Do you think it is possible for adoption workers to give unbiased advice about adoption?
A Parent asks, Adoption workers are paid by hopeful adoptive parents to find them a child (under 2 years of age, preferably an infant). With such a big stake in the adoption being finalized, do you think it is possible for adoption workers to give unbiased advice to either the adoptive parents or the pregnant mother (and the baby’s father)?
How much should they be trusted by adoptive parents?
How much should they be trusted by parents coping with an unexpected pregnancy?