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  1. Understanding Why: Understanding Attachment and How This Can Affect Education with Special Reference to Adopted Children and Young People and Those Looked After by Local Authorities by Mary Ryan, National Children's Bureau, 2006-12-31
  2. Stop Wasting My Time!: Case Studies of Pupils with Attachment Issues in Schools with Special Reference to Looked After and Adopted Children by Eileen Bebbington, 2005-05
  3. Children with Serious Conduct Issues, Part 2: A NEATS Assessment by Ph.D., LICSW Jane F. Gilgun, 2009-11-13
  4. Children with Serious Conduct Issues, Part 3: Guidelines for Case Planning by Ph.D., LICSW Jane F. Gilgun, 2009-11-13
  5. Children with SeriousConduct Issues: A Case Study, A NEATS Assessment, & Case Planning by Ph.D., LICSW Jane F. Gilgun, 2010-01-22

1. Practical Attachment
Practical attachment describes developmental, social and emotional issues of young children who spent Category Home Family Parenting Adoptive Parents...... promoting attachment in children with special parenting needs that are often confusedwith attachment issues so that Not all children from orphanages fit this
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Have you adopted a complicated child? Or are you thinking about it, and wondering how to prepare? Or wondering if you can handle it?
Are you looking for strategies for promoting attachment in children with special parenting needs, such as children from institutions or backgrounds of neglect?
Are you struggling with professionals to find a diagnosis that fits and is actually helpful to you when you seek services?
Welcome to my world.
This web site may help you understand some useful concepts and strategies for young children who have problems associated with living in an orphanage during their infancy. You need to be aware of problems that are often confused with attachment issues so that you won't be caught off guard if they should develop in your child. Not all children from orphanages fit this profile, so your experience may be different. You won't find any horror stories here, just preparation. I want you to adopt these kids! I want you to feel that you have the information you need to help these kids have a meaningful life. I want you to feel ready, willing and able to love, protect and parent these kids in ways that are appropriate to their developmental needs. Every last one of them! A loving family for every child...
By request, I am posting articles, correspondence, essays, checklists and observations that I have written over the past 6 years. Much of this has appeared on adoption-related e-mail lists, and some has been included in newsletters and booklets. These topics are revisited as new people begin struggling with these issues. I hope this web site will help make these ideas easier to find. If you are looking for statistical data or scientific research, you will need to look elsewhere. This is a practical site. Everything here is based on observation and input by adoptive parents. This is not the final word, or the only approach.

2. Adopting.com Resources For Special Needs Children
This site is for those who have adopted special needs children either domestically Thissite focuses, but is not limited to, attachment and bonding issues.
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International Child Amputee Network
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    Email: bbaughn@bellsouth.net The International Child Amputee Network provides the parents of children with absent or underdeveloped limbs with a vehicle for communication between parents and adult mentors who are congenital amputees or early acquired amputees through I-CAN an Internet mailing list and annual international and regional meetings

The Attachment and Bonding Center of PA
    URL: http://www.abcofpa.net/
    Email: ajames4746@aol.com or
    Email: cherylln@juno.com At ABC of PA, we believe in hope for healing. We specialize in the treatment of children and adolescents with attachment disorders - children who are suffering from a seeming inability to form an attachment or bond with those who love them most
The Attachment Center at Evergreen
    URL: http://www.attachmentcenter.org/ "We are committed to transforming the lives of children with attachment disorder and their families, and promoting healthy parent/child attachments."
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7. Preparing Families For Adoption Of Children With Special Needs
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By Dr. Victor Groza and Daniela F. Ileana International adoptions have increased since the end of World War II and currently represent about 10% of all adoptions in the United States . While children are adopted from every continent, different countries have been primary sources for international adoption. Although 6,500 children were adopted from Germany by American families during the years 1963 to 1981 , before 1990 most international adoptees came from Asia or South America. Beginning in 1990, international adoptions increased from Eastern and Central Europe. European adoptions, particularly in 1990 and 1991, were predominantly from Romania. By 1992, more children were adopted from the republics of the former Soviet Union rather than Eastern Europe. In 1995, there was an increase in children arriving from China. While the history and culture of each of these countries are different, there are many similarities in their child welfare systems that affect the issues faced by families who adopt internationally. Child welfare systems, in most emerging countries, are institutional or group-care-based systems, unlike the United States, which is a foster-family-based system. Thus, the overwhelming majority of children adopted internationally have spent time in institutional settings. Many of these children are placed at infancy or shortly thereafter. Most of these children are not orphaned in the traditional sense, in that they still have birth parents who are alive but are unable or unwilling to care for them. Often, these children become part of the child welfare system due to family poverty. There are many similarities in the structure of the institutional systems, even though they are located in different countries. For example, the structure of the system in Romania, as described by

8. Attaching In Adoption Book Review
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    Email: saanda@aol.com The Attachment Disorder Network is a national organization dedicated to education, support and advocacy for families dealing with attachment disorder and attachment issues. We feature a bimonthly newsletter and a packet of information to get new parents started on their journey.
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10. Families With Children From China
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13. ANCOR Adoption Network National Resources
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The Adoption Connection Project is a group of individuals dedicated to bringing together birth mothers, adopted daughters, adoptive mothers, foster mothers, step mothers and other women and men to share their stories.
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Offers 8 modules for teaching elementary and secondary school children about adoption and related issues. Adoptive Families Together This site includes a variety of information on addption related issues, anecdotes, resources and adoption support. The Arc Formerly known as the Assocation for Retarded Citizens of the United States, The Arc is the country's largets voluntary organization committed to the welfare of all children and adults with mental retardation and their families.

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15. Reactive Attachment Disorder
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17. NYS CCC Adoption Conference 2000: Workshops
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Together What are the special issues in families with both birth and adopted children? 21.Anxiously Awaiting attachment New understandings in how
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19. ABC Of Ohio -- Dr. Greg Keck
Cleveland, Ohio. Assessment and treatment of childparent bonding problems. Training for parents .Category Health Mental Health attachment Disorder...... Mother's Retreat. Adoptive mothers of children with special needs or children withattachment issues require time away to regroup and rebuild their resources.
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attachment and bonding center of ohio gregory c. keck phd ABC of Ohio
Presents Parenting and International Adoption Training
Adoption and Attachment: Strengthening Family Connections
There is no denying the inherent strength of the bond that exists between a mother and her infant. It is the very framework of the child's life...the key that impacts how the future will unfold. Sometimes, this fundamental connection fails to develop. Children embrace the belief that they cannot depend on others to care for them or meet their needs. Instead of moving toward trust, they shy away from it - convinced that they are alone in their fears and insecurities. A variety of factors contribute to their feelings, including:
  • Interruptions in the early bonding cycle Abuse and/or neglect Multiple placements Painful medical conditions Frequent separations, such as hospitalization Chronic family situations Lack of nurturing and love Orphanage/Institutional care
Promoting Healthy Attachments Through A Full Spectrum of Services At the Attachment and Bonding Center (ABC) of Ohio, we place particular emphasis on fostering the connection between adopted children and their parents. By re-working the early life experiences that interfered with normal developmental processes, we help the children let go of their anger, resentment, and fear. With this release comes the freedom to experience closeness and trust with others - resulting in a greater likelihood that they will attach to their adoptive families. To achieve this end, we provide a variety of services tailored to the specific issues of children with attachment difficulties, as well as programs for those whose lives are intertwined with theirs.

20. Foster Care - A Child's Journey Through Placement
with Birth Parents Assessment Treatment Planning special issues. Management ManagingBehavior Reflecting attachment Problems children with Learning
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Table of Contents Attachment and Separation
The Importance of Attachment
Development of attachment between parent and child
Assessing attachment
Identifying Attachment Problems
Promoting New Attachments for Children in Care Child Development
The First Year of Life
The Toddler Years
The Preschool Years
The Ages Six through Ten
Adolescence Special Developmental Issues Separation and Loss Factors Influencing the Reaction to Separation The Grief Process Unresolved Separation Interfering with Attachments Minimizing the Trauma of Moves Strategies for Minimizing the Trauma of Moves When Foster Children Enter Interim Care The Foster Family's Role When the Child Leaves Returning to the Birth Parents Moving a Child to Adoption Leaving the System by Emancipation Case Planning Working with Birth Parents Assessment Treatment Planning Special Issues Behavior Problems Principles of Behavior Management Selecting an approach to Behavior Management Managing Behavior Reflecting Attachment Problems Children with Learning Problems Direct Work with Children The Scope of Direct Work Communicating with Children Additional Communication Tools The Lifebook $20.00 plus $1.50 per book postage and handling.

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