- Case #82135
Faith?EUR(TM)s ray of sunshine seems to spread to others naturally, despite being a bit bashful. Her caseworker calls her a caring and loving little girl and said, ?EURoeFaith is a breath of fresh air. She is very reserved and guarded." Faith is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. She likes a routine schedule. For example, she has to watch ?EURoePeppa Pig?EUR while playing with her dolls every day. Faith is very quiet and shy at times. Despite this, she will sing and dance with no problem. This is something she loves to do. Faith also loves riding her bicycle and playing with her friends at school. She looks forward to spending time and doing activities with her foster family, especially females. Faith speaks often about wanting a sister and she enjoys interactions with her foster sisters. She sometimes experiences mood changes, but she is learning ways to process her feelings and develop better coping skills. In school, Faith will continue to benefit from support to help her do her best in every area.
Faith will do best with two parents and siblings, especially sisters, close to her age. It will be best for Faith to be the youngest child in the home. Her parents should have experiences they can add to her life to help her thrive. Her forever family will provide unconditional love and treat Faith as part of the family. Ideally, Faith will have siblings who can assist her in developing socially and cognitively. Female siblings in particular may help with the bonding process. Faith?EUR(TM)s parents need to be strong advocates for her to help her excel at home, in school, and in life.