Name: Tonya Age:20 Photographer:Karen Mullen Bulletin #WA296 Status: Active
Date created: 10:47AM Sunday 10/17/10 Last updated: 12:03AM Thursday 09/12/13
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Tonya is a bright, energetic and inquisitive young lady, who is loves animals, enjoys going on walks and riding her bike. Her interests are listening music, singing, reading, doing craft activities, and watching movies. Tonya is involved with a church youth group, gymnastics and the Boys and Girls Club. Tonya has made tremendous progress in school, addressing her anxiety around trying new things and being in new situations. She is excelling academically and has been successful in her school program. She has a quick sense of humor and easily warms up to new people who give her positive attention.
Tonya has had many accomplishments and successes that can be built on with support, love and commitment. She enjoys positive and supportive relationships with caregivers and is capable of being successful in a home environment, where there is structure, consistency and lots of positive reinforcement.
She has had many successes on which to build and enjoys adult relationships with her foster mother, counselor and social workers. She gets along well with her peers at school and enjoys socializing. Tonya was involved in the music program through her previous school. Some interests Tonya has are reading, doing craft activities, going on walks and going to movies.
Tonya desires a home with a single mother who has lots of animals and who may have an older or younger sibling. Tonya’s social worker believes she would do well in a two parent or single mom household. Tonya does well as an only child, or with older siblings who can be a good role model for her. She has a quick sense of humor and easily warms up to new people who give her positive attention.
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