In this section find resources relevant for families who have adopted an infant.
ZERO TO THREE (2017)
Provides frequently asked questions and age-based information on nurturing child and brain development in infants and toddlers.
Bringing Your Adopted Baby Home
What to Expect
Offers suggestions for newly adoptive parents to ease the process of introducing a child into their new home, including developing a routine and getting support from friends and family.
Developing Emotional Attachments in Adopted Children
Attachment Parenting International
Outlines the ways in which adoption can affect child attachment and suggests ways parents can form emotional bonds with their children.
Learn the Signs. Act Early.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2017)
Provides resources designed for parents, health-care providers, and early childhood educators on developmental milestones from birth to age 5. Resources include factsheets, multimedia tools, and checklists.
Newborn Care: Common-Sense Strategies for Stressed-Out Parents
The Mayo Clinic
Lists 10 practical strategies to handle the new stresses in your life, as well as links to more baby care articles.
Smoke Signals: Early Signs of Attachment Issues
Rainbow Kids (2016)
Explores age-specific indicators of attachment issues for adopted infants and toddlers.