The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
Individualized grant funding for qualifying families may be available through our President’s Grant. Contact us for more details!
We are pleased to be representing Nuri and Adam again. Our attorney met them last year and said: My opinion is that these children are very sweet and showed respect to adults (my observation during the visit). I have no doubt that they have a potential to develop and that they can achieve more in the educational process with much more encouragement, motivation and more work at home. I really hope their forever family will show up soon! They, like every child deserve a family who will love and care for them. They need a family who will find the right way to motivate them to have goals and achievements.
Nuri was born March of 2007 and his report is from April of 2022. He is said to have normal physical and neuropsychological development. Attention, memory and intelligence – in the norm for the age. Knowledge and skills below age level. Uses resource support during training. He does not conduct drug therapy. Sociable, likes to converse. He does not have difficulties in leading of dialog. He uses comparatively good vocabulary. Shows an interest to sport activities. Before being placed in CFTAFCWD was enrolled in out-of class form – training in wrestling, in his desire. He likes to play soccer. Likes to do sports, to play computer games, to draw and to watch action movies. He is ready to work to earn small money. He smokes. Keeps friendships with the children from CFTACWD and his classmates. Prefers company of older children. He strives to refer with respect to the adults but does not like to be made remarks. Shows strong interest in the opposite sex.
Adam was born January of 2009 and his report is from April of 2022. He is said to have normal physical and mental development for the age. Attention, memory and intelligence decreased for age. Knowledge and skills below age level. Uses resource support during training. He does not conduct drug therapy. The immunization status corresponds to the age of the child. Sociable, likes to communicate. Sometimes he has difficulty in conducting a dialogue, it is difficult for him to find the right words to help him express himself properly. Vocabulary growth is observed, he asks about the meaning of words he hears for the first time and tries to learn them. Keeps friendships with the children from CFTACWD and his classmates. Plays mostly with younger children and rarely joins group activities by choice. He often goes out alone to kick a ball or ride a bike in the yard. It’s self-serving as much as it can be. Sometimes he doesn’t wash his hands and doesn’t keep a neat appearance. His room is rarely tidy. He still needs support to strengthen his hygiene habits. Eat well and sleep well.
For more information, please contact: Kathy@wiaa.org. You will be asked to complete a parent eligibility form before any file information can be released.
Please be aware that children on our waiting list may be under review by multiple families. Additionally, a child’s availability status may change on short notice. Please contact Kathy@wiaa.org for the most up-to-date status of a child.
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