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Perspectives on Normalcy Handout: You Get a Call, "Do You Want These Kids?"
This handout is part of the series, “Perspectives on Normalcy: Videos and Discussion Questions.” It is designed to facilitate discussion about the issues raised in the video, “Kinship Adoption: You Get a Call, ‘Do You Want These Kids?’”
Capacity Building Center for States
Facilitates discussion about the normalcy issues raised in the Kinship Adoption: You Get a Call, ‘Do You Want These Kids’ video, which is part of the Center for States’ Perspectives on Normalcy: Videos and Discussion Questions product.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2016). Perspectives on Normalcy Handout: You Get a Call, "Do You Want These Kids?". Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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