- Case #82034
Cody enjoys spending his time outdoors and going places. He likes to skateboard and play football. Cody can be funny and likes to joke around. His joking around can get him in trouble sometimes, especially at school. Cody receives instructional support in school. He struggles with asking for help in class when he doesn't understand and will sometimes act out instead. He benefits from direction to comply with adult requests and rules. Cody does well with male figures who he can look to for guidance and support. He does well with his peers and can be helpful when motivated. He can be very understanding and compassionate with his peers.
Cody will do well with an active family that enjoys being outdoors. He will benefit from a loving family that will provide stability, consistency, and structure. A positive male role model (father or older brother) would be an asset for Cody. Cody needs a family that will teach him boundaries and be patient with him. His family will need to offer him guidance as he chooses his path in life.