Adoption Magazine

Adoption resources: Change your language

Getting the right support for our children is key if we want them to thrive and reach for the stars. But accessing the right...

Book review: Adopting a Little Brother or Sister

However your family is created, adding to it with a new sibling brings a mixture of emotions for the whole family. But particularly for...

Adoption stories: Darcy and Ellie

It's a complete honour to share this Q & A with you. It's with Darcy and Ellie (the names they use in the podcast)...

Small Business Spotlight: The Brave Bear Collection

When we started our adoption journey, I struggled to find nice cards and gifts for us to send to our social worker and the...

Five adoption myths

It's National Adoption week from the 18th to the 23rd October. The aim of the week is to highlight that there are nearly 3000...

It’s just a car seat

First published July 2017 It's funny how we attach so many memories to objects or clothing. We've recently bought little miss a new car seat....

“Delly Duck: Why A Little Chick Couldn’t Stay With His Birth Mother”

"Delly Duck: Why A Little Chick Couldn't Stay With His Birth Mother" is a beautifully illustrated children's story book, explaining big issues like adoption...

Teen Talk: Lucky

The last in this series of blogs from Scottish Adoption Teen Ambassadors is written by Chloe. I think lucky is a word that means so many...

Teen Talk: I’m still standing

This week's blog is written by Scottish Adoption Teen Ambassador Arran. He's written about reclaiming his identity and using his past as a foundation...

Teen Talk: A study in adoption

The second blog from Scottish Adoption Teen Ambassador Chloe is called "A Study in Adoption". It gives food for thought about some of the issues...

Teen Talk: I see me

Last summer, I published several blogs written by some of the teen ambassadors from Teen Talk Adoption.  The ambassadors are young people who have...

Interview with Melissa: Parenting children with attachment difficulties

This interview with Melissa was first published in November 2019. She is a mum of two children affected by attachment disorder. In the interview,...

Attachment and developmental trauma: how using therapeutic parenting can help

Attachment and development trauma is common in adopted children due to their early life experiences. This article written by Dr Kate Mason (BSc. Hons,...

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