Monday, November 19, 2007

Waiting Children from China

Gladney posts their waiting children from China at the below link. Check back periodically for updates. If you have interest in any of the children please contact gina.pariani@gladney.org for more information.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am interested in older child adoption from China. I am in the initial phases and my husband seems nervous about how an older child would transition. Does anyone have any insight that would be helpful. We are interested in 7-10 year old healthy female.

Elizabeth said...

Older children do come to families with their own stories and experiences and like any relationship, there is a period of transition and adjustment. Gladney will work hand in hand with you to give you the information and preparation you need for that period as well as life long access to any resource you or your family need.

You can contact me at 817-922-5988 for more information on adopting older children from China. I just returned from China where we facilitated a program for 22 wonderful children 6-13 years old. I serve as the Bright Futures Program Coordinator for Gladney.

Elizabeth Johnson

Beckett Gray said...

My non-profit recently published a new book on Chinese adoptive parenting.

“The Dragon Sisterhood: A Guide to Chinese Adoptive Parenting” .

It can be found on our blog:http://www.dragonsisterhood.blogspot.com

I’m wondering if you wouldn’t mind sharing that with your clients this information.

Thanks!Beckett Gray