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Talking to Your Child About Adoption

If you’re like many adoptive parents, it can come as a surprise when your elementary school-aged child, who has always “known” they were adopted, begins to ask questions you thought were answered years ago. You have probably told your child their story many times and answered their questions. But something transformative happens between the ages of six and eight that shakes everything up.
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Dominion Fertility

Dominion Fertility is a proud supporter of the LGBTQ community and we work with individuals and couples to achieve their goal of parenthood. Whether you are a lesbian, gay or transgender couple or individual, we offer the full gamut of fertility treatments options to include; egg donors, sperm donors, IUI, IVF, 3rd party coordination (gestational carrier or egg/sperm donor) and fertility preservation to ensure your dream of being a parent is achieved.
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The École, an independent French-American school located in the Flatiron District

The École, which celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2019, has always been committed to keeping its class sizes small, and the structure of their dual curriculum means that each class has at least two teachers. It is largely thanks to this favorable student-to-teacher ratio as well as the school’s recent expansion, which doubled the square footage of the main campus at 111 East 22nd Street, that they will be able to be fully onsite in the fall, while completely adhering to the social distancing protocols in place.
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How to Pick the Right Read and Start a Kids Virtual Book Club

Sharing excitement and enjoyment over books can be a fantastic way to encourage a passion for reading! As children crave contact with their friends, virtual book clubs provide an excellent platform to engage in book discussions, offer plenty of opportunities to express creativity, promote reading for pleasure, and allow time for some much needed social interaction!
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A Diverse and Welcoming Community

At Worcester Academy, we value diversity. We take pride in our diverse WA community and position our curriculum within a global, multicultural context that helps students develop the independence, confidence, and world-readiness they need for success in college and beyond. We are committed to our multicultural learning community and fully embrace our diverse and multi-talented student body.
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Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey

At Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey (RSCNJ), we go beyond helping infertile couples. We proudly offer LGBTQIA+ family building services. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex and asexual individuals and couples who dream of having a family can often do so with our assisted reproductive technologies.
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Embrace the Outdoors

Having cancelled their award-winning summer camp due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Camp Friendship is now offering families the opportunity to enjoy their beautiful grounds in a different, socially distant way.
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For Over 30 Years, Family Building Has Been Our Family Business

Cryobio is committed to getting it right when it comes to serving members of the LGBTQ+ community. This past November, we hosted Equitas Health Institute at our main offices in Columbus, Ohio. They delivered a training session to us on providing culturally humble and competent care so we can better serve the community. The knowledge we gained in one afternoon was beyond what we could have imagined. Our goal at Cryobio is and has always been, to provide members of the LGBTQ+ community with a welcoming and safe space during their journey to parenthood. This training provided insight into the harsh realities that many members of the LGBTQ+ community face on their path to becoming parents. The individuals who led our training were incredible and honest sharing their own personal stories, as well as other stories of people who were treated unacceptably by physicians, nurses, lab techs, or receptionists when they walked through the doors of a clinical practice looking for care. The actions and behaviors in these stories were heartbreaking to hear and made us even more determined to make sure we are providing the best care to the LGBTQ+ community.
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