Green cheeked? Gold capped? Or something else?
ETA: Guessing green cheek by your description of him! My parents generously agreed to be the hospice home for an elderly (at least 30 years old) gold capped conure. Rescue where I volunteer estimated 6 months to live. He was blind and deaf and just needed a place to live out his few remaining days.
It's been 3 or 4 years now, and he's still going strong despite a partial stroke that paralyzed him for a few years (he was still happy so they didn't euthanize.) He hadn't been out of his tiny cage in at least 20 years. He now loves my parents -- the change in diet (or at least that's what we're attributing it to) means he can at least see shadows and he can hear if you yell at him ("Oscar! Step up!" makes his foot go up to search for a finger. It is so adorable). He's learned to give kisses, flaps his wings on command (for exercise), and has learned to play with toys and destroy wood and boxes.
He's been such a great addition to my parents' home. These elderly guys can have so much life in them and you can teach an old bird new tricks
Enjoy your new addition!!!