The last time we saw Ferris was in May of 2016, so I was excited when I learned we would be seeing him again in November. Sweet 9 year old Ferris participated in all tasks we asked of him, even if he was a little hesitant at first. And he did great – even solving multiplication problems!
He had great agility skills and impressed us with his dribbling and passing of the basketball. When asked, he told us that PE was his favorite part of school and that he loves playing ball, particularly dodgeball – so, makes sense that he was great at our tests!
When we asked Ferris to describe himself, he stated that he is “a good kid” – I love it! He also told me that he likes remote control cars and playing board games like Monopoly. When I asked what he wants to be when he grows up, he said a police officer. His caregivers told us that he is very clever. He is a bit reserved and serious, but it sounds like he is a typical active boy when he’s in a comfortable environment.
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