Eden was born in June 2007 and has been diagnosed with kyphoscoliosis with rotation and lordosis of the fourth degree. The position of some of her internal organs deviates slightly from the norm and some of her organs are a little smaller than typical because of her skeletal differences. However, her major organs appear to be healthy and working according to their function.
Eden’s gross motor development is impaired due to her scoliosis, but she does walk and run independently. Her cognitive development is age appropriate. She speaks in complete sentences, recites poetry and loves to sing songs.
Eden is in great need of surgical treatment and therapies for her scoliosis under the loving wings of a dedicated forever family.
From a family who met Eden in May 2014: Eden is our daughter’s best friend at the orphanage. Both girls love to play together and share their things. While we had our daily visits with our daughter, we were told Eden missed her in the group. She welcomed her back with a hug every time and told her, “My dear girl, my best girl, I miss you.”
Eden is a very sweet child who lights up a room. Her ability to walk unassisted impressed us tremendously. She is fully potty-trained and her self-help skills are age appropriate. Eden makes conversation and understands what is happening in her environment. This lovely girl would bring so much joy to a family and we believe her medical condition could be improved through treatments and therapies in the United States.
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