Helpful Resources for Adopting From China

When you began considering adoption, you likely knew you’d be doing a lot of reading. Families who desire to welcome a child into their home are devoted to learning as much as possible about the process, the challenges that may come up, and ways to find support. Adopting a child with special needs means you’ll not only be researching the adoption process, but the medical condition at hand, as well as treatments your future son or daughter may need.

Recommended Reading

No Hands But Ours has compiled a wide range of books, articles, blog posts, and websites to equip parents for the journey ahead. Whether you are just getting started, planning your trip to China, or adjusting to life back home with your newly adopted child, our recommended reading list covers a broad range of topics.


Making Connections

While reading can certainly help provide education and insight, nothing quite compares to connecting with other families who have been in your shoes. No Hands But Ours support groups exist across the United States. Families can also connect online through various Facebook groups centered around specific needs and medical conditions.

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Feel free to contact No Hands But Ours to ask about information on a specific topic, medical condition, or need. We look forward to connecting with you.

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