The Handbook of International Adoption Medicine
- Miller, Laurie C.
Since 1986, nearly 200,000 children from other countries have been adopted by American parents. Every indication suggests that this number will increase in the years to come. Many of these children arrive in the United States with developmental delays and complex medical and behavioral problems. These children require specialized medical attention to help them adjust to their new lives and surroundings.
The Handbook of International Adoption Medicine: A Guide o Physicians, Parents, and Providers presents an overview of the medical and developmental issues that affect internationally adopted children, offering guidelines for families and physicians before, during and after adoption. Laurie Miller has comprehensively researched these topics and also draws from over fifteen years of experience in international adoption and orphanages throughout the world. T
Status: 1 in stock
Number of Pages: 448
Publisher: Oxford University Press
DC#: 155.44 Mi
1 in stock