If you see 14-year-old Adrian out and about these days, he will be wearing a mask to do his part to slow the spread of COVID-19. But you can be sure that behind that mask is a smile.
Adrian is almost always smiling. And when he isn’t smiling, he is laughing or giggling. “Adrian is that type of person,” says group home manager Alanson Boyd. “He is happy to be here.”
Favorite food? Adrian likes everything. Favorite video game? He likes them all.
The teen has a knack for troubleshooting computers and other gadgets.
“I love fixing technology,” he says. “I want to build a computer one day.”
Adrian is outgoing and fun-loving – a real people person.
Adrian would thrive in any sort of family – single parent, two parents, only child, other siblings. And if there are animals in the house, so much the better.
“I like pets,” Adrian says. “My favorite pets are dogs, especially German Shepherds.”
Editor's note: Mr. Williams is a family resource development specialist at
AASK - Aid to Adoption of Special Kids. He will be submitting articles regularly to the Daily Independent at YourValley.net in hopes to find children forever families.