Full day Adoption conference at Rutgers University, Piscataway on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Register at www.cpfanj.org. Keynote plus 33 workshops on topics for pre-and post-adoptive parents, adult adoptees, foster parents, social workers and educators. Continuing education hours available. Breakfast included. $60 per person/ $100 per couple/ $30 student. Walk in rates slightly higher. Topics include how-to adopt, kinship care, openness, adoptee identity and search, legal issues, citizenship issues, Parenting topics.For more information or questions call 908-273-5694
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By TAPINTO MORRISTOWN STAFFMay 27, 2018
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By ANN F. GROSSIMay 26, 2018
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By MORRIS COUNTY TOURISM BOARDMay 24, 2018
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