Despite the challenges that John faces, he can be a very loving child. John has gotten taller and is adorable, with his long eye lashes, big pretty brown eyes, thick black hair and beautiful smile. He can be very loving, which makes him quite endearing. Recently, John has become somewhat of a helper. At times, he will volunteer to get something for someone. John also likes helping with tasks at his cottage and school.
John is somewhat wary around strangers and much prefers to be around people with whom he is well acquainted and has established a trusting relationship. He is able to entertain himself and enjoys spending time alone.
Some of John’s favorite activities include tasks which involve sensory activities i.e. applying lotion, vibrating toys, relaxation activities, etc. However, his favorite activity is being outdoors, riding on the golf cart. John much prefers being outdoors to being confined to a building. He enjoys going on outings and likes riding the activity bus to the mall and various places.
John has a lot to offer a family. John is not legally free for adoption.
For more information about becoming a foster parent in Union County contact Amy Austin at (864) 251-4031.