Adoption Attorneys and Human Service Departments: Working Better Together.
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Hall Grosett, Marie-Elena (ProQuest Dissertations & Theses, 2005)This explanatory study is retrospective in design and examined 23 independent variables relevant to why some special needs adoptions succeed (remain intact) and why others fail (disrupt). Three groups of children known to ...
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