Any woman who’s gone through the delivery process will tell you – it’s often more difficult than you think it will be. It is physically and emotionally demanding to deliver a child. Hormonal systems are very active. And it’s not just going through labor and delivering the child, it’s also that time spent recovering afterward.
Women who choose to make an adoption plan experience all of these challenges, but they also face the added stress of knowing that soon the baby will be placed with the adoptive family. After delivery, it may be difficult to cope with the emotions surrounding this situation. Sure, it’s something that the mother has chosen to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy! That’s why we always recommend that women giving up a baby for adoption in Florida prepare for this time and create a hospital plan.
There are many things to take into account when creating a hospital plan. If you choose to work with The Law Office of Madonna Finney, our team will be proactive and collaborate with you ahead of time to plan out exactly how your time in the hospital will go. We work closely with you to identify your needs and in turn, discuss your plan with the hospital staff and adoptive family, so that your full attention can be centered on you and your child. We’ll also advocate for you when you’re in the hospital to make sure that all your needs and desires are met.
Common Elements of the Hospital Plan:
- How do you want to handle hormonal imbalances or emotional difficulties?
- Who would you like to have in the delivery room?
- Who will hold the baby first?
- Who will feed the baby?
- Who will the baby spend time with?
Another element of the hospital plan is whether or not the mother would like to have a doula available to you? She could spend time discussing what to expect before, during and after childbirth, be with the mother and provide support during labor and delivery, and discuss ways to cope with the physical aspects of post-childbirth. Doulas can be arranged for through our staff and provide services at no cost to the mother.
We truly care about the women who come to us for help. If you choose to place your baby for adoption through us, our staff will be there for you throughout the entire process to offer support, education and transparency so that you may feel at ease. You’ll be eligible for free medical care and counseling, as well as our adoption support group.
If you are considering your pregnancy options, or just find yourself searching “give up my baby for adoption in Florida,” we would be happy to talk with you. Nothing is binding. We simply are here to just listen and help you evaluate what path is best to take.
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