Riley Hospital for Children International Adoption Program at Indiana University Health provides premier pre- and post-adoption support for families and couples going through the adoption process. For more than a decade, we have been the only program in Indiana offering comprehensive and multidisciplinary clinical services in the area of international adoption. Our program has gained regional and national recognition and is a certified member of the Joint Council on International Children's Services.
A Highly Specialized International Adoption Team
No matter if you are a parent waiting for your child or your child has already joined your family, our highly specialized team of professionals can offer support at any time during the process. We understand the unique rewards and opportunities for growth when an orphaned child finds a forever family. Our core team, with international adoption expertise, includes a board-certified neurodevelopmental pediatrician, licensed psychologist, nurse practitioner and speech/language pathologist with expertise in feeding disorders. Our team regularly coordinates with other medical specialties within Riley Hospital when additional expert medical care is required (for example, cardiology, cleft and craniofacial anomalies, infectious diseases). We also have access to and partner with other professionals dedicated to children who have been internationally adopted, including pediatric neuropsychology, psychiatry and occupational therapy.
If you are a parent looking for information, consultation or clinical services, we are available to provide you with support at every stage of your journey. Our model of care provides parents and children with a wide range of services. The Riley International Adoption Program at IU Health is a unique and important resource for Indiana and its healthcare community. We provide primary care physicians and their patients access to the broad range of world-class health services available at Riley Hospital, and help integrate this special population of children into their primary healthcare settings.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 317.944.4846.