Justice would like families to know, “I really like to make people laugh!” He is a very friendly, happy and social young teen. Justice notes, “I really like sports and my favorite thing to do on the weekend is play basketball outside!” He does well with one on one attention and talking about his accomplishments. Justice enjoys video games, Legos and swimming. He reports, “My favorite food is pepperoni pizza and my favorite animal is a dog!” Justice likes helping around the house by vacuuming, sweeping, doing laundry and keeping his room clean. When Justice grows up he says, “I would like to be a football player!” Justice is learning how to improve his understanding of social cues and how to interact in social situations. He is working on developing a consistent night time routine. Justice can struggle with taking responsibility for his actions and is learning to be more thoughtful of his actions. He is learning how to respect the personal space and boundaries of others. Justice may need assistance as he grows into adulthood. Justice says, “I would like to have a forever family that will go to the beach, to amusement parks and to Arkansas on vacation!” The adoptive family would benefit from having experience in parenting children who have experienced difficult pasts. The family must be very patient, provide a high degree of structure within the home and provide constant supervision to ensure Justice’s safety. Justice would benefit if there were few or no younger children in the adoptive home. It will be important for the family to seek out and continue any support services that would be beneficial to Justice’s well being. Justice has a close relationship with his siblings, who have been adopted by another family, and regular contact should be maintained between them.
To adopt Justice or any other child with special needs, please contact Adopt America Network at 1-800-246-1731 or email us. We’re waiting to hear from you.