Daniel is a highly social 8-year-old with a sweet and gentle demeanor that captures your attention and heart immediately! Daniel displays pure joy in the smallest of interactions and a level of resiliency that is impressive. He uses his big, bright smile to convey his joy when he hears the voices of or sees the faces of those he cares about. He is also very happy when he listens to music or hears his favorite toys. Daniel attends a special education school and has endeared himself to teachers and staff, he loves being with his peers and teachers and thrives off the interactions. Daniel enjoys movement and activities that incorporate a variety of positions. From morning circle time at school, a communal activity with other students and teachers, to being held and rocked in a bean bag chair, to gently swinging on a swing, Daniel shows his excitement clearly. He also enjoys creating arts and crafts projects, playing musical instruments, and pushing a toy car down a ramp, with assistance as needed. When weather permits, Daniel loves strolling outside at the park. Daniel is a growing boy with a big heart who is more than ready to have his forever family. Daniel will offer a committed family unconditional love wrapped up in joy and laughter.
November is National Adoption Awareness Month celebrating families created through adoption! Daniel is just one of hundreds of children who wait for families to adopt them. You can meet more children on the Adoption Center’s website www.adopt.org
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This post originally appeared on our November/December 2020 Magazine