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Special Needs Adoption

Mindy and Alaina during their first week together in China.

The Best Thing They Have Ever Done

The Hostetter family opens their hearts to a little girl with Down syndrome.

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Adoption Prep

Preparing To Be There

Preparing To Be There

Once your family is matched with a child, your social worker will walk you through the Child Prediction Path — a tool to help families anticipate and prepare for their child’s needs before he or she comes home.

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From the Family

A Place of Love and Healing

A Place of Love and Healing

At Peace House, Holt’s medical foster home in China, Zoe Thomas finds the nurturing care she needs to recover from cleft lip surgery before traveling home to the U.S. with her adoptive family. 

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Special Needs Adoption

Because All Children Deserve a Family

Because All Children Deserve a Family

For her seventh grade “Go Make a Difference” project, adoptee Emily Pickett chose an issue close to her heart: advocating for children with special needs.

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Adoption Prep

Top 5 Myths About Special Needs Adoption

Top 5 Myths About Special Needs Adoption

And the top 5 facts that may surprise you!

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From the Family

Unstoppable Samuel

Unstoppable Samuel

Born without hands or feet, Holt adoptee Samuel Tyler adapts to his unique challenges with the love and support of his family.

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Children Who Wait

Children Who Wait

Children Who Wait

These and other children need adoptive families.

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Feature Story

What ‘Special Needs’ Means Today

What ‘Special Needs’ Means Today

How children like Oliver, Amaya and Alex are redefining this often misunderstood term.

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Adoption Prep

Considering Adoption?

Considering Adoption?

Check out this infographic about adopting a child through Holt!

by × September 28, 2015 × 0 comments