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If you are an adoptive parent looking to take your parenting skills to the next level, consider online adoption parenting classes. Designed and written by a certified instructor and a member of the National Parent Instructor Association, OnlineParentingCenter’s courses for adoption meet the requirements of the court, child protective services, foster care and adoption agencies and any other entity in the United States and Canada that allows distance learning. 

With hourly and weekly continuity from 4 up to 52 hours and weeks, our adoption classes come with a free certificate of completion and no hidden costs. Upon completion, a free certificate of completion is provided. Enroll today and take the next step towards becoming an even better adoptive parent.

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Adoption - Process and Statistics 

There are millions of children waiting to be adopted worldwide. They are orphans whose parents are no longer in this world; abandoned children given up for adoption; children entrusted with social care and many others. They all need warmth, parental caress, care, love and a home in which to feel safe and protected. According to some statistics, more than 1 million children in the United States live with their adoptive parents, but by 2005 more than 120,000 children were in public foster care, waiting for their new parents to come and take them home. 

Every year, thousands of families try to adopt a child for a number of reasons - a desire to give a child home, sterility or an attempt to save their relationship. Unfortunately, in different countries, expectant parents face a huge number of challenges in this complex, long and tumultuous process. For example, another statistic from the end of the last century shows that 6 out of 10 Americans have personal experience with adoption. In other words, they themselves, a member of their family or a close friend of theirs have been adopted or have attempted to adopt a child.

Despite the grim statistics, one thing is clear for the adopters - those who want to save a child have huge hearts that barely fit in their chests. Humans who put the happiness of their non-biological child before their own. People full of hope, love and dedication. People who deserve respect!

Enrolling in Adoption Class - Why Is It Necessary?

If you have decided to adopt a child, you should be aware from the beginning that even If your child is two-months-old, it carries its "primary wound". This is what psychologists call the wound that the children experience after being abandoned by their biological parents. The babies are carried in their mother’s womb for 9 months, after birth there is a natural need to be with her, to feel her touch, to hear her voice, to feel loved and caressed by her. This abandonment is painful, which leads to the greater need of the child to feel loved and understood. 

If you feel the need to receive professional advice on how to upbring your children, curing their wounds, we recommend you to enroll in an online adoption training. OnlineParentingCenter has developed these parenting classes in order to help the future parents to prepare themselves for the challenges they are about to face. Our courses are written by a certified instructor and a member of the National Parent Instructor Association.

Being designed by a specialist, our adoption classes meet the national standards of courts, adoption services, child protective services, social workers, legal representatives and other entities within the United States and Canada. In order to meet all of their requirements, we have created programs with different durations - from 4 up to 52 hours/weeks. What is more, OnlineParentingCenter provides weekly pre-adoption classes as well. Choosing to participate in a weekly training, you will receive consistent access to the lecture course, limited to one lesson per week. 

However, no matter which particular adoption parenting class you will decide to take part in, once you complete the curriculum, you will gain free access to your certificate of completion - the official document which states that you have successfully obtained the needed knowledge. 

Why should I enroll in adoption parenting classes?

Enrolling in adoption parenting classes can help you build strong relationships with your adopted child, provide valuable insights into the world of adoption, and help you prepare for the challenges that come with being an adoptive parent.

Who can benefit from adoption parenting classes?

Anyone who is an adoptive parent or considering adoption can benefit from adoption parenting classes. They are particularly helpful for parents who want to learn how to address the unique needs and challenges of their adopted child.

What are the benefits of taking online adoption parenting classes?

Online adoption parenting classes offer flexibility and convenience. They can be accessed from anywhere at any time, allowing parents to work at their own pace and on their own schedule.

Are adoption parenting classes required by law?

Adoption parenting classes may be required by law in some states and provinces, or by certain organizations or agencies involved in the adoption process. It's important to research specific requirements for your situation.

Can the adoption parenting classes help me meet the requirements of child protective services, foster care, and adoption agencies?

Yes, the adoption parenting classes offered by OnlineParentingCenter meet the requirements of courts, child protective services, foster care and adoption agencies, and any other entity in the United States and Canada that allows distance learning.

How long are the adoption parenting classes?

The adoption parenting classes offered by OnlineParentingCenter have hourly and weekly continuity ranging from 4 to 52 hours and weeks, depending on the specific program chosen. © · 2024