In The Postadoption Needs of Adoptive Parents of Children With Disabilities, (Journal of Family Social Work, 18(3), 164-182), Hill and Moore use a national survey of adoptive parents to engage in a secondary analysis of challenges and unmet needs of parents who adopt children with disabilities. The researchers additionally interviewed and utilized a focus group of adoptive parents in one state in order to better explore this issue. Families include parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities as well as parents of children with mental health needs. The study demonstrates that this population of adoptive parents does experience greater challenges as well as difficulty accessing and receiving services. The research revealed that these challenges are particularly present for adoptive parents of children with emotional difficulties. Recommendations are offered for policy and practice.