You may find the following links about different issues relevant to adoption useful
Early experiences can make adopted children more vulnerable online. This following website provides advice and resources to help them stay safe.
Adopting a child with Foetal Alcohol Syndrome
What is FASD?
Foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD) is the umbrella term for alcohol-related birth defects. The effects of FASD can be mild or severe, ranging from reduced intellectual ability and attention deficit disorder to heart problems and even death. Many children experience serious behavioural and social difficulties that last a lifetime.
Adopting a child with a diagnosis of ADHD
Things to be aware of about Facebook and safety on the Internet
Considering internet and Facebook safety
Information on attachment and building a secure base
Parenting from a Secure Base
Adopting a child who may have been Sexually Abused
Information on parenting a child who has experienced sexual abuse
There is a wealth of other information that you will be able to research yourselves on specific issues that may be of particularly interest to you and your family.
A substance abuse guide for parents
https://www.drugrehab.com/guides/parents/ (American website)