Got snacks? Sean wants to shareSean (9157)
Mr. Sean will keep you moving! You can tell this guy is full of life and very curious. His eyes light up when you say you have snacks: he has a big appetite, and really enjoys candy and chips! You might catch him smile, you might not, although he will when he wants to! While he can be a little shy, if he really likes you, he’ll show you affection by resting his head against you. Sean enjoys sensory activities, especially soft items and anything with music. He thrives more when he is in a routine environment, and likes to know what to expect next.
Routine is important for Sean. He needs “round the clock” care, and an adoptive family should make a lifelong commitment to him. An adoptive family will need to familiarize themselves with his diagnosis and treatments available for Sean, as they will need to advocate for him and be resourceful and knowledgeable regarding services available.
A family will need to be mindful when caring for Sean, and understand his needs, be patient with him, and meet Sean where he is. That said, Sean is an intuitive boy and parents should also be willing to try new things and push him out of his comfort zone.