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    • Children's Books for Special Needs: Adoption and Fostering 

      Barnardos; Fingal County Libraries (Barnardos, 2000)
      As the child gets older, it is sometimes hard to know when to give more detailed, perhaps more painful information. Parents sometimes say, "But he never asks!" However, we know from talking to older adopted or fostered ...
    • The National Adoption Contact Preference Register: Your Questions Answered 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2010)
      In the past, adoption was seen as a single event with no need for follow-up once the adopted child had been placed with their adoptive parents. However, it is now widely accepted that many adopted people and their natural/birth ...