Hear ye, hear ye, adoptive families!!! This is coming from a person who knows Kevin very well: “Any family would be blessed to have Kevin.” That lucky family would get a young man who “has come a very long way. Being in his presence and allowing him to get to know you and vice versa speaks more than words on a paper. He has grown tremendously.” Like a lot of young boys, Kevin enjoys playing action-packed video games as well as board games. In addition to games, Kevin enjoys playing basketball, football and soccer. Kevin dreams of owning his own computer. He also wants to travel to New York. “I want to see the Statue of Liberty,” he says. When he grows up, Kevin wants to become a police officer. For now, he just wants to become a member of a forever family. He says he hopes to play sports and go to sporting events with them.

Kevin is described as a caring and helpful young lad who appears quite shy when he first meets others. “Look beyond this into his heart and you will not believe who you are working with,” says a person who is close to him. “He can be shy with some new people but does well once he knows that you’ll be around.”

Kevin wants a single male parent, a single female parent or a mom and dad. His new parent or parents should be experienced and able to give him the one-on-one attention he needs to thrive. They must be strong advocates for the services that will help Kevin function at his best, and they must be patient as Kevin adapts to his new environment. Kevin would do best in a forever family in which he’s the youngest child.

For more information about Kevin (C09128) or to meet him, please call the Michigan Adoption Resource Exchange (MARE) at 800-589-MARE(6273).

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