- Case #81157
Freddy is a shy, but friendly youth. He enjoys listening to music and playing video games. Freddy also likes to draw. He loves chicken Alfredo, pork chops, and pizza. Freddy is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and faces several challenges, including difficulty adjusting to change. He is bilingual, speaking English and Spanish, but still requires English as a second language (ESL) classes. Freddy would like to go to college and have a great life. He is passing all of his classes in school and his favorite classes are math and science. He generally behaves well in the school setting, but can get frustrated easily and may become uncooperative. Freddy is very reserved when you first meet him, especially around adults, but will open up when he feels comfortable. He likes goofing around and joking with his friends. Visit me at the Heart Gallery of El Paso.
Freddy needs a loving and patient family who will provide a nurturing environment with consistent discipline, structure, and supervision. He needs a family that is able to meet all of his needs and work with a child with special needs. Ideally, his family will not have younger children. Freddy needs parents who will clearly establish firm and consistent rules and expectations. His family must be willing to follow through with recommendations made to ensure his positive development. Freddy has asked to be placed in a home with a mother or two mothers. He has a general fear of adult males.