The Post-Adoption Blues: Overcoming the Unforseen Challenges of Adoption - K. Foli & J.R. Thompson
Toddler Adoption: The Weaver's Craft - M. Hopkins-Best, 1997
Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew - S. Eldridge, 1999
Ontario's legislation enables adopted adults and birth parents to get information from birth and adoption records, for all adoptions that have been registered in Ontario. Adopted adults can apply for copies of adoption orders and birth registrations and birth parents can apply for information from these documents. Adopted adults and birth parents can file disclosure vetoes if the adoption order was made before September 1, 2008. If an adopted adult or birth parent does not want to be contacted by the other party, he or she can file a no contact notice. If an adopted adult or birth parent wants to let the other party know how he or she wants to be contacted, he or she can file a notice of contact preference.