The Open Adoption Project focuses on improving adoptee experiences by encouraging open communication between all members of the adoption triad, nurturing ongoing open adoption relationships and promoting ethical adoption practices. Follow us on Instagram @OpenAdoptionProject
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Devanie grew up in a very open adoption during a time when open adoption was so rare, a local news station in California, where she grew up, did a special about her open adoption when she was a baby. While she grew up with a very open adoption and vi... more
Sara was adopted at birth during a time when open adoption was nearly unheard of, but she grew up in a very open adoption. In today’s episode, she shares her thoughts regarding her experiences, talking about many of the complexities of adoption and r... more
We continue our Adoption in the Media series in this episode, where foster parents Alisha and Shane lead a discussion of themes in the movie “Instant Family.” They answer questions from listeners regarding expectations and realities of being foster c... more
I'm learning so much as I listen to this podcast that helps me better understand my friends who have adopted, my past situations in foster care, and even my current parenting and coparenting situations outside of the adoption world. The hosts are fun to listen to and the variety of interviews is interesting.
The Nelson’s don’t just bring you incredible research on these topics; they exemplify an ideal open adoption family! Their guests are well qualified as well, make this your first stop for open adoption info, whether you’re pursuing it right now or are just curious to learn more.
I just had to leave a review for this podcast. The Nelsons have put together a show that incorporates so much valuable information, and their interviews with guests include perspectives from all the different people involved in and impacted by the adoption process, and explores many of the issues that often go overlooked in discussions about adoption. This podcast is a great resource and I am so grateful that it exists! Keep up the amazing work!
Just a quick note to say thank you for doing this podcast and for putting a spotlight on the importance of supporting open adoption and everything that comes with it. As an adoptee I can attest that it is invaluable to see the child for their true identity and honor their biology and not try to box them into the identity you hope for them to fill for you as the parent. It will help them through the trauma of adoption and show them they are loved and supported both as a child and later in life.
I’ve been listening with both ears for weeks now ever since I found this show! I’ve listened to almost all of the episodes now but there are new ones each week which I get excited about. Each episode is full of a variety of people’s experiences and variety of adoption specific topics. I love hearing their personal story which is so inspiring for hopeful adoptive parents because they were able to match 4 times! We are a hopeful adoptive family trying to match with #4 after 3 biological kids. I fe... more
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Open Adoption Project launched 2 years ago and published 74 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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