National Adoption Month
November 2, 2011 by staff
National Adoption Month, National Adoption Month has raised awareness of millions of Americans across the country. Adoption.com is proud to be an active part in the adoption community by providing in-depth information and resources for families affected by adoption.
MESA, Arizona, November 1, 2011 / 24-7PressRelease / – each November since 1976, communities across the United States held their approval. The idea was simple, Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis declared a day during which the adoption community would be held. This gesture became a nationally recognized day, then week, in which the adoptions were completed in significantly large amounts in courts across America. National Adoption Week was extended by former President Bill Clinton, the adoptee, who declared the adoption consciousness deserves to be observed for a whole month.
Thirty-five years after the first government-approved delivery to community needs adoption, the community now has 30 days a year dedicated to public education and awareness about the problems facing the community of adoption. The apex of National Adoption Month is National Adoption Day, when the President gives a proclamation of national goals and the importance of adoption to the United States and the preservation of family values. On this day, hundreds of adoptions are finalized simultaneously across the country. The other 29 days of November are dedicated to education in light of an annual theme.
This year the theme of National Adoption Month is “Making lasting change” for foster children in their formative years between eight and thirteen. There are approximately 107,000 adoptable children in the foster care system in need of permanent placement outside the biological home, and 8 to 13 is the most populous age range of foster children. It is therefore the greatest need of attention, mainly because older children may have problems is placed for adoption by the percentage of the prospective adoptive child seeking placements or those who do not understand or desire the benefits of adopting a older child.
This is what makes National Adoption Month is so important and why the whole world, if they believe they are affected by the adoption community or not, should seek to get involved in events this year’s National Month of adoption. If you’re in an adoptive family that can subtly celebrate the adoption of a base year round every day, yet November is the perfect time to celebrate the adoption plays important role in your family and think about ways to its effect on their community.
With Adoption.com ‘s Annual Calendar National Adoption Month, find out how to get the most out of your month. From things as simple as creating a blog clean craft ideas and activities of community and family oriented, the National Adoption Adoption.com calendar month is a really great way to learn and share a thing or two about adoption community, and dozens of opening doors for discussion among the members of your family what makes life unique. And with a little extra work, you may be able to make a difference, not only for how your family feels about adoption, but for the future of adoptive families as well.
Get your local media involved, letting them know that you can contact the Office of Children and Ad Council to develop and distribute public service announcements and education. There are a variety of resources, materials, media outreach and related products making use of the community. Volunteers can also talk to local officials on procedures for the publication of posters and bus advertisements. Every child has the right to a family. Now you can help connect waiting children with families through the sale of photos Adoption.com. By placing the photo Adoption.com List Widget to your blog or website, you can turn to their community and support local foster care.
There were an estimated 400,000 children in the U.S. system host in 2010, about a quarter of what is expected for permanent placement. These children deserve to be raised in a constructive environment that is safe and loving. Make a lasting change in the life of a child is not limited to being a foster parent. The goal of the 2011 National Adoption Month can be done in a series of volunteer work, from choosing to educate yourself in the community of the adoption or awareness in your city, and find ways to act as a mentor for local foster children or how to sponsor a family or foster child.
Adoption.com is committed to community needs adoption, working to educate the general population and the provision of services to help many adopted children, adoptive parents, adoptive parents and birth parents who can. Our monthly E-Magazine Adoption.com offers several articles on the Awareness Month-making and is an excellent resource for those wanting to learn more and get involved in the adoption community.
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