Meet Tyris – Boy on the go ready to settle down

Posted 8/16/21

Tyris is always on the go.

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Meet Tyris – Boy on the go ready to settle down


Tyris is always on the go.

The fifteen-year-old is an active and imaginative teen who needs a forever family that can keep up.

When Tyris isn’t playing football, swimming, or playing basketball you can find him inside drawing or building things. In between all of that, Tyris is dancing! He not only likes to practice new moves, he loves to show them off.

Tyris dreams of becoming a famous basketball player and hopes to meet Stephen Curry one day. He would also like to go to Disneyland.

The teen and his biological younger brother have a close bond and would like to continue their relationship after adoption. Tyris would do best in either a one or two parent home where he is the only or oldest child. He hopes for a patient family that is consistent with boundaries and consequences. Most of all, Tyris looks to build a strong and loving bond. 

For more information on children in foster care eligible for adoption, call Aid to Adoption of Special Kids at 602.930.4900, or visit

Editor's note: Ms. Gaieck is a copywriter at AASK - Aid to Adoption of Special Kids. She will be submitting articles regularly to the Daily Independent at in hopes to find children forever families.