Telling it your way: a guide for parents of donor-conceived adolescents
AuthorKirkman, M.; Rosenthal, D.; Johnson, L.
PublisherInfertility Treatment Authority
AffiliationMedicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences: Key Centre for Women's Health in Society
CitationsKirkman, M. and Rosenthal, D. and Johnson, L. (2007) Telling it your way: a guide for parents of donor-conceived adolescents, Infertility Treatment Authority.
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This book is for parents who may want to talk with their teenage children about having formed their families using donor-assisted conception. Parents with children born from donated sperm or eggs are being encouraged by the Infertility Treatment Authority (ITA) in Victoria, Australia, to tell children about their conception. The ITA wants to support families and to help families make the decisions that are right for them. Although this book was inspired by the needs of Victorian families who are on the ITA donor registers, it has been written to be of use to donor-conceived people and their parents in general, including those whose donors are anonymous, whether because conception occurred in Victoria before the 1984 Act or because it occurred elsewhere.
Keywordsdonor-conceived adolescents; donor-assisted conception; donor insemination; adolescents; disclosure; parents
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