Are you an expecting mother in Gainesville, Florida? Have you considered your options and decided on adoption? If the answer to these questions is yes, you may have some big questions. As you take your first steps on your adoption journey, Adoption Choices of Florida wants you to know that we have great solutions and answers to your questions.
Contact Adoption Choices of Florida as soon as possible to get started on your journey as a birth mother. Even if you’re faced with an unplanned pregnancy, our agency is ready to help you immediately. From the first phone call or email, our adoption specialists will discuss the adoption process with you. This process will be your decision to move forward with adoption. The process will also begin with your decision to work with Adoption Choices of Florida, where we will decide on a fantastic plan for you moving forward.
An adoption plan is a plan that starts you on your journey once you’ve decided on adoption with our agency. This plan will involve things like developing a budget for you. This plan will involve figuring out what kind of family you would like to adopt your child. This plan will even go over what kind of adoption you want, such as open adoption, closed adoption, or semi-open adoption.
There are more factors when considering which adoption plan, and here at Adoption Choices of Florida, we would like to go over those logistics. This should hopefully help you dial in for the journey ahead and figure out everything you’ll need to know before making that first call.
If you’re living in Gainesville, Florida, and when you’ve decided on Adoption Choices of Florida to help you through your adoption, you’ll need a solid adoption plan. This plan is entirely up to you, as our specialists are here to assist you with the decisions you’ll be making. As previously mentioned, there are many factors that go into this plan.
We know that money can get tight, but one of our goals is to help you through the adoption process and if eligible offer you some financial and housing resources that can help. We want you to focus on selecting a loving family for your baby moving forward. The aid we have listed below does not simply stop when you give birth. We want to help you get through your recovery and come back strong on your own two feet. If eligible we may continue needed aid for weeks after your child’s birth.
There are many factors that you’ll need to consider when finding the right adoptive parents. Here at Adoption Choices of Florida, we ensure that all families you look through have been thoroughly checked and vetted to find the right parents for your baby.
You should consider things like if you want your adoptive parents to be religious. If you want a young family just starting out or older parents with the wisdom to guide your child. Maybe you want your child to have siblings. Are any pets in the family? Adoption Choices of Florida can find parents that are in certain school districts and neighborhoods and parents that are financially responsible and able to give your baby a good life.
Depending on the type of adoption selected, you will be able to get to know the adoptive family through letters, video chat, vlogs, and other means of communication that you deem valuable. You’ll get updates on the families and their lives and learn all that you need to know in order to select the right family.
There are a few different types of adoption you’ll have to consider. This decision will probably be early in your adoption plan. That way, Adoption Choices of Florida can find the families that fit the criteria of your decision.
This type of adoption involves varying contact with your baby after birth and adoption. You can figure out how open you want the adoption to be, but an example would be a bimonthly open adoption. Then, every other month, you could figure out a time and place to visit your baby and the family that adopted your child. This could be in person if you’d like, or perhaps a video chat.
This is similar to open adoption, but there is much less contact throughout the year. But, again, the terms of this can be decided by you or discussed with a family you’ve selected.
This type of adoption has zero contact with your baby or the adoptive family throughout the child’s adolescence. We recommend researching more into the psychological aspects of open v. closed adoptions, and our specialists have the resources to help you make your decision.
Now that you have an idea of where to start, it’s time to get started on your adoption journey. Adoption Choices of Florida is excited to get working on your adoption plan, and we can’t wait to work with you through an important stage of your life.
If you are a pregnant woman in Florida considering adoption and have any questions or concerns about the adoption process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. For more information on adoption, visit us at Adoption Choices of Florida or call us at: (833) 352-3678, or text us at 904-559-1251
Content prepared by Hunter Silvey