What is the difference between open and closed adoption?

Answer

A closed adoption means there’s no contact or identifying information shared between birth parents and adoptive parents. The difference in terms varies between open and semi-open, but usually there’s more direct contact and communication with open adoptions. With semi-open, there’s usually a liaison from the agency that helps facilitate communications and openness agreements. 


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