intrauterine hypotrophy, microcephalus, nanism, considerably delayed physical development; delayed neuropsychological development; her motor skills are well-developed; good general condition. The child’s emotional and social development and speech are delayed.
Lilly walks independently. She reaches for toys that are handed to her but still has a short attention span. She watches other children in the playroom but does not initiate interactions with them. She prefers to play alone. She does participate in organized activities with her group. She responds when being called by name. She produces some syllables, but is not yet talking. She recognizes familiar adults and smiles when they give her attention.
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.