A long-term foster family is being sought for 15-month-old George of Inuit heritage. He is a delightful, happy and curious little boy who loves to be around people. He is walking and has discovered that running allows him to go faster. So George gets into and around things very quickly if he’s not closely watched. He loves to play with his toys and is able to play with other children. He has a good daily routine; he eats well and sleeps through the night. George needs a family who can make a commitment to him for as long as he needs. The ideal family would be an Inuit or an Aboriginal family.
May is a cuddly, happy two-month-old baby girl with a good disposition. She is described as easy to care for. When she lies on her tummy she lifts her head “as if she is trying to do push ups”. She is very curious, loves to be around people and “tries to get their attention by cooing to them”. She has a good daily routine; she eats well and sleeps through the night. May’s parents are unable to take care of her, so she urgently needs a long-term family who will be able to adopt her, if she becomes eligible for adoption. Ideally, an Inuit or an Aboriginal family would be preferred, who can make a permanent commitment.
A foster home is being sought for an active healthy 13-month-old boy of Inuit heritage. Michael is a happy baby who loves to eat, play and have fun. He is walking, takes a nap during the day and sleeps through the night. His parents are not able to care for him, thus he is in need of a long-term foster family who will be able to make the commitment to adopt him if he becomes adoptable. A family of Inuit heritage would be ideal.
For more information about these children, please call Batshaw Youth and Family Centres at 514-932-7161, local 1139.