A refreshingly positive and practical approach to parenting
Parents of adopted children face some unique challenges in addition to all the “regular”
issues that come with being a parent. Parenting
Your Adopted Child provides helpful tools that enable families to understand and counter common myths about adoption that may be harmful to their children. It also clearly demonstrates how parents can effectively tailor their parenting approach to suit their child’s distinct needs.
Written by a renowned pediatrician who specializes in helping adopted children and their families, Parenting Your Adopted Child
answers such common concerns as:
- Why, when, and how do I explain adoption to my child and others?
- How can I help my child deal with adoption at different stages of life?
- How do I nurture a strong relationship between siblings?
- How do I bond with my newborn?
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Andrew Adesman, M.D. (Roslyn, NY) is chief of developmental and behavioral pediatrics at
Schneider Children’s Hospital and associate professor of pediatrics at the Albert Einstein
College of Medicine. Dr. Adesman also serves as director of the Adoption Evaluation Center and the neonatal developmental follow-up program at Schneider Children’s Hospital.
Christine Adamec (Palm Bay, FL) is the author or coauthor of 16 books, including five on adoption-related topics.