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Yes. A meeting can be arranged by your Adoption link social worker so that you can get to know the adoptive family.
If you are not ready to be a parent, you can still give your baby the gift of life by choosing adoption. You can plan your baby's future by selecting a stable, loving family to care for your baby. At birth, you can see your baby, name your baby, and love your baby. If you so choose, you can get updates on your child's progress while you continue your education or career goals.
Yes. At Adoption Link we can show you several profile books of waiting families. All of the waiting adoptive families have worked with our social workers and have completed a homestudy, which includes background checks as well as in-home visits by their social worker.
Your child can leave the hospital with the adoptive family. Your attorney, the Adoption Link social worker, and you will meet three days after the birth of the baby to sign the final paperwork. You never have to appear in court. We can meet at your home or at whatever location you choose.
You can leave the hospital whenever your doctor says that you are medically able to go. Your baby will be cared for by the hospital staff and then placed directly into the adoptive family home, usually when the baby is three days old.