Kaston, age 9, enjoys all sports and loves playing basketball. He also likes the great outdoors and loves to explore. Like most kids, he likes video games, namely Nintendo Switch!
Similar to many children in foster care, Kaston has experienced trauma in his life, and because of it he struggles with controlling his emotions. Kaston also lives with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), so school can be a challenge, but he does have medications to help ease the struggle. For these reasons, Kaston would do best in a two-parent household with a strong father figure. He deserves a family that can pay him a lot of attention and be patient with him, which may work best in a family with few or no other children.
Could your family be the one to make a difference in Kaston’s life? Submit an inquiry on the Heart Gallery at theprojectzero.org to find out more.
In partnership with Project Zero and Arkansas Heart Gallery, each month Do South will feature a waiting child, or sibling group, in foster care in Arkansas. To inquire about these incredible children, please visit theprojectzero.org.