Yet, many misconceptions about adoption still remain.For example, prospective adoptive parents often flr if they will be able to love an adopted child as much as a biological child, and birth parents sometimes worry that their child will have ill feelings toward them, to name a few.However, the U.S. Department of Health and Services has posted the latest adoption statistics taken from the 2007 National Survey of Adoptive Parents (NSAP).
This is the first empirical study with quantifiable statistics about adoption that can be used to finally put some of these misconceptions to rest.The following are some of the most common myths about adoption and what the adoption statistics say about each. Misconceptions About Adopted Children putt. Find out more about us. About Contact Advertise Investors SitemapAdoption.com is not a licensed adoption agency or facilitator and it does not provide professional, legal or medical advice.It does not place children for adoption or match birth parents and adoptive parents.
All rights reserved. Despite the fact that we live in one of the most fortunate nations in the world, there are 102,000 children in the U.S. foster care system waiting to be adopted.