Meet Talishia, Michael, Jamon, and Jamarion! These siblings are full of energy and a joy to be around. They are bonded with each other and long for a family where they can be together.
Talishia is happy, inquisitive, and has a bright smile. She loves interacting with her siblings and others and even though she is in a wheelchair she tries to do as much as she can with the other kids. Talishia greatly enjoys getting to have visits with her brothers and is working on expressing her needs independently. Talishia has developmental delays and needs help with some daily life skills. Talishia has great manners and will talk to anyone who will listen.
Michael the oldest boy, is described as being energetic, a leader and smart. He is currently in 7th grade. He enjoys riding his bike, dancing to music, basketball and football. Michael needs a family to keep him active and help him let off some of his energy. Michael has learned coping skills and ways to express himself appropriately.
Jamon is described as being very friendly, energetic and mischievous at times. He is currently in 3rd grade and is working on his behaviors at school. He is very affectionate to those he knows and loves. Jamon loves animals, trucks, playing with toys, and playing basketball. Jamon is learning how to advocate for his own needs both at home and at school.
Jamarion is a energetic, affectionate, and sweet young boy. He plays well by himself and has a pretty good attention span, but loves being with other people and interacting. He loves to do anything his brothers are doing, especially if that involves Tag or active play! He is currently in 3rd grade and is doing well.
Talishia, Michael, Jamon, and Jamarion wish to be adopted together. They will need a family that will understand the impact of previous trauma and the grief and loss from being separated from biological family members. Currently, we are only seeking home studies for all four children together, however Talishia may be adopted separately from the sibling group of Michael, Jamon, and Jamarion. If families choose to adopt the children separately, the family will need to be willing and able to maintain the children's relationship with each other.