Moira #429 OD
This 4-year-old girl has congenital anomalies syndrome predominantly associated with short stature, strabismus, mild mental delay (mostly in terms of her speech development), hypotrophy. The child is in a very good general condition.
She engages in imitative play; eats independently; follows simple instructions; responds emotionally to interactions; runs very well; tries to pronounce her first words.
Moira’s current condition is very good. The suspicions of a congenital anomalies syndrome with short stature dropped since the child has started growing, without any growth hormones applied, and she will just turn out to be a petite girl. In this relation, the chromosome testing suggested in the child’s report is no longer considered necessary. The girl’s strabismus does not necessitate correction. The kidney issues she had in July 2013 are no longer present and that has been a temporary issue. As for the child’s mild mental delay, the director expressed the opinion it is related with the girl’s institutional upbringing and can be overcome.
Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.