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Jordy – born December 2012

Jordy is a sweet boy who loves to draw, watch cartoons, and run around outside!  Jordy’s physical and cognitive development is in accordance with his chronological age and he has no known diagnoses.  He came into care in 2019 and is now eagerly looking to find his forever home!

Jordy spent his early years with his biological mother who was an employee for a farm owner. Jordy loved going to work with her and taking afternoon walks with his favorite Donkey. Jordy’s love for animals is strong and he hopes that he will be able to have a pet of his own with his new family!  Unfortunately, Jordy’s mother was struggling with mental health concerns and passed away when Jordy was 6. Since then, Jordy entered the protection program and has been living with a loving foster family.  He has shown great adjustment and resilience through the transition.  After the death of his mother, Jordy displayed some inappropriate behavior that has since been addressed and adjusted through the help of a psychologist. Adjusting to a new school routine was challenging for Jordy.  Through the support of his foster family and teachers, Jordy is learning the importance of studying and is making improvements.  Heightened by the transition to remote learning with the COVID-19 pandemic, Jordy needs additional support to hold him accountable for his work and to help him remain focused.  Once he finds motivation, Jordy is engaging with the material and can complete his assignments with ease.  His favorite subjects are Spanish, Math, and Drawing!  Additionally, Jordy is described as a true leader among his peer group.  He is a social boy who can make and maintain friendships well.  He is respectful of authority figures in both the home and school setting.

Jordy needs love and support as he continues to heal from the challenges of his past while also integrating into a new family dynamic.  When asked about his future, Jordy explains that he is very excited for a family to adopt him.  For Jordy, a family means when “parents take care of children and give them love”.  Are you ready to become Jordy’s forever parents and give him all the love and support he deserves?


Married couples and singles up to age 58 may apply.

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