Jenny has spent her whole her life at the hospital. She has chronic respiratory failure due to respiratory distress in the night.
Listed: Oct 2016
She is a very cheerful girl who is looking for company of adults. Her speech development is difficult because of the tracheotomy tube but she is working with the speech therapist and making progress. She can eat and drink without help. She is ready for normal life and needs a family willing to learn how to take care of her.
Update: Jenny has a problem with her speech because of the tracheotomy tube but the doctors said that this tube is little to the side so as not to damage the vocal cords. In their opinion she doesn’t has proper care of speech therapist and if she will has more exercises her speech can be very good. Jenny is very smart and learn who to connect the tracheotomy tube by herself and she even helped another child when this tube was disconnected. She is easy making contact with other kids and adults. She attends kindergarten at the hospital. She likes books, puzzles and drawing pictures. She can eat and drink without help. Her bio parents are healthy and her bio mother didn’t drink alcohol during pregnancy. Per Jenny’s doctors, she only needs to be connected to the respiratory tube at night.
We will be happy to share Jenny’s video and more photos with the interested family.
$468.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!