A Clinician’s Guide to Adoption

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If you have a patient who recently discovered she is pregnant, there are specific next steps you must take as a clinical professional. One of these may be educating your patient on her various unplanned pregnancy options, including parenthood, adoption, and abortion. Beforehand, however, there are certain questions you must ask. There are also clinical ethics you must be aware of, as well as a specialized knowledge base you must carry, before handling this type of situation.

As a non-profit, licensed adoption agency with over 30 years of experience, Adoptions With Love can help. We work with expectant parents, birth parents, social workers, and clinical professionals nationwide in efforts to provide free-of pressure, free-of-cost adoption services. We have created this guide especially for the doctors and nurses, counselors and social workers, whose patients may be considering adoption.

Our Clinician’s Guide to Adoption will equip you with the knowledge needed to better assist and care for women facing an unintended pregnancy. This guide is also designed to educate you as well as your patients on the act of making an adoption plan.

Tell us about yourself:

Name (First, Last)*:

I am*: pregnant and seeking information about placing my child for adoption interested in receiving information about adopting a child

Baby's Month Due*:

Your Address:

Apartment Number:

City:

State*:

Zip Code:

Phone*:

Your Email*:

How would you like us to contact you?*

 It's OK to contact me by phone It's OK to contact me by email It's OK to send me text messages

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