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Kameron

Kameron

When others are told not to seek the treasure, Kameron readies his ship for gold country. Finding it is his biggest wish, yet Kameron doesn’t let on how he’ll manage his newfound fortune. One can bet that a good portion of Kameron’s wealth will go toward a pizza franchise because that’s his favorite food. He’ll likely own his own playground to practice soccer along with a park where his future pet dog roams free. Kameron will buy a house where watching movies, playing board games and playing cards such as Uno become commonplace. Since he has the money, Kameron will travel to Disney World, Disneyland and anywhere else where dreams come true. “I want to see the characters,” he says. He’ll then wish upon a star for a forever family who’ll give him the greatest treasure of his life, a home he can call his own and some time to spend together with them.

“Kameron likes to be super helpful around the house and do whatever is asked of him,” says a person close to him. Depending on how he feels, Kameron can be introverted or extroverted. Either way, he gets along well with peers at school.

Kameron would do well with an experienced, patient and understanding parent or parents who are trauma informed. “Kameron would benefit from a family who is stable, consistent and predictable,” says one of the people who knows him best. In addition, Kameron should be the only or youngest child in his new forever family. His new forever family must be strong advocates for the services that will help him.

For more information about or to meet this child, please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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