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Abstract Concurrent carers are individuals approved as both foster carers and adopters for children in care. These carers have a child placed with them while reunification with the child’s birth parents is assessed. If reunification proves impossible, the carers can then adopt the child. Little...
Abstract Evidence shows that adoption is primarily a beneficial measure to ensure relational permanency for children who cannot return to their birth family. At the same time, it is one of the most radical experiences a child will ever have, requiring specialized preparation and support. This...
Abstract This study analyzed psychosocial factors associated with coparenting support among Brazilian adoptive parents. 148 Brazilian adoptive parents aged 20 to 55 years (M = 39.16; SD = 6.89), and primarily heterosexual (87.76%), responded to an online survey. Descriptive, bivariate and...
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