The director of job and family services shall adopt rules in accordance with Chapter 119. of the Revised Code governing the training an individual must complete for the purpose of division (A)(3) of section 3107.014 of the Revised Code.of the Revised Code necessary for the implementation, contents, and maintenance of the registry, and any sanctions related to the provision of information, or the failure to provide information, that is needed for the proper operation of the assessor registry. The training shall include courses on adoption placement practice, federal and state adoption assistance programs, and post adoption support services. The department of job and family services shall develop a schedule of training that meets the requirements established in rules adopted pursuant to section 3107.015 of the Revised Code.If an objection is submitted, the petition shall be dismissed, and if a consent is submitted, the court shall proceed with the case, and may issue an interlocutory order or final decree of adoption.
(F) "Identifying information" means any of the following with regard to a person: first name, last name, maiden name, alias, social security number, address, telephone number, place of employment, number used to identify the person for the purpose of the statewide education management information system established pursuant to section 3301.0714 of the Revised Code, and any other number federal or state law requires or permits to be used to identify the person.
(B) A prospective adoptive parent who receives a loan under division (A) of this section shall use that loan for only a disbursement listed under division (C) of section 3107.055 of the Revised Code or an expense related to adopting from the public child welfare system. (B) An adult may be adopted under any of the following conditions:(1) If the adult is totally or permanently disabled; (2) If the adult is determined to be a person with an intellectual disability; (3) If the adult had established a child-foster caregiver, kinship caregiver, or child-stepparent relationship with the petitioners as a minor, and the adult consents to the adoption; (4) If the adult was, at the time of the adult's eighteenth birthday, in the permanent custody of or in a planned permanent living arrangement with a public children services agency or a private child placing agency, and the adult consents to the adoption; (5) If the adult is the child of the spouse of the petitioner, and the adult consents to the adoption.
(C) This section applies to adoptions arranged by an attorney or by any public or private organization certified, licensed, or otherwise specially empowered by law or rule to place minors for adoption. (C) When proceedings to adopt a minor are initiated by the filing of a petition, and the eighteenth birthday of the minor occurs prior to the decision of the court, the court shall require the person who is to be adopted to submit a written statement of consent or objection to the adoption.
The schedule shall include enough training to provide all agencies equal access to the training.
The department shall distribute the schedule to all agencies. The department of job and family services shall develop a standardized form for the disclosure of information about a prospective adoptive child to prospective adoptive parents.