“He’s a very loving kid,” Jordon looking for a family to love

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OKLAHOMA CITY - After being put in state custody as a toddler, Jordon is now looking for a loving home and family to call his own.

Jordon is an energetic 12-year-old who needs some special attention.

He was born with a genetic neurological disorder, so he has trouble speaking.

However, his case worker has worked with him since he was four-years-old and said he's grown so much.

"Jordon has come a long way. He's able to write his name now. He's really good on a computer. We give Jordon a cell phone, and he'll program anything. He takes my phone and just goes to town with it," said his case worker.

Jordon loves rock music, going outside and playing soccer.

"He's a very loving kid," his caseworker said.

He loves testing his skills with jigsaw puzzles and wants to be a truck driver when he grows up.

"He loves anything Spider-Man. Just give him Spider-Man, anything Spider-man," his caseworker said.

 Jordon was placed into state care along with his siblings when he was a toddler.

All of his siblings have been adopted, and he's the only one left looking for a place to call home.

"Just a family that will love him and take care of him, especially with his special needs,” his case worker said. "Somewhere to call home. A family, you know."

If you want to adopt Jordon, call 405-767-2955.