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Adoption Information Meeting

Virtual IN

Are you either exploring or ready to make a tangible difference in a child’s life? There are many opportunities available, some cost money, some do not. Some take only a few days at a time, some are a lifetime. These Adoption Information Meetings are a great first step in gathering information on adoption, personalized to […]

Recommended Family Lunch & Learn: IEPs and Case Conferences

Virtual IN

Back to School Again: IEPs and Case Conferences For many parents – adoptive or not – “back to school” now includes figuring out how to navigate the supports and services that are available for children with additional needs. Building off our recent Recommended Family Forum about educational supports, we'll spend this lunch & learn talking […]

Region 7 Parent Support Group: Attachment & RAD (Virtual)

Virtual IN

Note: This support group is only open to Lifeline Youth & Family Services families. It is not open to the general public. Lifeline Youth & Family Services offers post-adoption services to Indiana families who have adopted, whether they adopted through DCS or privately. Families who adopted out of state (or even internationally) who now reside […]

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Webinar & Parent Support Group: Parenting Adolescents

Virtual IN

This webinar and support group are being offered by the Center for Adoption Support & Education (CASE), and are free of charge thanks to funding from the Jockey Being Family Foundation. Starting Wednesday, September 28, 2022 | 7:00 - 8:30 pm EST The Parenting Adolescents Series, focusing on the specific challenges and “stuck spots” for […]

Heart to Heart Conference

Virtual IN

Indiana Family to Family's Virtual Heart to Heart Conference is a day of learning and support for families and those caring for or serving children or youth with additional health and education needs or disabilities information in language they can understand. As parents of children with additional health and education needs, we understand the unique challenges […]

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Parent Huddle Support Group (Virtual)

Virtual IN

Many foster and adoptive parents are raising very challenging children and youth -- and we need each other's support as we go through this journey. We can't do this alone! We need to Huddle Up and have a team to support us. Please join us for a weekly "Huddle," on Mondays from 8:30-9:30 PM EST. […]

Getting Ready to Launch: Setting Up Middle and High School Students for Success and Independence

Virtual IN

Register at https://www.additudemag.com/webinar/school-success-independence-teens-adhd/ for this free expert webinar on setting up middle and high school students for success and independence on Thursday, October 13, at 1 pm ET. Sign up and you will receive the free webinar replay link after October 13 as well. For teens who have ADHD, leaping from middle school to high school, […]

Recommended Family Forum: I’ve Inquired on a Waiting Child. Now What?

Virtual IN

Recommended Family Forums are held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, and are intended to be a time of education, constructive dialogue, and support. Occasionally, topics of particular interest to families may also be discussed during a lunch hour forum. All Recommended families will receive an email inviting them to register for […]

Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) – Connecting Principles, Part 1

Virtual IN

This training is geared toward foster and adoptive parents. This training explores the Connecting Principles of the TBRI Model. TBRI® consists of three sets of harmonious principles: Connecting, Empowering, and Correcting. These principles are based on attachment theory and considered to be the “heart and soul of TBRI®". Connecting Principles describes an interaction between child […]

Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) -Connecting Principles, Part 2

Virtual IN

This training is geared toward foster and adoptive parents. This training explores the Connecting Principles of the TBRI Model. TBRI® consists of three sets of harmonious principles: Connecting, Empowering, and Correcting. These principles are based on attachment theory and considered to be the “heart and soul of TBRI®". Connecting Principles describes an interaction between child […]

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