Providence Place Blog

It’s not every day that one of our Center for Higher Independence graduates receives the President’s Volunteer Service Award. Our very own Daniel Fleischmann was awarded the honor this year thanks to all the volunteer work he has been doing in the past 4 years. The award recognizes over 50 hours of Daniel’s volunteer work […]

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Many couples considering adoption are surprised when they first hear what the cost of adoption will be. While adoption agencies usually try to keep fees as low as possible, both international and domestic adoption can cost a significant amount of money. While these costs may seem high, they reflect the expertise and effort that goes […]

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Ideally, you should tell your child about their adoption as early as possible. Many adoptive families begin when their children are infants (if they pursued an infant domestic adoption). However, if you find yourself needing to tell your older child about their adoption, there are ways to do so that will make it easier for […]

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When a friend or family member completes an adoption, it is natural to have questions about their adoption experience and about their new child. In general, many adopting families are happy to share about their experience. However, there are some questions you may have that can come across as insensitive or intrusive. Avoiding these questions […]

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