How Do Intended Parents and Surrogates Get Matched?

by Admin on January 4, 2019

How Do Intended Parents and Surrogates Get MatchedSome people may wonder how intended parents and surrogates get matched. Surrogacy agencies are very selective about who is eligible to be a surrogate. All surrogate candidates need to go through a thorough process which then qualifies them or disqualifies them due to a variety of criteria that they need to meet. There are a series of interviews, background checks, medical reviews, and many other steps to complete. The screening process can take several months to assure that there are no risks involved.

When we accept our surrogate candidates, we educate them about the details of the entire process so they know exactly what to expect. There is also education for the intended parents so they are aware of the process as well. The intention is to provide information so that the process is transparent for everyone. We don’t want there to be any surprises for either party.

Family Creations looks for compatibility between a surrogate and the intended parent(s). Ultimately, our success at matching surrogates with intended parents is due to listening. We make every effort to get to know our intended parents and our surrogates, their beliefs and expectations. We listen to everyone’s needs to discover the right match in our database. The intended parent(s) will review potential surrogate profiles and view information and pictures. If there is a connection, Family Creations will facilitate a meeting to introduce both parties and get to know one another to find out if there is a match.

In order to help intended parents fulfill their dream of growing their family, Family Creations focuses on our three pillars of surrogacy: patience, diligence and empathy.

Contact Family Creations today if you are interested in the surrogacy process. We are here to make your New Year’s resolution of building a family come true.

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