Thursday, March 13, 2014

Korean Adoption Continues Strong

Many changes have taken place with the Korean adoption program over the past year, and Korea has made good progress in implementing their new exit and court finalization procedures. We can happily report that since the new laws were implemented, AAC has welcomed home 20 children who have been united with their families, and more families will be traveling to complete their adoptions soon.

AAC’s waitlist for a little boy from Korea is currently very short.  For families living in Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah or California, you could be matched with a baby boy shortly after your home study is approved!

And at this time, AAC is opening our waitlist for a little girl from Korea.  The waitlist for a little girl is currently quite short; however, we can’t guarantee how quickly a family may be matched.

If you’ve been thinking about adoption from Korea, now is a great time to get onboard.  Just fill out a pre-application on the website to get more information!

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

"STUCK" the Movie movement showing...

We were asked to forward this on to our community... 

STUCK:  A movie with purpose produced STUCK, an award-winning documentary that exposes situations where heroic efforts by extraordinarily committed families were necessary to bring a few desperate children into the loving families they so richly deserved. Countries profiled included Haiti, Vietnam, and Ethiopia.
Saturday, April 5th
Wellspring Church 4300 S. Lincoln St., Englewood 80113

***Movie begins promptly at 6pm***






$2 movie admission         
$1 concessions
Child care provided with RSVP ($2 per child)
Q&A session (via Skype) with STUCK’s founder immediately following the movie
100% monies raised to support local adoptive families in need
Questions???  Contact Jennifer Velie 303-618-1687

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Adoption Learning Partners: Expert Advice on Your Top 5 Attachment Concerns

Live Webinar
February 25, 2014
7:00PM Central
Q&A: 8:00PM

Attachment is a process that can take time. Adoption often poses challenges to that process, leaving parents with concerns and questions.
If you’re concerned about your child’s attachment process with parents, siblings or peers, there are practical steps and ideas you can try at home right away. Or maybe you just want to know what’s typical and what’s adoption related.
Join Regina Kupecky as she discusses the Top 5 attachment concerns and what to do about them!
  • Practical ideas for the top 5 concerns she hears from parents including bonding to siblings, parents and peers as well as what’s typical and what’s not
  • Expert insights into attachment and attunement
  • Advice on connecting with your child throughout their development

Submit your questions for us here or by tweeting them to @adoptiontweet using #ALPAttachTop5


Friday, January 31, 2014

Korean Cuties

AAC is happy to announce that we have new little kiddos for the Korea Program. With the Korean program going strong this is a great opportunity to jump on board.
Below are a couple of our newest children .Just click on their name it will take you to their profile on the AAC website.

AVERY : 1 Year old Girl

OWEN: 2 year old Boy 

WESTON: 8 month old Boy

SIMON: 8 month old Boy

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Happy New Year!

Happy Lunar New Year!!!

Did you know that 2014 is the year of the horse??

Some of the characteristics of the Horse are: energetic, bright, warm-hearted, intelligent and able.

Do you know what else it means?


With it being the New Year this weekend AND Superbowl Sunday, where the BRONCOS are matching off against the Sea Hawks, we thought that it just might be kismet!

We believe that it just might be a sign that the BRONCOS are going to win! What do you think? hehe...

Friday, January 24, 2014

Meet a couple of our newest little angels: Kain and Henry


DOB: January 2013
This handsome little guy is Kain. He just turned a year old. He is considered a smart and cute little boy. He likes bathing and beating the water. He is interested in colorful toys that make noise. He is out going and not scared of strangers. He is babbling and making sounds like "baba" and "mama". He loves music and needs it sometimes before bed because it helps calm him to sleep. He is in a Foster home and loves playing with his older brother.
His special need is Post-Operative CHD (VSD & ASD) and, according to his hospital discharge records, has a left oblique inguinal hernia. He can not walk yet but he can stand up while holding on to something. They say he even likes to get in the walker and run around.

Could you be his forever family?

Kain's file is only available for families who have an active LID in China.


DOB October 2012
This little guy is Henry and he is a year and a half old. He is a typical baby, loving to to be cuddled and tickled. He likes to play with toys, especially his rattle and musical toys.
His special need is inversion of both ankles and is going through occupational therapy. We do have updates on his sessions and a video of this little guy.
Henry's file is only available for review by families who have an LID in China.
Could you be this little one's forever family?

If you would like more information about these two little guys, please fill out the preliminary application. Please mention the child's name in the comments section and when your LID is. The application fee is waived for all Waiting Child inquiries.

Feel free to contact our office by phone at 970-532-3576 or email at .

Monday, December 23, 2013


The staff here at AAC (Erin, Regina, Christie and Marissa) would like to wish each and everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!! We hope that 2014 is filled with many blessings and much joy!

As a side note: AAC will be closed December 24th and 25th. If you need anything please call us and leave a message.