Age 15


Taking apart and putting together an electronic device may sound like a daunting task to some of us, but not to Bryan. The savvy teen not only enjoys learning the ins and outs of electronics – how they work, why they work, what they are good for – but he’s great at it. From computer games and remote control vehicles, Bryan has a keen mind for the digital world.

One day, he hopes to take his interest in electronics to the next level and maybe come up with an idea or two of his own. With a dream of becoming an inventor, Bryan is well on his way to turning a passion into a career.

It should come as no surprise that Bryan enjoys engineering. He is interested in physics and video games and has a passion for learning subjects like quantum and particle physics. He is a very smart teen and adults who know him have called him “one of the smartest people” they’ve ever spoken with. Bryan is capable of carrying an in-depth conversation on a variety of topics including quantum physics, mechanics, alternative energy sources, and faster-than-light travel. Bryan has recently started his sophomore year and has become a rockstar in school. After high school, Bryan would love to go to school to focus solely on STEM courses and eventually work in quantum or parallel processing. Future science/math/engineering mastermind coming your way!

Though his vast scientific wisdom is impressive, there is more to Bryan than his brain. The young man has a great sense of humor, dry and hilarious. He maintains friendships well and has a few friends that he is very close with. The ability to maintain friendships as a teenager is not always easy. Though Bryan has navigated through some of the inevitable social pressures that come with being a teenager, he has made and maintained a handful of important friendships in his life. He is continually working on becoming more social and gaining new relationships.

Bryan also has the ability to get along well with trusted adults, and enjoys his current foster family. As soon as he is able, Bryan would love to get a job and enter the working world. With his bright and innovative mind, we are sure Bryan will have success in the working world.

Bryan would do well in a family with a single dad, two dads, or a mom and dad. A parent who can keep pace with him and engage in conversations about his interests would be great. He would do best as an only child, though older siblings would also be acceptable. Bryan’s success will be measurable with clear boundaries and a family who will spend an ample amount of time with him. A dedicated parent or parents, particularly ones who work from home or are around often, will be great for Bryan’s future growth. Bryan is a very smart and likable young man. We would love to find him the right adoptive family. If you are interested in learning more about adopting Bryan, please let us know.

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

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