A bright boy, originally adopted from China, age 7, who is in need of a forever home with parents who are affectionate and able to provide a loving, stable environment in which he can thrive. He was originally adopted from China but needs a forever home that does not include young siblings so that his needs, as a possible victim of sexual abuse, can be addressed. He loves to ride his bike, playing with legos and flashlights and is very engaging with his current family. He is a very loving child, described as being very cuddly and attaching easily to caregivers. He is well mannered and easygoing, but can get his feelings hurt easily when reprimanded in a harsh manner. His new family will need to understand that he will require further treatment for a disability, called arthrogryposis, a condition that is characterized by joint contractures. In Ben’s situation it causes the wrist joints to turn inward. Although he has already had one corrective surgery on his right arm Ben will be having his second surgery on his left arm at the beginning of February. His new parents should be aware that although He does have this disability, he is very able to care for himself by feeding himself, getting dressed with only a limited amount of help, riding a bike, and other normal activities. He is adaptable and will be a fantastic placement for a loving family with no other children, or children who are older.
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