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Adoption, Persuasive Speech
Transcript of Adoption, Persuasive Speech
By: Fryssia Silva, Eva Frausto, Joanna Avila, and Crystal Valenzuela
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive even after one year of trying.
Men and Woman can be infertile
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “about 12% of women 15–44 years of age in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant or carrying a pregnancy to term, regardless of marital status (impaired fecundity).”
Also according to Resolve, The National Infertility Association “1 in 8 couples (or 12% of married women) have trouble getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy.
Reasons to Adopt
Consequences of adoption
Once the adoption is final, the law treats the adopting parents as if they were the child’s birth parents.
They become legally responsible for the child’s care, education and support until adulthood - or even longer, in some situations. They have the right to exercise authority over the child.
They also become legally responsible, in some circumstances, for problems caused by the child, such as injuries to another person or harm to property.
They have a right to inherit from the child if the child dies without a will.
Consequences for adopting parents
An adoption creates a legal parent-child relationship between the adopting parent and the child.
It gives both the adopting parent and the child many legal rights and responsibilities.
It terminates some rights formerly enjoyed by the birth parents.
It is permanent. Once the adoption is final, it can only be canceled under very unusual circumstances.
Consequences for the Child
Once the adoption is final, the child loses almost all
child-parent rights with his or her birth parents.
Normally, they lose their right to visitation with their
They are relieved of any legal responsibilities to
their birth parents.
They lose the right to inherit from their birth parents
if the birth parents die without a will.
There are almost 18,000,000 orphans who have lost both parents are living in orphanages
They are at risk for disease, malnutrition, and death.
50% of all youth who aged out were involved in substance use and 17% of the females were pregnant.
Research has shown such children are more likely to go to bed hungry and to be exploited (subjected to child labor) and less likely to be enrolled in school.
About 500 million children in orphanages endure violence, and neglect each year.
Nearly 40% had been homeless.
nearly 60% of young men had been convicted of a crime, and only 48% were employed.