Daniayah, Damariea, Samarion, Damani and Damari (Matched)

3, 4, 7, 8 and 12 Years Old

These children have been matched with an adoptive family through the Heart Gallery of Illinois.

Qualities: A loving and instant family of five

Meet Daniayah, Damariea, Samarion, Damani and Damari, ages 3, 4, 7, 8 and 12 …

 

 Meet Damari
Damari is an adorable, happy and friendly little guy with a radiant smile and contagious laughter that has a hint of mischievousness! Damari is all about activity and enjoys being read to, riding his bike and scooter and just being outside. Damari is very smart and loves school, but sometimes he is distracted by his love for his friends and socializing.

Damari has been diagnosed with hypopituitarism, which is just a big word for a pituitary gland that is not behaving. Damari takes medication and a shot daily to control this condition. Don’t overthink it…parenting Damari is absolutely manageable and lots of fun! An adoptive family will absolutely be able to learn what caring for Damari entails. He is a tough little guy who enjoys roughhousing with his friends and siblings.

Meet Damani

Damani is a joyful boy with a sweet personality. He is affectionate and likes to have fun playing with his toys, scooter and bike. Damani takes his time to warm up to people, but when he does he loves to have a good book to be read to him and to cuddle. Damani is said to be a loner at school, but is very smart. He sometimes gets upset when told “no,” but can be redirected. I mean, who really likes to hear “no?”

Meet Samarion

Samarion is a very active happy, energetic and funny child. He enjoys making others laugh and is quite the jokester! You can usually find Samarion being social with his family and friends. He interacts well with other children, and when he’s at home he’s playing with trains, Legos, drawing and playing football. At school Samarion is the life of the classroom. He enjoys horseplay and entertaining his peers. His teachers report he is very smart.

Meet Damariea

Damariea is a very mellow child who is quiet and reserved, but very observant. He is very active and loves many different sports like basketball and football. Damariea says football is his favorite sport. In addition to sports, Damariea enjoys going away to camp in the summers and remote-controlled cars. Damariea finds school to be challenging because he struggles with reading and math. He will sometimes act out in frustration because he doesn’t understand the material. He would benefit from some extra homework help.

Meet Daniayah

Daniayah is a very lively young lady who is a whiz on computers! Daniayah loves nails, lip gloss and perfume; and when she’s not practicing her beauty secrets she enjoys dancing, singing and swimming. It has been said that Daniayah has a very inquisitive nature and enjoys being helpful around the house. Sometimes Daniayah takes on a mother hen role, but responds to redirection. Daniayah struggles academically but she tries really hard. With a little work, time, patience and the correct educational services, she’ll be a star pupil!

What You Can Do for Daniayah, Damariea, Samarion, Damani and Damari …

The ideal family for this group would be resourceful in locating and utilizing services and will ensure needed services are in place. The family will need to be able to communicate with schools, therapists and medical providers and be able to navigate these systems. The right family will provide a well-structured environment and consistency. The right family will also involve these youth in appropriate extracurricular activities and have energy for fun!

 

For those who submit an Inquiry Form expressing an interest in adopting a child listed in the Heart Gallery of Illinois, your form is submitted to the Adoption Inquiry Unit of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.  It is DCFS’s responsibility to get in touch with you as the next step if there is a match.  Let It Be Us is not a licensing agency or a child placing agency. Our function in the adoption process is to recruit foster and adoptive parents for the Illinois children who are waiting. 

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How You Can Help Daniayah, Damariea, Samarion, Damani and Damari … 

The ideal family for this group would be resourceful in locating and utilizing services and will ensure needed services are in place. The family will need to be able to communicate with schools, therapists and medical providers and be able to navigate these systems. The right family will provide a well-structured environment and consistency. The right family will also involve these youth in appropriate extracurricular activities and have energy for fun!

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Foster Care Information

Status

Available

Case #

S010110394

Gender

Female

State

Illinois

Last Updated

5/23/17