Monday, January 23, 2012

Teen Pregnancy - (non-medical decisions)

Jan 23, 2012
Part Two of a two-part Justice for Children and Youth blogpost on teen pregnancy looks at legal issues with adoption, legal issues with custody and access, and when Children's Aid might get involved when young parents are caring for a baby. There are resources listed for further information on these topics.

There are two parts to Kiran’s decision-making about the pregnancy: medical decisions, and non-medical decisions (like adoption, involving Rick in the pregnancy, and supporting a baby).  Last week’s post covered Kiran’s medical rights and decisions – today’s post is about her non-medical decisions and providing care for a baby.  This post does not include information about receiving financial support, such as government benefits or child support, for a baby.



Jan 23, 2012 12:59 pm |

Part Two of a two-part Justice for Children and Youth blogpost on teen pregnancy looks at legal issues with adoption, legal issues with custody and access, and when Children's Aid might get involved when young parents are caring for a baby. There are resources listed for further information on these topics.

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