Meet Kelsey and John from Massachusetts. Kelsey is 16, John is 15 years old.
John and Kelsey are a loving and bonded sibling group of two of Caucasian descent. Kelsey is a sixteen-year girl whose foster mother describes her as a “giggle puss”. If you spend time with her you will quickly see why! She has the biggest smile and an infectious laugh. Kelsey is diagnosed with Down syndrome and Cerebral Palsy. She was previously using a wheelchair prior to coming into foster care, but now is now walking and making tremendous progress! She is getting stronger everyday and working hard in physical therapy! Kelsey likes to do karaoke, read, and listen to music. One of her favorite singers is “Pink”! Kelsey is in the ninth grade where she receives support in school through her Individualized Educational Plan (IEP).
John is a fifteen-year old boy who likes Pokemon, watching TV and working out! John has lost over 100 pounds in the last year due to his hard work and determination to work out and eat healthier. John is in the ninth grade where he receives additional support in the classroom through his Individualized Educational Plan (IEP). John is a talented teen who likes to cook and do woodworking projects. He is described as outgoing and engaging.
Legally freed for adoption, the children have shared they are looking forward to having a mom and a dad. They may want contact in the future with an adult sibling so a family should be open to maintaining this connection.
There are NO fees for their adoption.
If you live in Massachusetts, but do NOT have a home study, please contact Stephanie here and let her know you are a resident of Massachusetts without a home study, but are interested in Kelsey and John. You cannot have more than 4 children in your home presently, if you are interested in Kelsey and John.
If you do NOT live in Massachusetts, you MUST have a home study to adopt Kelsey and John. If you do not have a home study, please review our page here.
If you DO have a home study and you live outside of Massachusetts, and you have no more than 4 children presently in your home, please visit Kelsey and John’s page here.