6 years


Zachary, or Zach, is an adorable boy with a very sweet, easy temperament who needs a special adoptive family. His social worker is looking forward to hearing from two-parent families, as well as single parents who have strong support through family and friends. The family chosen to adopt Zach will have parent(s) who are calm, patient, and nurturing, and who have the ability to coordinate medical and developmental services, schedule appointments, and see that Zach gets to them. Whether a one-parent or two-parent family is chosen, Zach needs caregivers who are able and willing to parent a total care child. His adoptive home needs to be a non-smoking, calm, low-key environment with minimal stimulation and limited risk of exposure to illness. The family will have access to assistance through the Developmental Disabilities Administration.
Zach, who currently participates in regular physical and occupational therapies, is being homeschooled. Zach is nonverbal, but makes vocal noises, mostly if he is in discomfort, which helps his caregivers become aware that he needs assistance. It is thought that he enjoys being spoken to softly, and that he enjoys gentle touch. Zach has no vision at this time, but his condition is one where there is a slim chance that his vision may develop; it has been reported that there have been a few moments, though rare, where it has seemed that he might be momentarily tracking things with his eyes.


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


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