- Case #82338
Luke is a quiet and rather reserved child. Despite this, he makes friends very easily. He is an active child with a bright smile. Luke loves a variety of sports. He likes to swim and play football and basketball. He also enjoys playing video games, riding his bike, and doing other outdoor activities, such as camping. Luke has many difficulties expressing himself and continues to overcome these challenges with assistance. He works hard to keep reaching his full potential. Luke also enjoys going to church and participating in church activities. He is an all-around happy child who likes to make the best out of his days.
Ruben, Leroy (who goes by ?EURoeFabian?EUR), Luke, and Lazarus are a charismatic sibling group who are full of energy. They have a great bond with each other. As the oldest, Ruben likes to set a good example for his younger brothers and enjoys being helpful around the house. He likes to be active and plays football at his school. He is very bright and has an interest in technology. Fabian is also very bright, active, and open to meeting new people. He enjoys outside activities, playing football, and playing board games. Luke and Lazarus look up to Fabian when they are in need of assistance. Luke is more reserved compared to his brothers. He enjoys playing football, engaging in outside activities, and going to church. Lazarus is a sweet, loving, and affectionate child. He likes to make those around him happy. Ruben, Fabian, Luke, and Lazarus enjoy playing sports and other games outside together. They love attending church and being involved in church activities. The boys get along very well with each other and have a great bond. Ruben, Fabian, Luke, and Lazarus yearn to find a loving family where they are able to stay together.
Luke will do well with a family that offers patience, consistency, and supervision. His family will need to be able to spend one-on-one time with him and be willing to access the resources he needs academically. Luke will do best with a family that is active and willing to keep him involved in activities. He needs a family that will advocate for him while providing new challenges to encourage his progress. Luke responds well to a stable and structured environment.