For most, a newborn adoption is a dream comes true. However, the process can be unnecessarily challenging without the right kind of assistance.
AdoptHelp was created to be a full service, proactive adoption program dedicated to handling every detail of an adoption so adoptive parents and birth parents can focus on the beautiful aspects of newborn adoption.
By allowing us to handle everything from creating adoptive parent profiles and screening birth parents and adoptive parents to finalizing the adoption before a superior court judge, prospective adoptive parents and the birth parents have peace of mind throughout this important and beautiful newborn adoption process, whether they choose closed or open adoption.
If you’re pregnant, adoption can be a very rewarding decision, but it is critical to consider all of your options and create a personalized adoption plan that that is right for you and the baby.
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Open adoption is extremely popular and chosen when both the birth mother and the adoptive parent(s) want to get to know each other so that they can all actively be involved in the pregnancy and birth of the baby.
In open adoptions, the birth mother gets to know the adoptive parent(s) and sees them in action so she can go forward know that the baby is in great hands and that she made the right decision. The adoptive parents also get to know the birth mother and learn important family history, who she is and why she is placing the baby for adoption so they can share this information with the baby. This is important information for the adopted child that is not normally shared in a closed adoption.
Adoptive parent(s) also get to be involved in doctor’s appointments and the labor and delivery of the baby. Children get to have their own baby book with pictures of their birth parents and adoptive parents together celebrating their birth. They get to hear about their beautiful adoption story about how everyone came together out of love for their birth. Experts believe that these types of adoptions help build self esteem in adopted children.
In open adoption, birth parent and adoptive parent generally say goodbye at the hospital and future contact is limited to a picture and letter exchange so that everyone knows how everyone is doing. In some instances, however, all parties wish to extend the open relationship beyond the birth.
On the other hand, a closed adoption occurs when neither the birth mother nor the prospective adoptive parents know each other. In the most closed forms of adoption, no information of any kind is exchanged. A closed adoption is a good choice for those who value privacy and confidentiality.
If You’re Pregnant, Adoption Is an Option
For many women who have unexpectedly learned that they are pregnant, adoption can be the answer. We are here to provide you with all of the information and help you will need. From presenting you with profiles of wonderful prospective adoptive parents to obtaining no-cost medical care to helping you make your labor and delivery plan, we’ll be here to handle all of the details.
If you’re ready to start on the road to a newborn adoption, whether it is an open or closed adoption, we can immediately get started. We are ready to assist you on a 24-hour basis.