"We have cherished every moment as the parents of our sweet girls, Jamie and Charlotte. They make life so much fun and our hearts full in a way that could not have imagined." ~Hailey and Terry...
Embryo donation is a beautiful option for families who are finished growing their family using IVF, but still have remaining embryos. They can donate their unused embryos to other couples struggling with infertility, offering the hope of parenthood to others struggling to conceive.
Our embryo adoption agency is designed to make embryo adoption both affordable and accessible, while at the same time providing a venue for both the genetic family and the adopting family to have the advantage of choosing the kind of contact they will have with each other.
Counseling is available and encouraged to determine what would be the best for your family.
Embryo Donation is the placement of embryos that are remaining from fertility treatments to another couple that would like to have a child or children. The ‘infertile’ couple then becomes the ‘adoptive parents’ to the donated embryos.
Embryo donation is a great way to ensure that embryos are brought into this world by a loving, stable family and live the great life they were meant to have. Many donating families have some kind of contact with the adopting families and resulting children. Some choose not to have contact; that is all up to the donor/placing families to decide. This is all decided on a case by case basis.
This Telly Award winning video allows you to share Mark and Linda’s infertility heartache, which compels them to adopt a frozen embryo. You’ll go with Linda into the infertility clinic procedure room as the thawed embryo is transferred into Linda’s uterus. You’re there to share Linda’s fears that she is miscarrying. You will wait with Linda for the phone call that will either prove traumatic . . . or confirm their parenthood dreams.
There are thousands of human embryos held in suspended animation in freezers all over America and around the world. Millions of couples that struggle with infertility yearn to hold a baby in their arms but are unable to conceive. Our program is designed to bring those families together. Our service enables families to find each other and for the embryos to have a chance to be born into a loving family. Every embryo is a precious gift of matchless value, a human being at its earliest stages. Our goal is to bring families together and offer embryos a chance to be born, for the sake of their own lives and for an infinite number of future generations.
My husband and I are so grateful to have learned about EASCP. Maria provided personal and responsive assistance to us throughout the adoption process. We really felt like she cared and advocated for us as a family. We researched a couple of other options and chose EASCP because we liked their program the best and it was obvious that it was designed in the best interest of the embryos and resulting born children and thus their families. We highly recommend Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park! – Jennifer and Andre
We adopted two embryos through Cedar Park in June, 2011. We were matched quickly and with a family that also wanted an open relationship. Maria was incredibly responsive to our emails and our questions and the nuances of adoption. We had a fantastic experience with Maria and have recommended her to many other families. I highly recommend Cedar Park as an embryo adoption agency.
– Karissa and Nat
To anyone in the position of contemplating giving their embryo for adoption, I highly recommend the services of Embryo Adoption Services of Cedar Park. Every step in the process has been a gift of grace to our family and the fruit of this process has born life to a child of God which hopefully will soon give new life to a couple that has for so long desired a child for their family. This agency is an answer to your prayers! – Linda
The Laura and Caralyn Yoho Story
Laura and Nathan were looking forward to their wedding and the rich life they would have together. Both had a passion for health and fitness. Everyone agreed they were a perfect match. Like other young couples, they had dreams and aspirations. They talked about starting their own gym and having a family. Four months before their wedding, Laura suffered what was initially diagnosed as a stroke. After seeking a second opinion, she learned her symptoms were caused by a life-threatening form of brain cancer.
Life After Death chronicles Laura and Nathan’s life together throughout Laura’s diagnosis, twenty-seven months of treatment, and the birth of their daughter, Caralyn, born through a surrogate four months after Laura’s death. It was Laura’s best friend since second grade, already a mother of two children, who volunteered to grant the couple their wish of having a child. The story is both tragic and inspirational. We witnessed Laura’s extraordinary courage, Nathan’s unwavering commitment to leave no stone unturned in seeking to save Laura’s life while giving her the life she deserved, and the meaning of unconditional friendship.
At some point in time, everyone will be faced with a life-changing circumstance. I hope sharing Laura and Nathan’s story and what we learned from the experience will help others deal with difficult times. I encourage people to seek opportunities to bring comfort to someone, you will be rewarded with a feeling of goodness. True generosity requires nothing in return, other than serving as an example to follow.