Moore to Love: An Adoption Podcast

From Surviving to Thriving: A Foster Care to Adoption Journey

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Ashley Rhodes-Courter is a New York Times Best Selling Author and child welfare advocate who speaks all over the world. But her passion and drive to help children cope in the foster care system are directly related to her past.

Ashley was in Florida’s foster care system where she spent almost ten years being shuttled between 14 homes—some quite abusive—before being adopted from a Children’s Home at the age of twelve. Her truths of survival and heartache in the system and her motivation and drive to help children thrive are truly inspirational.

Listen to this heartfelt and emotional journey on this episode of Moore to Love: An Adoption Podcast!

A Special Note: We want to send a HUGE Thank You to Ashley Rhodes-Courter for sharing her experience and knowledge with us on the podcast.

Nicole Ward Moore is a Board Certified Adoption Attorney who manages and operates the Orlando office. Nicole has been practicing with the firm since opening the Orlando office in 2005. Nicole practices exclusively in the area of adoption law throughout the State of Florida and in conjunction with out-of-state placements. Nicole also represents adoptive parents in adoption finalizations and represents several adoption agencies in private adoption placements. She also handles domestic adoptions, DCF Interventions, relative adoptions, stepparent adoptions, adult adoptions, and recertifications of foreign adoptions.

*This podcast is hosted by Jeanne T. Tate, P.A., and is not intended to, nor does it, create the attorney/client privilege between our host, guest, or contributors, and any listener for any reason. Content from the podcast is not to be interpreted as legal advice. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are only those from which they came.

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