Xander and Xavier are twin brothers. They are sweet boys who love to play hard. These brothers love activities that involve some complexity like building blocks or Lego’s or anything that involves using their hands. Xander and Xavier have some delays that cause them difficulty communicating and completing some basic functions. They cannot verbalize to others what they want or need but are learning how to communicate by other means. Their support team and service providers work with them daily to help with learning basic functions. Xander and Xavier may be twin brothers, but they differ in personality. They also enjoy watching movies, playing with toys, completing learning games and activities, and playing outdoors. Both boys enjoy attending school because they love socializing and playing with their peers. Xander and Xavier will need care throughout their lives. No one knows the extent of what they can learn as they have shown progress in day-to-day activities. These brothers have a warm smile and infectious laugh that can light up a room, along with a willingness to engage others in a positive way. Xander and Xavier are a true joy to be around.
Xander and Xavier cannot communicate what type of family they want but deserve a family that will help them grow, develop, and surpass any childhood expectations. These brothers are open to a family that can meet their high needs. This family would most likely need to be lifelong support to both of them. Xander and Xavier need a structured environment to help keep them on track with learning daily living skills that will help them grow to be successful later in life. Does your family have the skills, devotion, love, understanding, and structure? Are you willing to open your heart and home to these twin brothers who have so much love to give?
Ready to take the next step?
Learn more about Xander and Xavier and the adoption process by contacting NOAS’ Intake Specialist at 800-686-6627 ext. 126 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Nick Walters, Ignite Mentor Coordinator at 330-980-4505 or email: email@example.com
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