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Welcome to the Team: Devon Thornton

This month, we are excited and honored to welcome a new member to the Adoption Choices of Nevada team: Devon Thornton! She will be working as an Editorial Intern with us for the next six months. Devon is an avid book reader and big Harry Potter fan. With the help of...

Home Study Prep: Know Who to Call?

Knowing who to call in the case of an emergency is very important. Emergency phone numbers can be posted on your fridge or programmed into your cell phone for quick and easy access. During the home study interviews, your social worker will ask you questions about your...

Animals and Home Studies

Pet Allergies Pet allergy is a reaction to proteins found in animal’s skin cells, urine or saliva. This can be triggered by dead flakes of skin (dander) as a pet sheds. Any furry creature can be a source of pet allergy, but allergies are most commonly associated with...

Home Study Prep: In Case of Emergencies

It’s important to always be prepared no matter what, especially with children in the house. Thus, you should make sure to have a solid emergency plan in place. During the home study process, the social worker will ask about this, to see how prepared you are and if...

Home Study State Requirements in Nevada

The home study is perhaps the most crucial part of the entire adoption process. It is required of all adoptions in the state of Nevada. As it requires a lot of paperwork, adoptive families are encouraged to begin gathering the necessary information as soon as they...

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