Domestic Adoption of Opiate Addicted Infant.

Domestic Adoption of Opiate Addicted Infant. In the USA, opiate addiction and other drugs have become a leading cause for the removal of a child and the termination of parental rights of a biological mother. Foster care and Domestic adoptions have become a way to remove the infant child from the harmful environment, and place […]

Trauma response interview George Rogu M.D. CPE

Trauma response interview George Rogu M.d. What is your background and training? The medical school that I attended was the University Medicine at Bucharest Romania. After the completion of medical school, I pursued Pediatric residency training at Albert Einstein College of medicine, Montefiore Medical Center. Since graduating from Montefiore Medical Center, I have been practicing […]

Just a case of late night misinformation.

  Today I will write about little Jeremy who is only 6 months old, and only recently arrived to the United States from Guatemala. While still in Guatemala, Jeremy was slightly ill with a slight case of Diarrhea. The agency and parents wanted to make sure that nothing would delay the Adoption process so they […]

Is Adoption Education Important?

After speaking with numerous Adoption Agency directors, I came to the conclusion that because of the 2007 Hague accreditation process and Department of State regulations many agencies have been struggling with the educational component of the accreditation process. I had spoken with some agency directors and they informed me that they have been trying to […]