Indiana's Waiting Children
The Latest from the Indiana Adoption Program Blog
The Fear of Being Invisible
We all know kids who do things to “get attention.” But many children with neglect histories who get labeled as “attention seeking” are actually seeking connection. If we can work on giving that connection as often as possible, we can help curb some of the negative behaviors. Connecting, though, requires us to look at the need behind the behavior and come up with “out of the box” solutions.
Summer Camp, Here We Come
It's not even Spring, and yet, here we are, already thinking about Summer! Well...thinking mostly about summer camps, which are open for registration now, and as any parent knows -- they fill up FAST! Sometimes, finding a summer camp option feels easy, especially if...
The Depth of Their Fear
Children who have trauma histories are victims of their intense fears. Traumatic fear can only be resolved by consistently repeated positive experiences which serve to balance the brain and give hope of safety.
Stay Connected With Indiana Adoption Program