / Pigeon Breast
Heart Defect
Hemifacial Microsomia
Hemophilia
Hepatitis B Positive
Hernia
HIV Positive
Hydrocephalus
Ichthyosis
Kidney Issues
Lead Exposure
Limb Differences
Lymphedema
Megacolon
Meningocele
Microtia and Atresia
Missing Eye
Nystagmus
Older Child (above the age of 3 years)
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Port Wine Stains
Premature Birth
Ptosis
Radial Club
Rickets
Scoliosis
Seizure Disorder/ Epilepsy
Spina Bifida
Strabismus
Teratoma
Thalassemia
Torticollis
 
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Articles on Special Needs Adoption
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Congenital hip dysplasia in the orphan child
Congenital hip dysplasia in the orphan child
Institutional Autism: An Acquired Syndrome
Many children .... may present with a pattern of autistic-type behaviors which can be overwhelming and confusing to newly adoptive families and treatment providers.
A Mother's Touch
Treating Attachment Issue Through Occupational Therapy
Hepatitis B infection in the Institutionalized the child.
My referrals initial Hepatitis B screen was positive at birth, but a follow-up screening test showed a negative result what does this mean?
I Guess You Can Just Call Me Suri
A waiting child seeks her forever family
Adopting our Waiting Children from Korea
Finding our daughters on two photolistings
Pictures of Lili
Hepatitis B is a minor factor for one family
Adoption Blog Focus: Nine is Enough
Each month we focus on a different adoption blog located on our sister-site, RKBlogs.com
 
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