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  • Arguments Against Greyhound Racing

    allows for the commercial racing of greyhounds. However, Australia is starting to speak up against their concerns about the cruel and inhumane ways of the industry. The greyhound industry in Australia is clearly operating outside the boundaries of community standards and one of the reasons is because the industry is completely self regulating. Recently New South Whales made the move to propose a ban on greyhound racing completely. This bill will be outlined in this essay with reference to Twining and Meirs’ diagnostic model. As well as a personal opinion based on logic, as to if a complete ban is the right choice and possible alternatives for Australia other than complete…

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  • Erikson's Theory Adopted Children

    especially during adolescence when they are developing a sense of identity. In this author 's experience, there is much to be learned about the difficulties of growing up as an adopted child. To better understand the adopted child 's thinking, one must understand that the adopted child is told by others in society they should be grateful to their adopted parents, never speak of negative emotions with regard to their feelings towards being adopted that may potentially hurt their parents. The…

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  • Core Principles Of Trauma-Informed Care

    occur (ASFA). TPR hearings can be voluntary or involuntary. If the parents have not shown efforts to remove the safety threats and support the wellbeing of their child, this hearing is important in the permanency of the child so they can start the adoption process and find a permanent home. After a TPR has occurred, the child is eligible to be adopted through the foster care system. For the adoption to be finalized, a hearing must take place for the judge to determine if the adoptive parents are…

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  • Descriptive Essay About Adoption

    Besides protecting me from my birth mother on my fifth birthday, he also protected me from them at other times as well. When I was two years old, my birth father came to the door with his new wife. He told my adoptive parents he wanted to try and make it work and since the adoption was not final yet they reluctantly let him take me. Less than a week later, my birth father called my adoptive parents in the middle of the night. He was in a drunken stupor, yelling and screaming that he could not…

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  • Analysis Of Orphan Train By Christina Baker Kline

    Not all people were lucky enough to grow up in a loving family with both their mother and father, some people were put in bad living situations or sold of as child workers. In Christina Baker Kline’s Orphan Train, the idea of giving children a new home was a good one, unfortunately the trains and how this situation played out was an awful idea. The trains put the children in terrible situations when they easily could have stayed at the orphanage and waited until a family actually wanted them.…

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  • Children's Transition Out Of The Foster Care System

    The goal is to find safe, permanent homes for foster children through reunification, adoption, or placement with a permanent legal guardian” (The National Voice of Foster Parents). Foster care is a thorough system that seeks homes or family reunifications for the betterment of the children. Foster care is for children whose parents were not able to take proper care of the children. In 2014 there were 22, 392 American children placed in foster care that did not get placed in a permanent home…

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  • Multiple Child Adoption Case Study

    with special needs waiting for adoption, adoption agencies…

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  • Adoption Persuasive Essay

    better, there are some items you should splurge on. Infant Adoption Preparation: What You Should Splurge On & What You Shouldn’t To Splurge: Stroller, Car Seat, Baby Toiletries, Blackout Shades, Baby Carrier, and Glider. Not To Splurge: High Chair, Onesies, Bassinet, Bottle Sanitizer, and Bouncer. The stroller is particularly important if you are about to become an urban mom. Running errands around town on foot means a big basket and smooth push are must haves for your baby’s stroller. If…

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  • Adopt Children Research Paper

    Racism is not the only form of discrimination, and most people have experienced some form of discrimination and can understand the children 's situation and guide them. Many studies have demonstrated that most trans-racially adopted children are self-confident and have a positive view of their ethnic heritage. The most important factor is for children to be raised in a loving home, and too many minority children are left in adoption limbo for lack of same-race potential adoptive parents.” And…

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  • Shadows Of The Mind Book Summary

    I selected an online book which was called Foster Care and Handbook: Behaviors Actions Speak Louder than Words. It is by Norma Brody Geste. The book is free and an online book. It is basically about a senior citizen couple who preferred to be foster parents to teenagers. The author went to school to learn out different diseases about metal health behavior. She also taught in Ventura County Juvenile Hall and was also a Special Education Teacher with the county and the city. She also wrote a…

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