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TEST 6: THE ADOPTION PROCESS

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True or False, Multiple Choice, Short Answer

1. The main processes of adoption are: ________


a) The Adoption Study, the Finding Period, Child Placement, Supervision &
Finalization, and Re-application for Adoption
b) The Adoption Study, the Waiting Period, Child Placement, Supervision &
Finalization, and Re-application for Adoption
c) The Adoption Study, the Approval Period, Face-to-Face, Supervision &
Finalization, and Re-application for Adoption
d) Orientation, the Finding Period, Relationship Building with Birth Parents,
Supervision & Finalization, and Re-application for Adoption

2. What eleven items make up a completed Adoption Study?

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11.

3. What is FSA, and how can your participation in it help you in your quest for
adoption?
FSA:

How my participation can help us:

4. If you have resided in another state within the past five years, then
background checks in that state may also be required. True or False ________

5. How many reference letters are required to complete your adoption study
and from whom?

How many?

From whom?

6. When should you pay the $1,000.00 Study Fee?

7. It’s About Love website is only for additional information and stories for you
to browse through. True or False ________

8. In your intake appointment, you and your spouse will meet separately with
the adoption worker. True or False ________

9. What will happen in the Home Visit and Safety Inspection?

10.Why is Adoption Education important?

11.The one responsible to write your adoption study is: ________


a. You
b. Your Bishop
c. Your adoption caseworker
d. Your spouse

12.What is the approval letter?

13.Components of the Finding Period include: ________


a. Individual Interviews, the expectant parent’s Blog, Building your
Relationship with the expectant parent(s), and the Face-to-Face meeting if
not done at Placement.
b. Networking, the expectant parent’s Announcement, Building your
Relationship with your adoption worker(s), and the Face-to-Face meeting if
not done at Placement.
c. Networking, the expectant parent’s Announcement, Building your
Relationship with the expectant parent(s), and the Face-to-Face meeting if
not done at Placement.
d. Networking, Building your Relationship with the expectant parent(s), and
the Face-to-Face meeting if not done at Placement.

14.How should you respond to an Announcement?

15.Why is Relationship Building important?

16.How should you act in the Face-to-Face meeting? What would you like to
accomplish in it? What should I do after the meeting?

How will I act?

What would I like to accomplish?

What will I do after the meeting?


17.Write the two parts of the Placement Period in the adoption process and
answer the following questions.

1.

What is it?

Name two possible locations?

2.

What is it?

18.How can I act to be sure not to offend or make the birth parent(s) or
grandparents feel uncomfortable? (Include things not t(o do.)

19. Termination of Parental Rights can include possible legal risks,


fulfillment of state mandated judicial consents, securing the consent of
a legal father, ICWA, a rescission, and/or ICPC. True or False ________

20.Write the six components for the Supervision and Finalization Period.

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2.

3.

4.

5.

6.
21. Explain Supervision.

22.Why may you need an attorney?

23.What do you do with your child’s Pre-Finalization Child’s Medical Report?

24.What happens with Finalization?

25.When can your child be sealed and receive a name and blessing?

26.Why is it important that you honor all commitments made to the birth
parents? Which commitments do you intend to make?

Why is this important?

What commitments do we intend to make?

27.Once an adoption is finalized a couple can do what a year later? ________


a. You can legally take your child out of the country, so go on a cruise.
b. Re-apply for adoption
c. Celebrate your child’s birthday
d. Lobby for adoption in your local legislature