Heather generally does well and seems to thrive on the structure and routine. One of the adults close to her says Heather has a very contagious smile. She describes Heather as silly, sassy, outgoing and loving. “She cares a lot about peers and is always trying to be a good friend.”
Heather would do best with parents who can provide the supervision and one-on-one attention that she needs to thrive. Her new parents must be experienced and be fierce advocates for the services that Heather will need now and into adulthood. Her new parents should be experienced and trauma informed. Heather also would do best as the youngest or only child in her new forever family.
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