Providence Place Blog

  Disabled young adults often face a difficult road. Because they need more support and they need to work harder than their peers, it can be easy for them and those around them to believe that they are incapable of independent living. Yet, achieving as much independence as possible is vital. Following are just a […]

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  Embryo adoption offers couples a unique way to build their forever families. In this type of adoption, the adoptive couple receives embryos from a donor family who no longer needs them (usually due to having already completed their own families). Those embryos are then implanted in the adoptive mother, giving her the opportunity to […]

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When you are considering adoption, in San Antonio or elsewhere, it can be difficult to navigate the transition when a child, or children, join your home. The fact that your child started life out with another family and that they may have experienced difficulties before they came to you can alter your parenting in many […]

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When Alec started our program at CHI, he would sit in a corner and seldom talk. He was extremely shy and insecure. The turning point came months later when he decided to participate in the annual talent show and performed in front of everyone. His success changed his attitude completely. He started talking to different […]

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