Lydia is a sweet and caring 12-year-old girl whose favorite activities are going on walks, going to the playground, playing with sensory items, and singing.
She loves spending time with the people in her life she has a close and strong bond with. Her spirit lights up whenever she is thinking about or able to spend time with her Grandma. They have weekly phone calls and visits as they are able. This relationship is very important to her well-being and provides great joy in her life.
Lydia is a very sweet girl and would thrive in a family that is open-minded, open to learning, and attentive to her needs. She has made huge strides in her physical, mental, emotional, behavioral, and educational growth and she continues to be resilient. -Kristina Briant, Child Specific Recruiter
Lydia’s ideal future family would be one that is calm, patient, well-structured, and based in the Twin Cities Metro area. “She would thrive in a two-parent home with the ability to remain patient and can care for her needs,” says her Child Specific Recruiter, Kristina.
It will be important that Lydia’s future family is active and open to learning about how to support her and provide special care. Lydia does well with other children but often needs prompting to interact with children her age. If there is a pet in the family home, it is important that the animal is calm and well trained.
“Lydia is a very sweet girl and would thrive in a family that is open-minded, open to learning, and able to be attentive to her needs. She has made huge strides in her physical, mental, emotional, behavioral, and educational growth and she continues to be resilient,” says Kristina.
A two-parent family that can provide love, compassion, patience, structure, and support would make a wonderful forever home for this vibrant young girl.
Details to Note
Due to contracts with the Minnesota Department of Human Services, the cost of adopting a child from Minnesota foster care is virtually free to families.
Learn More About Lydia
If you would like to know more about Lydia please contact Kristina Briant at [email protected] or call 612-470-2259. Families may have to provide certain documentation to receive full information.