Ellen writes about adopting her visually impaired son, Edy, and how they focused on helping him acclimate to his new home and family while also thinking about how they would transition him into a new school environment.
A little girl must complete a family tree for school but fears her classmates won't understand her own tree, which includes adoptive and biological parents.
Watch this video documenting Finn's adoption day when he first meets his new family. Bethel China helps families adopt visually impaired children in China.
This site is dedicated to finding families for orphans with visual impairments. The children listed on this site may have a very minor impairment, such as a lazy eye (amblyopia ), or a more serious issue like cancer of the eye.
MaryAnne Roberto shares her story of adopting two boys who are blind through Bethel China. Shane and Vincent have different stories, but they are all part of one big family!
Bethel China supports parents of visually impaired children in China and helps orphaned blind children find homes. Find out what they are doing and how you can help!
Kimberly Schildbach writes about her family's journey to bring two special children into their homes. She gives advice to other parents interested in adopting a special needs child.