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Free Seminar on Building Families in the LGBT Community

Long Island IVF has been helping the LGBT community become parents for decades. The options for LGBT family-building continues to expand, offering new and exciting opportunities for most prospective parents to have a biological link to their child. Adoption, while noble and wonderful, is no longer the only option for parenthood.

So, if you’re thinking about having a baby and want to know all of your family-building options, you won’t want to miss this event! Not ready for diaper-changing and midnight feedings just yet? Then, come learn the facts and file the info away for future planning.

We’ve partnered up with The LGBT Network to bring you a quality LGBT family-building seminar this Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 6:30-8:30 pm at The LGBT Network’s Center at 34 Park Avenue, Bay Shore, New York.

The speakers at our seminar will answer everything you ever wanted to know about today’s many LGBT Family-Building options at Long Island IVF. Reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. David Kreiner, along with other key Long Island IVF team members, including our Donor Egg Coordinator, Vicky Loveland, RN will introduce you to the fascinating world of assisted reproductive technology and specifically how it’s used to help the LGBT community become parents. In addition, special guest speaker and reproductive rights attorney, Amy Demma, will be there to explain the legal aspects of LGBT family-building.

As a practice that is made up of a diverse base of employees, Long Island IVF truly understands the nuances that make your parenthood quest unique to you. Believing that everyone has the right to become a parent, we’re committed to using the best available medical technologies to help you overcome or circumvent biological obstacles to parenthood.

Please join us and our friends from The LGBT Network at The LGBT Network’s Bay Shore Center on Thursday night to learn about the many ways we can help you achieve your dream of parenthood.

For more information and to register for this free seminar, please visit our event page.