Adoption and Financial Assistance: Tools for Navigating the Bureaucracy

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Index
AAP (Adoption Assistance Payment), 19, 25-35, 41-42, 55, 58-64, 81, 92, 113, 118, 156
AASK (Adopt A Special Kid), 9
ABA (American Bar Association), 6
ABCD Institute, 102-8
ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), 70, 92, 148-49, 163
Administrative hearing. SeeHearing
Administrative review, 110
Adoption 2002 (Initiative), 58
Adoption advocates, 4-5, 11-12, 49- 54, 80, 99, 166. See alsoAdvocacy
Adoption Assistance and Child Welfare Act of 1980. SeeP.L. 96-272
Adoption assistance contract, 12, 38- 47, 86-99, 118; decrease, 98-99; increase, 62-63; negotiation, 81-99, 162
Adoption assistance payment rates, 23- 35, 81, 86-87, 92, 96-98, 115-18, 131; negotiation, 81-99
Adoption assistance, reconsideration of eligibility, 125-26, 141; retroactive eligibility, 156
Adoption assistance retroactive payments, 52-54, 124-25, 130-32, 134- 35; awarded in specific state, 134-35; state regulations and policies, 124; wrongful adoption suits, common elements, 195
Adoption bureaucracy, 4, 45-64, 80, 166
Adoption law: creating new, 165-71; history of, 7-13
Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997, 6, 32, 51, 58, 94, 96, 197
Adoption Opportunities Act, 11
Adoption records, 165-66
Adoption, special needs: activists, 7; definition, 17-18; history of, 7-13; purpose of, 8
Adoption subsidies. SeeAAP; Adoption assistance
Adoption support groups, 71-75; and activism, 165-71, 197; services, 67
Adoptive parent(s), 7-13, 47-49
Advocacy, 4-5, 69-70, 80, 86-99. See alsoAdoption advocates
AFA (Adoptive Families of America), 8- 9, 70, 72, 74, 78
AFDC, 16-17
African-American child, adoption of, 8
Age: as a child's special need, 6; as a prospective parent restriction, 10

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