Gianna, Ashlynn & Dominic
Registration # 6170, 6169 6172
D.O.B. 03/07, 05/08, 10/09
HI! We are Gianna, Ashlynn, and Dominic.
“We never want to be separated!"
Gianna, Ashlynn and Dominic are friendly siblings of Caucasian descent. Ten-year-old Gianna is very creative. She loves music, swimming, dancing and being outdoors. She likes to make people happy and enjoys the company of her friends. Gianna does well academically. She is the type of child who makes friends easily. Gianna does not have any special needs although she is on a waiting list for therapy to address her past trauma history. Gianna is like a second mother to her siblings, especially because it is in her nature to be kind and caring to others. Gianna could benefit from a parental figure who can take some of the responsibility off her shoulders and show her what it means to be a kid!
Nine-year-old Ashlynn loves music, dancing and being outdoors. Like her sister, she enjoys time with her friends and swimming in the pool at her foster home. Ashlynn is a fun, outgoing little girl who loves to perform. She starts off shy but warms up quickly once she feels comfortable. Ashlynn does well academically and has many friends at school. She is also on a waitlist for therapy to address past trauma.
Dominic is an active, energetic little seven-year-old boy who never runs out of energy. His social worker describes him as a fun kid who loves adventures. Dominic loves riding his bike, jumping on the trampoline and playing with his brothers who are being recruited for separately. Dominic idolizes his sisters very much and requests to never be separated from them. They have a calming affect on Dominic and he values what they teach him. Dominic is supported by an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) at school. He does best with providers who are structured and consistent, so he can remain focused at all times. Dominic is currently receiving in-home therapy weekly and has been referred for play therapy.
Not yet legally freed for adoption, it is recommended that Gianna, Ashlynn and Dominic be placed in a home with at least one female figure, whether that is a single mom, two moms or a mother/father configuration. They should be placed in an active household and the family should allow them to maintain contact with their two biological brothers and sister who is placed in another home.
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