• Political Science
  • Published 2012

School Adaptation of Adopted Minors: Risks and Intervention Strategies

@inproceedings{Ana2012SchoolAO,
  title={School Adaptation of Adopted Minors: Risks and Intervention Strategies},
  author={M Ana and Rosser Limi{\~n}ana and Raquel Suri{\'a} Mart{\'i}nez},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction. Along the present paper, we want to analyze some of the peculiarities of the school adaptation in the adopted children. Children arrive to an adoption having suffered more or less traumatic experiences that can condition their development and learning. At their arrival to their new family, the minors have to adapt themselves not only to their new family, but also to a new context, the school, where they have to mix with children and adults, and to adapt themselves to a new routine… CONTINUE READING

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