Welcome to the American Adoption Congress

Hyatt Regency Cambridge is currently experiencing a severe complication with our online reservation system.  We understand that many of the attendees from AAC are attempting to book their guest rooms and have been unsuccessful due to this over the past few day and we apologize for this.  In order to make your reservation, please call the Hyatt reservation center at 1-800-233-1234.  The deadline to make your reservation at the discounted rate has been extended through Thursday 3/5 due to this inconvenience.  We look forward to welcoming you and AAC to Hyatt Regency Cambridge next month.

REGULAR Registration starts 02/26/2015
ONSITE Registration starts 03/25/2015

To see prices and other info Manual Download Registration Form

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Are you interested in helping the AAC grow?
Learn more about open positions and volunteer opportunities.
Listen to AAC's MI State Rep - Tina Caudill Confidential Intermediaries discuss
connecting adoptees with birth parents

Join Us

The AAC is a community of adopted adults, parents by birth and adoption,their families and adoption professionals.  We value our members, donors, and volunteers.  Join us and together we will turn our common vision into a shared reality.
Walking Through Ohio's New Adoption
Records Law

March 20, 2015 - Adoptee Access -Ohio
"What Not to Say to an Adoptee - Part 1"

Other Videos, Films & Music
For adoptees, and their families by birth and adoption, adoption is a life-long journey that revolves around identity, family, and community.  Adoption is complex.

Searching, finding, reuniting, reconnecting: these are all life-changing decisions.  No one understands the emotions involved like those who have gone through it.
Upcoming Conferences & Other Events

Come and Join Us in Cambridge
REGULAR Registration starts 02/26/2015
ONSITE Registration starts 03/25/2015

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    Keynote presentations from thought leaders in adoption reform 
forty life-changing workshops to choose from.

Keynote Presenters for the conference are:

Bennett Greenspan

President and CEO, Family Tree DNA

Friday Morning
David Smolin

Harwell G. Davis Professor of Constitutional Law & Director,
Center for Children, Law and Ethics, Cumberland School of Law

Friday Afternoon
Rhonda Roorda

Author of In Their Own Voices:
Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories

Rev. Dr. Nicholas Cooper-Lewter

Ph.D., MSW, College of Social Work, University of South Carolina