Hi! My name is Fayth.
Fayth is a healthy, active 8-year-old girl of African American/Caucasian and Cape Verdean descent. Like most children Fayth’s age, she loves to play and run around! She enjoys opportunities where she can get her face painted and donuts are her favorite snack.
Fayth is doing well in school with the help of an Individual Education Plan (IEP). She is in a regular classroom and receives speech therapy. Fayth’s speech delays are caused by a significant hearing impairment. Her medical providers are considering Cochlear implants at this time. Faith is also involved in therapeutic services to work on improving some challenging behaviors that resulted from her history of trauma.
Fayth can be placed in a home with a single mother or two-parent family that is able to provide a loving, structured home environment. She needs a patient family who can be understanding and supportive of her trauma history and outside treatment services. She can be the only child in the home or be with other children her age or slightly older. Fayth is legally freed for adoption and has an Open Adoption Agreement consisting of two visits per year with her birth mother and every other month contact with her sisters.
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