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.
Beau was born September of 2009. Isn’t he handsome? His special need is mild anemia and he is basically considered healthy. His information from March 2018 says the following: At age of 8 years, in order to develop pluralistic parenting style and let him blend into family life and feel the family warmth, the center let him received the education in Grade One of the primary school nearby. His records were excellent, often praised by the teacher. As he gets older and his social contacts are expanded, presently he can and would like to do some housework what he can. Meanwhile his language and thinking ability are improved continuously. He loves to participate in various games and activities.
Beau is active, smart and cute. He is a sweet and sensitive good child, can get along well with other children, likes hide and seek. He has a bright smile when he plays happily with his eyes in a line, very cute. Usually he likes riding scooter. The toy cars and superman are also his interesting things, so he cannot let it go. Under the consistent concern and nursing by everyone, he is thriving healthily and happily.
This boy sounds pretty perfect – he needs a family that won’t make him wait any longer!!
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