10 years

ID# WB8770

Evan has a compassionate and selfless heart! He wants nothing more than to please others and to make them laugh. An affectionate and helpful boy, he loves to give hugs and help around the house. His foster mom loves his silly laugh and tells us that Evan does not have a malicious or aggressive bone in his body. Among his favorite things to do: playing outdoors, riding his bike, jumping on the trampoline, and maneuvering his dump trucks and cars. This past summer, he had fun camping and fishing. Evan tends to move quickly from one activity to another, so he may quickly go from looking at books to entertaining himself with Angry Birds or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. His favorite foods include pizza, grilled cheese, spaghetti, and s’mores.

At school, Evan is proud to have learned how to write his first and last name and is making progress in other areas. Evan’s teacher says, “He would do anything I ask him to do and tries very hard for me.” Evan enjoys and does well with one-on-one attention in the classroom and is always quick to “be a helper.”

Upon first meeting Evan, folks notice how sweet he is. It’s important to note that Evan needs a family that understands how to nurture and support a child who may appear higher functioning than he is, and can provide opportunities for him to have success and grow from appropriate challenges. He really likes to talk and he asks lots of questions. Evan is very pleased that he is now able to dress himself and to tie his own shoes. An adoptive family that can provide him with consistent redirection, positive supervision and a lifelong loving, supportive environment will help this great kid reach his potential.

Evan’s team believes he would do best in a two-parent family but they don’t want to miss out on those single parents with a solid support system. Any family configuration will benefit from having that solid support system around them, augmented by other family, friends, and community resources to best care for Evan. Evan loves one-on-one attention, but would be okay with supportive older kids in the home. Evan is a sincere, silly kid with a big heart who needs a permanent family. If your family would like to know more about Evan, contact us soon!

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If you are interested in providing nurturing and love for Evan or for any other Special Needs Children, please call our office @ 419-726-5100 for further information.

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