Jamie

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Jamie is a loving boy who expresses excitement when thinking about his new family. He lights up a room with his radiant smile when receiving affection from his foster family.  He states that it makes him feel valued and important.  These feelings of love and his strong ability to bond reveal Jamie’s resilience from a past that lacked consistent, safe relationships. Jamie would love to find a family to call his own and hopes that you will welcome him into your life and provide him with the stability and care he needs, and hopefully the puppy dog he dreams of.

Jamie has Sickle Cell Anemia, which is managed with medication and does not impact his activities of daily life.  He loves going on long walks with his foster family and playing soccer games with his friends.  Jamie makes and maintains friendships easily; however, sometimes he gets irritated and acts out around his peers because they sometimes make fun of him.  Through psychological and occupational therapy support, Jamie has learned skills to better respond to bullying that has greatly improved his behavior at school.  He is a kind and respectful boy who always abides by the rules both at home and in the classroom.  Due to the lack of academic stimulation prior coming into care in 2017, Jamie shows minor delays in school and had to repeat the 1st grade.  At this time, he has made significant progress.

Jamie is a calm and receptive boy who adapts well to new settings and handles change with great ease.  He is incredibly strong and needs a forever home to support him as he continues to overcome negative experiences of his past and shower him with the love every child deserves.

 

Married couples and singles up to age 55 may apply.

Families may qualify for a $5,000 WHFC subsidy; additional subsidies may be available through our partner grant organizations

 

 

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