Online Adoption Events
Would you like to build your knowledge with tools, tips and strategies to help you in your adoption and parenting journey?
AdoptOntario’s Online Adoption Events are an exciting, new way of connecting families with waiting children and youth. Online presentations of profiles are sometimes offered as a part of a series, where an educational event is offered the week before.
The Education Night
Experts in various topics such as Autism, Prenatal Alcohol Exposure, Trauma, etc present information aimed at demystifying stigma and offering insight into what parenting a child with each need is like. At these events attendees will;
At the end of the event, participants will have the ability to ask questions.
The Profile Night
Workers present profile(s) of children and youth for families to consider. At these events attendees will;
Profile Night: Trent
Date: September 19th
REGISTRATION OPENS AUGUST 18th!
Are you an AdoptReady family? If you have completed your PRIDE training and Homestudy, you are welcome to attend our profile event to meet Trent.
Seven-year-old Trent’s sweet grin and charm can win anyone over. He is a curious, playful and active boy. Trent has a great sense of humour and thinks of himself as “hilarious”. He loves to be outdoors and especially enjoys swimming, soccer, rollerblading and riding his bicycle. However, as of late, he is more concerned about how his hair looks! Trent is a talkative little guy who asks questions and listens intently to the answers. He loves to be helpful and is happiest when he is working alongside an adult baking in the kitchen. Trent loves to learn and is eager to try new things. Trent loves trucks of all kind; in particular he loves monster trucks. Trent enjoys demonstrating his artistic side and likes to colour and draw pictures. He is learning new musical skills with an intent interest in learning to play the drums. He loves to play with Lego and will use his imagination to construct all sorts of things.
Trent would do best with parent(s) who are able to provide structure and routine in an understanding and caring environment. Trent would do well with parent(s) who like being active and enjoy spending time outdoors. He will require firm direction and supervision throughout his childhood development, and the adoptive parent(s) will need to be willing to work collaboratively with community supports as Trent’s needs change. Trent does really well with one-to-one attention and would benefit from being an only child or the youngest by several years.