Calling Darion an adventuresome soul is about like saying forest rangers help people. As a matter of fact, a deep forest might be one of the places Darion most wants to visit since he says, “I want to go somewhere no one else has traveled before.” Just think of the discoveries one could make, says Darion, who also wants to travel to the moon. Darion already has discovered and participated in some of life’s wonders such as playing football and basketball and relaxing by watching sports on TV and playing video games such as Madden football. “Darion is also a talented artist and likes to draw,” says a person who knows him well. With his eye on the future, Darion wants to become a foster parent one day, and like Doctor Doolittle, he wants to talk to the animals. Darion takes pride in himself, which he should because he’s an easygoing and humorous young man. Darion hopes for a forever family who’s adventurous like he is and loves to travel and explore.

According to one of his close acquaintances, Darion is a kind and persistent young man who has a big heart. “Darion has faced many disappointments in his life and continues to be resilient,” says one of the people close to him.

Darion would do best with a mom and dad who can make sure he receives the services he needs to thrive. His new parents should be experienced and trauma informed. His new forever family needs to be open to letting Darion maintain his sibling relationships.

For more information about or to meet Darion (C010031), please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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