If K’ymari was in the sports dictionary, he’d likely be described as a polished player since K’ymari possesses a strong desire to excel in athletics as well as appearance. He’d be the pro athlete disembarking from the team plane while wearing a tight-tailored black suit and shiny black shoes to match. “K'ymari likes to look nice,” says a person close to him. “He takes pride in having nice clothing, shoes and hair.” He also can be described as an adventurous young man because he’s always up for trying new things and being involved in new experiences.
K’ymari likes swimming, skiing, sledding, riding his bike and playing goalie in soccer. He also enjoys playing with Legos, drawing and playing board games. “If you're looking for a good topic of conversation, be sure to ask K'ymari what his favorite type of car is or what kind of dog he would like to train as his canine companion when he becomes a police officer,” says one of the people close to him.
According to one of the people who knows him, “K’ymari is a smart, polite, intuitive boy who has a strong sense of right and wrong.” He thrives on positive attention, gets along well with peers and enjoys spending time with adults. “K’ymari is well-liked by peers and teachers,” says a person close to him. “He enjoys going to school.”
A forever family for K’ymari could consist of one or two parents, but his new parent or parents should be experienced and trauma informed. A forever family for K’ymari needs to be patient and committed to helping him. K’ymari’s new forever family must be strong advocates for the services that will help him function at his best. Finally, his parents must be willing to let K’ymari maintain his sibling relationships.