Bridget's taking a long time
Moving to new families always raises issues not only for the child being placed but also for children in the family they are moving to. Bridget’s taking a long time is an interactive story for children aged 5 to 12 dealing with adoption issues from the point of view of children in an adopting family. This unique resource follows the hopes, fears and frustrations of a child in an adoptive family coming to terms with a new arrival.
As well as a delightful story to help children come to terms with the issues, the programme also includes a range of extra features designed to hold children’s attention and help address the issues.
Who is this resource for?
This product is ideal for all those who are assessing prospective adoptive families, where there are birth children already in the family.
What is included in this resource?
The programme also includes a range of extra features designed to hold children’s attention and help address the issues:
- 30 screens (corresponding at pages in a book) take the story from news of a possible new arrival to all the joys and frustrations of a real new person in the family
- all text features a contrasting highlight when rolled over by the mouse pointer and clear “click to read” speech
- animations, sound effects, music and interactivity in every screen
- printable specially commissioned worksheets corresponding to the key issues and feelings
- an 18 minute video comprising interviews with birth children speaking about their experience of being part of an adopting family
- specially composed music to capture the mood of the story
Please note that this CD-ROM is not compatible with Mac OS 10.10 or higher.
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