June is Apert Awareness Month

June is Apert Awareness Month! In honor of these amazing children, we are thrilled to be able to offer a $1,000 grant to any eligible family who commits to adopting a child with Apert in the month of June! Apert syndrome is a genetic disorder characterized by craniofacial differences, as well as often syndactyly of fingers and toes. 
Over the years,  Madison Adoption Associates  has found forever families for several children with Apert syndrome – one those families is the Singleton family! And we are honored to have Amie share her experience with you all about adopting a precious boy from China who just so happens to have Apert syndrome.
Please ‘meet’ Ramona, Harley, and Daisy. Three amazing children who do not let having Apert syndrome slow them down! These kiddos are full of life! The only thing they are lacking is a family.
Harley (8)
Ramona (7 1/2)
Daisy (7)
Interested in learning more about Harley, Daisy, Ramona, and other children with Apert syndrome available for adoption? Please complete our  Prospective Adoptive Parent form  to learn more! Or visit our  website  for more information.