Outside Resources


 We've recently heard news about a great new Facebook Group for Chinese adoptees started by Emma Cook called China adoptee advise / help support group. They are currently welcoming new members, and they would like to share the following message: If you ever need to talk to someone about a problem or advise, we are always welcoming and are glad to extend our support. Please note that the China adoptee advise / help support group is open to Chinese adoptees only. Finally, the group is open to all ages, so any activity on the group must be appropriate for all audiences.  Additionally, they are seeking staff for the group. If you are interested, please reach out to Emma.  Congratulations to the new group - we LOVE seeing new spaces for Chinese adoptees to connect!    C    lick Here to visit the China Adoptee Advise/Help Support Group

We've recently heard news about a great new Facebook Group for Chinese adoptees started by Emma Cook called China adoptee advise / help support group. They are currently welcoming new members, and they would like to share the following message: If you ever need to talk to someone about a problem or advise, we are always welcoming and are glad to extend our support. Please note that the China adoptee advise / help support group is open to Chinese adoptees only. Finally, the group is open to all ages, so any activity on the group must be appropriate for all audiences.

Additionally, they are seeking staff for the group. If you are interested, please reach out to Emma.

Congratulations to the new group - we LOVE seeing new spaces for Chinese adoptees to connect!

Click Here to visit the China Adoptee Advise/Help Support Group


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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY STUDY LOOKING FOR INTERNATIONALLY ADOPTED CHILDREN

Posted January 23, 2018: 

 

Hello everyone, we have recently been contacted by a research group at Columbia University that is studying the ways that emotions are connected to gastrointestinal symptoms in internationally adopted youth. They are recruiting children who have been internationally adopted from institutions or foster care settings, and who are now between 2-4 years of age. This study is performed completely at the participant’s home, so children from anywhere in the United States can participate.


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 American mother's book about raising her adopted Chinese daughters in China

Dated: January 6, 2018