Wednesday’s Child: Teen not a relationship scorekeeper

The following information is provided by Wednesday’s Child, an organization that helps Idaho foster children find permanent homes.

Fourteen-year-old Austin is one amazing young man. Austin’s permanency team is searching for a caring and very committed single dad or two-parent family of any age to make Austin’s wish for a Forever Home come true. Austin would thrive in a family with a dad who is truly hands-on and engaged in day-to-day parenting, one who will spend time with him participating in outdoor activities such as swimming and camping. An ideal fit for Austin would be an adoptive home where he might be the only child or the youngest child in the family.

Austin would love to be part of a family that lives in the country or on a farm as he is great with animals and loves riding horses. Austin’s permanency team describes him as kind and caring and states that one of his best attributes is that he doesn’t “keep score” in relationships.

This bright and curious boy would like a Christian family as his faith is very important to him.

Austin would be grateful for parents who are patient and understanding homework helpers. A family who has or is willing to gain knowledge surrounding childhood trauma would be a great match for him. Austin’s team is specifically searching for an adoptive family who resides in Idaho or eastern Washington. If you are someone who values starting every day with a clean slate and believe you possess the qualities to be the parent who can love and guide this intelligent, loyal and resilient young man as he becomes everything he is capable of being, please inquire about Austin today (see below).

For more information on the Idaho Wednesday’s Child Program, visit www.idahowednesdayschild.org, or contact Recruitment Coordinator Shawn White at swhite52@ewu.edu or cell 208-488-8989 if you have specific questions.

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