News & Events

Spring Series of Adoption Talks

We’re excited to announce a series of five educational talks that are aimed at facilitating discussions about adoption in your family. There are talks for parents, teens, even a series just for dads.

Search? Reunion? What Might It Mean for our Child and our Family?

Wednesday May 16, 2012 7pm-8:30pm
Leaders: Two experienced professionals in the field of adoption:
Ellen Glazer, LICSW, Family Building Counselor
Deb Olshever, LCSW, Principal at Adoption Associates and consultant to AWL
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Talking With Your Children About Their Adoption

Monday May 21, 2012 7pm-8:30pm
Leader: Nancy Rosenhaus, LICSW
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Fathers Support Group

Three Tuesday evenings, 7-8:30pm. May 22nd, May29th and June 5th
Group Leader: Dr. Ray Levy, adoptive father and Director of
The Fatherhood Project at Massachusetts General Hospital
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Talk for Teens

Wednesday May 23, 2012 7 pm-8:30pm
Leaders: Two experienced professionals in the field of adoption:
Ellen Glazer, LICSW, Family Building Counselor
Deb Olshever, LCSW, Principal at Adoption Associates and consultant to AWL
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Contact Has Been Made on Facebook; now what do we do?

Thursday May 24, 2012 7pm-8:30pm
Leader: Amy S. Cohen, LICSW
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Adoptions With Love 25th Anniversary Celebration

In September 2011, we celebrated our 25th anniversary and the placement of over 1,600 beautiful children with loving parents. It was a day to honor the current and past staff of Adoptions with Love, as well as all of the families touched by our agency.



The event took place at the Warren Center and we had picture-perfect weather for 500 participants who came to enjoy a day of fun including swimming, paddle boats, canoes, pony rides, petting zoo with farm animals, soccer, sports activities, moonbounce, face painting, airbrush tattoos, Gymboree Play and Music, My Gym, sand art, a mad science demonstration, magic show, balloon artist and more. Families connected and re-connected with old friends they had met when their children were small.

Amy Cohen and Nancy Rosenhaus made a presentation and they invited all of the children, now young adults, who were adopted in 1986, to come forward and be introduced, as well as the youngest babies, twins, adopted at just a few weeks ago. Everyone had a super fun time!