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Juliana from North Carolina

Hopscotch Adoptions Inc.

  • Age15
  • GenderF
  • LocationNorth Carolina
  • Case #Juliana

Juliana was born prematurely in February 2002. She is healthy and typically developing. Juliana has struggled with nocturnal enuresis which is believed to be of a psychological nature.

A bright and sociable girl, Juliana interacts well with her peers and adults. She is attached to her foster family, with whom she has lived for 10 years, and feels comfortable sharing with and confiding in them. Despite some recent emotional volatility attributable to puberty, Juliana is a calm, polite girl. She is a diligent student who enjoys school, prepares her homework independently, receives good grades, and in particular, excels in English and Russian. Juliana relies on adults to help make decisions and prefers to be a follower. She shows concern for her outward appearance, keeps her room tidy, and willingly assists with household chores. Juliana enjoys watching TV, reading, playing on the computer, and hanging out with her friends.

Juliana is just starting to think about her future and learn about adoption. Her social worker believes that upon meeting a potential forever family, Juliana would better understand and ultimately accept the process, especially if she is reassured that she will be able to maintain contact with her foster family after adoption.

**An interested family will need to work quickly to obtain USCIS I-800 approval prior to her 16th birthday. Home study ready families preferred.**


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