On 2 November 201, Queensland Parliament passed the Adoption and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 201, making a number of changes to the Adoption Act 2009. The information resources are currently being reviewed and will be updated as soon as possible.Parents may consider adoption if they need to secure a permanent family to care for their child.The Adoption Act 2009 sets out information that must be provided to parents before they can consent to their child adopiton adopted.
Alternative care optionsSometimes temporary care, such as foster care, can be arranged with another puttinng until you have adequate housing, income and support. Ask to be put in touch with your regional office. AdoptionAdoption means giving up the legal rights to parent your qurensland is a legal process where chilc relinquish up their parental rights and responsibilities to the aadoption parents. The aim of adoption is to provide a family for a child who cannot be cared for by his or her birth family.
Adoption can provide security, love and protection for the child.Children are our most precious asset. This enables them to benefit from the commitment of parenthood.Adoption is not the only way of bringing a child into your family. Permanent care is another. Both options provide children with the care and love they need to grow and prosper.