Definition Defining adult foster care is challenging largely due to the many different names by which it is referred and the lack of a national standard. For the purposes of this article, adult foster care refers to care provided to persons of adult age in a home-like environment.
Families considering adopting a child with Down Syndrome or other non-correctable special need, should meet the same eligibility requirements, and be prepared for the same process, as described on the page about the Armenian, Bulgarian, Georgian, Ghanaian and Moroccan programs. World Down Syndrome Day Video: Will You "Let Us In!"?
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