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Waiting Child Webinars
Waiting Child Program Webinars
A Waiting Child generally refers to a child who is legally available for adoption and is not matched with a forever family. In most cases, the child is under the care of public foster care agencies or an orphanage. Internationally, the child may be considered a waiting child because of various factors that could include developmental delays, mental issues, medical special needs, emotional issues, or because they are part of a sibling group. They are also classified as a waiting child simply because they are older.
Asia Program Webinars
Superkids Spotlight: Urogenital Issues, Thu, Feb 18, 2016 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Join Superkids Pediatric Physical Therapist Keely O'Dell for an informative series on common medical needs seen in children available for adoption. Our February webinar will focus on urogenital and related issues.
Superkids Spotlight: Cleft Lip/Palate and Hearing Loss, Thu, Mar 17, 2016 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST
Join Superkids Pediatric Physical Therapist Keely O'Dell for an informative series on common medical needs seen in children available for adoption. Our March webinar will focus on cleft lip/palate and hearing loss.
We will have a Q&A time at the end of the webinar to ask follow up questions from the presentation, or general questions about Gladney's China Waiting Child program.
If you missed any of our previous webinars, you can watch a recording.
For questions or more information, please contact April Uduhiri.
For more information, call 1-800-INT-ADOP and request a free, comprehensive Adoption Information Packet, or you may request and receive one on-line.