Placing My Disabled Baby for Adoption in New York

Having a child with disabilities is never easy. The road ahead is often uncertain. You might be wondering if you’re able to do this. While many parents are up to the task, some hardly have the resources to care for a healthy child. If you find yourself wanting to put your baby up for adoption, there is no shame in your choice. Even if he or she is disabled. Adoption is a choice that can open new doors for your child. At Adoption Choices of New York, we understand that adoption is a brave choice. People who choose to place their disbled baby for adoption do so out of love, and that doesn’t change just because your child is disabled. We are here to help, no matter what.

Can I place my baby for adoption even if he or she is disabled?

Yes. Your child’s disability will not stop you from placing your baby for adoption in New York. Adoption is open to everyone and any child. We will work with you just as we would any other birth mother. Before an adoptive family commits to raising your child, we will make sure that they are equipped to handle the adoptee’s specific disability. The adoptive family that you choose will understand everything they need to know about the disability before the adoption is finalized.

Do I need to go to a special adoption agency to place a baby who is disabled for adoption?

No, you do not need to go to a special adoption agency. Our adoption agencies Albany places all kinds of children for adoption, whether they have disabilities or not. Some organizations help families interested in adopting children with specific disabilities, but you do not need to go to a specific agency. Adoption Choices of New York is here to support you and your child, and we will be sure to find a capable, loving adoptive family.

Am I giving up on my baby?

Of course not. Adoption is never giving up on your baby, no matter how difficult the choice is. Adoption is an act of hope. You’re giving your child parents who want to raise them, who are completely capable and excited to raise a child. It’s not giving up — it’s giving your child a chance at an amazing life. No matter the difficulties your child will face, he or she will have adoptive parents who will face every challenge alongside your child. Your choice empowers your child to live their best life.

Do people adopt babies who are disabled?

Yes! Many people are ready and willing to parent disabled children. These people want to parent and have all the resources they need to parent a disabled child. A lot of people assume that a disabled child is not any parent’s first choice. Of course, everybody wants to give birth to a healthy child. However, some parents specifically want to adopt a disabled child. Perhaps they grew up with a disabled relative or simply felt sympathy for those facing physical challenges. These adoptive parents are aware that disabled children can have a difficult time in life, so they want to help all that they can. They feel qualified to do so and have room in their hearts to raise a child with special needs.

Placing a Child With Disabilities for Adoption in New York? We’re Here to Help

At Adoption Choices of New York, we offer a supportive and non-judgemental service to you. We’re here to help birth mothers give their children the life they deserve. If your child has disabilities and you are looking for an adoption agency in NYC, we have your back. We promise to place your child with an amazing adoptive family, one who is qualified, capable, and ready to raise a child with disabilities. Your child’s adoptive family will provide a beautiful life for your child, loving the adoptee as their own.

Adoption Choices of New York is available to assist with your adoption plan. Call us, text us, email us; we are here for you!
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Meet the Author: Tara Giuffre has always loved reading and writing and grew up in the worlds of NarniaHarry Potter and A Series of Unfortunate Events. Taking this passion for stories, she received a degree from Rutgers University in Journalism & Media. Besides writing, she likes long walks on the beach, spending time with her family (and her cat, Sansa), and baking the perfect loaf of bread. 

She enjoys sharing vital information about adoption and birth mothers choosing adoption to families making important choices for their future family! 

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