One of our most pressing needs in adoption recruitment is to find families for children with special needs. The first hurdle is finding families willing to adopt children who will never be able to care for themselves. Some wonder if children with special needs might be better off in the facilities where they live, since they have round-the-clock medical care, plenty of dedicated staff, and safe, structured days. Does it really make sense to put children with special needs into a home setting?
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