Josiah is a 19-year-old boy from Texas who is hoping to be adopted.
Josiah is a very giving child. He has a sensitive nature and likes to talk about his feelings. Josiah is very good at expressing how he feels. He enjoys playing with his younger brother Richard. Josiah named Richard as his favorite person. Playing outside, swimming, and playing football our his favorite activities. He would much rather be outside then in, but can usually entertain himself with video games when he must. Josiah is generally easy going, but he can be competitive. He will show you he is upset when he does not get his way. Supportive services are provided to help him learn to express himself in a positive way. Josiah needs a family that is able to encourage him, provide structure and supervision.
Richard and Josiah need a family willing to adopt them both and keep them together. Calling each other best friends, they enjoy being together. The boys like to play video games and sports with each other. Josiah is a sweet and loveable child who loves one-on-one attention. He is affectionate and very talkative. Richard has a great laugh and a witty sense of humor. The brothers enjoy staying active and prefer to be outdoors. They enjoys sports, video games, and fishing. Josiah and Richard need a patient loving family dedicated to providing ongoing supervision, structure and encouragement. These siblings have a variety needs that will require advocacy and support from their family. Visit us at the San Antonio Heart Gallery.
Josiah and Richard need a patient loving family dedicated to providing ongoing medical care, structure and encouragement. Josiah requires supervision and structure. He would benefit from a loving, patient and committed family. Josiah and Richard would do best in an active and outdoorsy family. They would prefer to live in a rural setting.
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