Naquan can be social and good natured when in a comfortable situation. He will greet you with a smile and hug and may even tease and make a joke. Naquan does very well one on one with adults, but he struggles with peer relationships. He has a tendency to feel like he needs to compete with them. Naquan is enrolled in special classes. He learns at a slower rate than his peers. Naquan loves to play with things that involve pushing buttons, like video games, radios, and cell phones. He has a difficult time when his teachers cannot provide him with constant individual attention. He also has a tendency to loose his temper and be overcome by overwhelming emotions when his class work frustrates him. Naquan requires a family who can provide him with consistent expectations, boundaries, and structure. He needs a family who can provide him with ample support and patience because he becomes easily frustrated and disruptive. Naquan needs to be exposed to various social activities that will help promote his social skills and self-esteem. It is recommended that Naquan be the only child in the home.
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