SPECIALIZED ADOPTION
  AGENCY
  For in country adoption
 
  
  SUNITI SISHU GREHA
 
Home for 0-6 years
  abounded Children

 
  ADHIKAR
 
Residetial School for
  Mentally Retarded

 
  NIRAPAD HOME
 
For 6-18 years Children
 
  CHILD HELP LINE
 
  CHILD IMMUNIZATION
  CENTRE
 
  FAMILY RESTORATION
  PROGRAMME
 
  WELFARE PROGRAMME
  FOR DISABLED PERSON
 
  CHARITABLE DISPENSARY
 
  HELLO DAKTAR BABU
 
  RURAL AMBULANCE SERVICE
 
  SERVICE PROVIDER FOR 
  JCL CHILDREN
 
  VOLUNTARY BLOOD
  DONATION CAMP
 
  FREE BLOOD TRANSFUSION
  CENTRE
 
  FREE CATARACT SURGERY
  PROGRAMME
 
  ELDER DAY CELEBRATION
 
  CHILDREN DAY
  CELEBRATION
 
  DAY NIGHT OXYGEN
  SERVICE
 
  DAY NIGHT DOCTOR
  SERVICE
 
  SERVICE PROVIDER
  Girl Child and Women
 
 


  

  C.N.C.P HOME 
  
  CHILD LINE
 
  DISTRICT DISABILITY
  REHABILITATION CENTRE
  (DDRC)
 
  FAMILY COUNSELING
  CENTRE
 

  OLD AGE HOME

 

(e) prepare individual care plans for each child following the principle of the best interest of the child and in preparing individual care plan, the care options in the following order of preferences shall be considered names:- (i) restoration efforts and preserving the biological family; (ii) In-country adoption; (iii) Inter-country Adoption; (iv) Other non-institutional Care and (v) Institutional Care; (f) create a Baby or Child Book as soon as a child enters an institution, which would include photo album of the child, history and details of the child’s life so far (cases of surrendering parents should not be mentioned) and interests of the child and the book will form part of the file to be handed over to the family with whom the child is placed; (g) make efforts to place each child who has been declared legally free for adoption by Child Welfare Committee in adoption with loving and caring PAP(s) expeditiously; (h) be responsible for matching, referral and the legal procedure related to the adoption as provided in these Guidelines; (i) prepare every adoptable child psychologically for his or her assimilation with the adoptive family and the new surroundings; (j) facilitate visitation between suitable PAP(s) and the children proposed for adoption; (k) ensure that Siblings and twins are placed in the same family and are not separated; (l) monitor the well being of the child placed in adoption or in no institutional care for a period of 2 years from the date of such placement, through post placement progress reports and it shall also discharge all responsibilities assigned to it under these Guidelines in cases of disruption; (m) keep all post-adoption records in a manner, which should not be accessible to common public; 46 (n) facilitate root search by the adoptive child, If the child desires to know his or her history, especially information relating to his or her biological mother, father and siblings. However, in doing so the age and maturity of the child would be a consideration. In case of unwed mother or other parents not willing to be contacted, Specialised Adoption Agency shall not pass on the information regarding the biological mother to the child or the adoptive parents; and (o) submit child status report on the online reporting system available on the website www.adoptionindia.nic.in .  

2. Role towards Prospective Adoptive Parents (PAPs).- (1) A Specialised Adoption Agency shall:

(a) not deny registration to any PAP(s) unless stipulated conditions are not fulfilled or required documents not submitted within a reasonable time; (b) complete the Home Study Reports of all PAP(s) registered with them, expeditiously within a maximum period of four months from the date of their registration with Specialised Adoption Agency; (c) continuously update the PAP(s) about the status of their applications; (d) provide information about the medical history of the child to PAP(s) and advise the PAPs to have the child’s medical assessment done by their own doctor; (e) inform the PAPs about the health status of a Special Needs child if such a child is proposed for adoption; (f) place a child in pre-adoption Foster Care after on completion of assigning and referral and after observing necessary formalities as laid down in these Guidelines; (g) not discriminate against any PAP(s) on the ground of being single. However, such cases will be thoroughly scrutinized in order to ensure that the single PAP is capable of taking care of the child; (h) extend post adoption services such as counselling etc., to the PAPs, if required; (i) be entitled to receive registration fee, HSR fee and contribution from PAPs towards CCC but this would be strictly as per amounts prescribed in these Guidelines in Schedule-XVI; and (j) treat PAP(s) with respect and extend due courtesies and assistance and advice as and when required. (2) The prescribed format for Home Study Reports is in Schedule -VI. 47 (3) The Home Study Report shall be prepared by trained professionals and shall clearly indicate the suitability of the PAP(s) for taking a child in adoption. 88. Role towards Biological Parent(s). - The Specialised Adoption Agency shall :- (a) treat the birth parent(s) surrendering a child with respect and dignity throughout the surrender process; (b) obtain appropriate information from birth parent(s) before surrender of the child; (c) encourage the biological parent(s) surrendering a child to provide maximum information about the child’s background and development as well as their own health; (d) not enter into any commitment or agreement with biological parents regarding adoption of a child prior to his or her birth; (e) not make any promise of, or give any, financial support to the biological parents that could influence them to surrender their child; (f) explain to the parents the implications of surrendering their child including the possibility of adoption of the child by foreigners and of no further contact with him or her; (g) inform the parent(s) that they would get a reconsideration period of sixty days from the date of surrender during which they can take back the child; (h) respect the wish of the surrendering parent(s), to the extent possible, if they state a preference for the religious upbringing of the child but the best interest of the child shall be the paramount consideration; and (i) maintain the confidentiality of unwed mother and the biological parent(s).

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