Larry is a very active child. He suffers from developmental delays. He enjoys swinging, riding a scooter, and playing ball.
Larry requires a family that can provide him with a safe, stable environment. They need to be open to Larry getting services in and out of the home. They need to be patient and be able to understand Larry’s needs and triggers.
Ready to take the next step?
Learn more about Larry and the adoption process by contacting NOAS’ Family Recruitment Training Coordinator
Cindy Wallis at 800-686-6627 ext. 126 or email: email@example.com
Other Ways To Help Waiting Children
Become A Mentor To A Local Foster Youth
Ordinary things like forming safe and lasting relationships, problem-solving, goal setting, applying for college, and setting boundaries can be a great challenge for foster youth.
A caring and well-trained mentor can inspire and guide a foster youth ages 12-17, or a former foster youth ages 18-21, to pursue a productive future and reach his or her full potential. Mentor One Who Needs Someone.
Kimberly Hughes at 330-980-4505 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
9 years old
male, boy, teen, child, teen boy
black, African American