Age: 4 years
Special needs: cerebral palsy (he walks independently!), 2-degree hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, congenital hypothyroidism without goiter (normal thyroid status at present, no hormone therapy), persistent foramen ovale, strabismus, inguinal hernia in the right, flat foot, delayed neuropsychological development.
This boy is in a satisfactory general condition and he is gaining weight. He also has been progressing in his psychomotor development ever since he got a “baba” as part of the “Granny and grandchild” program. His fine motor skills have improved greatly.
He walks independently. He imitates actions he has observed. He makes attempts to eat independently. He reaches for toys, plays with them and examines their functions. He makes eye contact and smiles. The child enjoys interacting with adults. He has formed a relationship of attachment with his “granny”. The boy produces sounds and syllables and follows simple instructions.
His progress can easily be noticed. The boy’s gait is now much more stable, he even tries to run. He also started feeding himself with a spoon independently.
In the videos we have of him you will see the boy show that he is hungry, eat alone, wipe his mouth with a napkin, drink from a cup, show how big he will grow, walk, run, laugh at loud when jested by an adult, show his head, mouth, legs, hands, show how much he loves his “granny”, kiss his “granny”, give blow kisses, knock on a door, look through a book and imitate how he eats the grapes and the bread .
He is such a ray of light! Full of energy, radiant, playful, lovable and affectionate. The psychologist from the Center for Family Type Accommodation makes a very favorable forecast about his potential and future development. This boy would simply thrive once placed in a stable, loving and stimulating family environment.
Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, he will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for him.