This sibling trio in Latin America includes one sister and two younger brothers who all have strong relationships with one another. Their hope is for a family that will love, respect and protect all of them.
“A” was born in 2005 and is described as a loving, respectful and quiet young girl who easily gives affection to those around her. She shows respect to authority figures, has the ability to make and keep friends and is careful with other’s belongings. During her evaluation, she was able to understand and follow verbal directions. She has good fluency in her expressive language.
“M” was born in 2008 and is described as cheerful, loving and affectionate. He is known to have a good sense of humor and likes to be loved and recognized. He has the ability to make and keep friends, interacts positively with others, adapts to change easily and is actively involved with daily activities. With therapy and proper medication, “M” is able to control his frustrations and impulses. Because of this, he has shown to be a good student in class and can complete his assignments.
Youngest brother “C” was born in 2009 and is described as an intelligent, active and curious young boy. “C” understands the concept of right and wrong but needs help redirecting his behavior at times when he is upset or frustrated. He is able to make and keep friends and express his needs to others. During his evaluation, he was collaborative, friendly and assertive. He was able to communicate his feelings and thoughts. He has no known medical concerns.
The children have a sensitive background to consider. We cannot post clear photos of these siblings online however photos and additional information are available to eligible families who inquire.
General Eligibility Requirements
The basic requirements indicate applicants should be between the ages of 25-55 and have no serious physical or mental health concerns. Heterosexual couples should be married a minimum of two years at the time of home study approval. Single women may also be eligible to adopt these siblings.
Learn More About THIS TRIO
If you would like to know more about this sibling group and see clear photos, please contact [email protected] and lease reference 616-17. Eligible families may qualify for a grant through CH/LSS and Brittany’s Hope Foundation.
There are a number of resources available to families who would like to adopt but are concerned about financing. If you would like to learn more, we welcome you to inquire about the Adoption Support Fund and view our infographic of fundraising ideas.