Maintaining Connections With Post Donation Communication

Many placing parents are attracted by the fact the Snowflakes program follows an open adoption model. What does open adoption mean exactly? Why is it important?

The most important aspect of open adoption is the children. Your children and the children who will be born into the adopting family. Open adoption allows you to know if a child who is the full genetic sibling to your children has been born and to whom!

Open adoption allows you to establish a mutually agreed upon level of communication with the adopting family for the future.

This Communication May Be:

  • Direct communication with one another
  • Facilitated communication
  • Email (directly or anonymously)
  • Private websites or Facebook accounts

Open adoption helps the child to have access to their story without shrouding it in secrecy. We have many educational webinars on the subject of open adoption and benefits to you, the child and the adopting family.

Jen is our Placing Parent Inquiry Specialist:   970-578-9700 x126 |

The Adoption Process

Watch a series of 10 short videos from the Embryo Adoption Awareness Center that explain the embryo donation and adoption process.