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Adoption /Permanency Training / Entrenamiento De Adopcion y Permanencia Day 1 / Dia 1

December 6, 2018@5:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Adoptive families, Pre- Adoptive Families, PLC Families or anyone seeking more information regarding children and their families.

Training Topics:

-Parenting & Positive Discipline,- Attachment & Bonding,-Grief & Loss,-Community Resources,-The Permanency Process, -Child Development,- Act 101 Paca ( Post Adoption Contact Agreement)

* Please note that the topics offered are mandatory for any family seeing to adopt from foster care in the state of Pennsylvania. If you are pursuing an adoption within the 2018-2019 year, this training is Mandatory. All those whoa re not adopting, are welcomed to attend. For more information feel free to contact the adoption Supervisor Ms. Daisy Cocar at 267.507.1326 .

Las familias Adoptivas, Pre- Adoptivas, Familias PLC O cualquier persona que este enteresado en mas informacion sobre los ninos y sus familias:

Areas de informacion

– Crianza y Disciplina Positiva, – El Carino Y Vinculo, – Dolor Y Perdida, -Recursos Communitarios, – Proceso de permanencia, – Desarrollo del Nino, Ley 101 PACA ( Acuerdo de contactos despues de la adopcion)

* Tenga en cuenta que los temas ofrecidos son obligatorios para cualquier familia buscando adoptar después de haber sido padre de Crianza en el estado de Pensilvania, Si se esta llevando a cabo una adopción en el ano 2018-2019, este entrenamiento es obligatorio. Alguien que no este adoptando, puede asistir pero no es obligatorio. Para mas informacion contacte a la supervisora de Adopcion Daisy Cocar, 267-507-1326


December 6, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm


APM Resource Center 2637 N 5th Street Philadelphia PA 19133
2201 N 5th St United States



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