A WIA specific grant may be attached to the adoption of this child. The grant is in the amount of $2,500. Please talk to Kathy Junk about eligibility requirements.
Ash was born in October 2008.
OUR EASTERN EUROPE REPRESENTATIVE VISITED THE 3 BROTHERS IN FEBRUARY 2018 AND WROTE:
they are more than sure that they want to have their own family and be adopted! On my question if they want to be adopted, the three of them unanimous said “yes”! They are aware that their biological family will never take them back and also they do know that the foster parents take care for them temporarily. Something else that made me impression is when I asked them individually: What would you like to be when you get older? Ilia first answered: When I get older I want to be a good person and later his younger brothers repeated his answer too. They shared that they like animals and are not scared of them at all. Their favorite animal is dog!
Like every orphan, these three boys need their own family. I am sure that they have to make up for many things but I am sure that with adequate parental care and encouragement they will achieve a lot. These boys really need love, more resources for development and better social environment. If a family shows up for these boys, they need to be prepared that they will need time to earn the boys’ trust and that they will need to be open with them. I was told that they speak a lot, have normal relationships with their friends and are not so closed with known people. They are just more nervous and embarrassed among strangers. They are great children who deserve a chance for love and security that only a real family can give!
A REPORT FROM NOVEMBER 2017 SAYS:
Since October 2017, the 3 brothers have been raised in the same foster family and Ash expresses satisfaction from this.Ash is extroverted, he is able to communicate with his peers. Demonstrates attachment to the people who take care for him.
The active vocabulary of the child gives opportunities for good communication. The child is adapted successfully in his informal group. Actively participates in the games with peers and older than him children in his spare time.
Ash is a student in third grade in Primary school, participates in school process, implements given cognitive tasks, when encountering difficulties does not give up, but he tries to fulfill it. Attends study-hall in school, regularly does his homework, copy correctly text. He learns together with his brother Levy the table for multiplication. The reading is in process of mastering. Foster parents help the child in the process of learning.
Ash would like to be adopted with his brothers!
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