Sky Zone in Scottsdale features a rock climbing wall and a ninja training course, the sort of things that will make a fellow think twice. But they don’t scare 14-year-old Casey. After all, he has been on stage for a middle school talent show. And what could be more scary than that? “I’m not afraid to put myself out there,” the high school freshman says with a smile. Whether it is singing or sports, Casey is willing to give it a try, says Eric Mengel, group home manager.
“Casey is just open to trying new things,” Mengel says. “He wants to see what life is all about.” Casey “has a heart of gold. He is honest, open,” Mengel says. Casey loves baseball, chess and Spiderman movies – all of them. He also loves his younger sister. The two have monthly visits and it is important that the relationship continue, says Mengel.
Casey also has a mentor through Aid to Adoption of Special Kids and continuing that relationship would also be helpful, Mengel says. Casey says he would like a forever family with mother and a father. And in a perfect world, he adds, they would live in the same school district he lives now so that he could continue going to the same high school.
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