Adopted children are at an increased risk of medical and emotional conditions whether adopted through foster care, internationally or domestically as an infant. COVID-19 may have increased these risks. The following article may be helpful in navigating issues that may come up. In this article "Dr. Elaine Schulte examines the role of adoption medical physicians … Continue reading Navigating Medical and Emotional Conditions in Adoption
What are the true costs of adoption? In this New York Times Article three families share their story and how much they spent. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/11/parenting/adoption-costs.html?te=1&nl=nyt-parenting&emc=edit_ptg_20200212&campaign_id=118&instance_id=15917&segment_id=21196&user_id=4ff604b9c76fc5e4231f89e35e7a16b6®i_id=7884377220200212
"Pursuing an adoption can be very exciting. It can also be overwhelming." This months issue of the Adoption Advocate is all about Choosing an Adoption Professional. Topic include things to ask when choosing an agency, recommendations, licensing, adopting domestically, internationally or from foster care.View the issue here: https://www.adoptioncouncil.org/publications/2020/02/adoption-advocate-no-140
Congratulations to our head researcher Dr Lee Raby! Recently an article was published on helicopter parenting. The article references Dr Lee Raby’s prior research on sensitive parenting. Thank you for those who have participated in our research thus far! You make a difference in our community and help improve lives in the future. Link to … Continue reading Thank you for helping Research!
Congratulations Dr Lee Raby on winning the Rising Star Award! Lee Raby has been named Association for Psychological Science Rising Stars for 2018. We wish to thank all of you who have contributed to this research. We couldn't do it without all of you! The Rising Star designation recognizes outstanding psychological scientists in the earliest … Continue reading Lee Raby Awarded Rising Star
Congratulations Dr Lee Raby for winning the Early Career Outstanding Paper Award for his work entitled “The legacy of early abuse and neglect for social and academic competence into adulthood”! https://psych.utah.edu/news/rabypaperaward.php What is this award? http://www.apadivisions.org/divisi…/awards/early-career.aspx
Congratulations Dr Raby on your recent publication acceptance! In the paper, Dr Lee Raby reports evidence that a parenting-focused intervention improved the receptive vocabulary skills of young children in foster care. Dr Lee Raby’s paper entitled "Enhancing the Language Development of Toddlers in Foster Care by Promoting Foster Parents’ Sensitivity: Results from a Randomized Controlled … Continue reading New Study Published!
Click to view a video of Dr Lee Raby, head researcher of the Utah Adoption Survey, introduces the research study, Utah Adoption Survey, by discussing who the study is about, goals, why, who the project will help, your privacy, and who is eligible to participate. Click below to learn more about eligibility and what the … Continue reading Clip of Dr Lee Raby
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