Calendar of Events
2nd Annual Adoption Mini-Conference
Come meet and hear Joy S. Goldstein, LCSW, ACSW, Executive Director of FFTA speak on adoption.
Whether you're just thinking about adopting, on your way to bringing your child home, or already parenting a teenager, this mini-conference has the information and networking for you.
Come build your adoption network and meet adoptive parents and adoption professionals in a relaxed atmosphere. Choose from among 6 workshops in 2 sessions which will include topics of interest to both pre-adopt and post-adopt families. A pre-adopt information session can also be held if there is enough interest.
Admission is $75 per couple/family for non-APC members (includes a year's membership) and $25 per couple/family for current APC members.
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Mar 9th, 2013 (Sat) 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
AMETZ: 19th Annual Adoption and the Family Conference
AMETZ is holding its 19th annual ADOPTION and the FAMILY CONFERENCE on Sunday, March 10, 2013 at The Conference Center, 130 E. 59th Street, New York City.
Come meet the staff of FFTA at our exhibit table and hear us speak on adoption related issues throughout the day.
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Mar 10th, 2013 (Sun) 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
* Adoptive Parents Committee (APC) meetings are open to the public, however APC membership is required for the annual conference and the fully comprehensive pre-adoption workshop held in volunteers homes. For more information email APC at: email@example.com or APCHudson@hotmail.com.
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Not your typical lawyer. Debbie Wolf got to where she is today one challenging job at a time. After studying psychology in college, her first job was as a social worker for the Massachusetts Department of Social Services. This turned out to be both wrenching and rewarding. One Thanksgiving eve, she was charged with delivering a 6-year-old boy whose mother was mentally ill and abusing drugs to his new foster home. "The place was so bad I refused to leave him there,” she said. “Instead I took him back to my office and we ended up spending the night at work with another co-worker until we found a more suitable alternative."