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Orphanage 65

Denis

DenisBOY, born July 2006

From his medical records:  epilepsy, frequent seizures therapeutic resistant, spastic tetraparesis, craniostenosis, gastroesophogeal reflux, congenital endogastritis

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From an adoptive family in summer 2012: 
We saw Denis three different times at large group events at this orphanage, and he is a very cute little boy. He is small for his age, and he was in a wheelchair the times I saw him (that may have been just for transport). But he was alert and following what was going on (a puppet show once, and a musical performance another time) with real interest.  He looked content and in a good mood every time we saw him.

This region typically waives the 10 day waiting period for children with special needs.   

Update March 2014:
Denis is a very handsome little guy. He is nonverbal, but makes a high trilling/singing sound or squeals when he is happy or trying to communicate. He looks like he is about the size of a 4 year old, however his abdomen is quite large (barrel shaped) while his arms and legs and hands are very thin and tiny. He is in a wheelchair and does not walk. His little body shakes often, from his head to his toes, which may be seizure activity. He’s very alert and watches what goes on, but does not appear very interested in interacting with people specifically. He is in a room with many other older, more mobile boys, so he may simply feel overwhelmed with the activity and constant movement.

$3010.00 is available towards the cost of my adoption!

Donations are tax deductible.

Daniel

DanielBoy, Born January 2006

HELP! I HAVE ALREADY BEEN TRANSFERRED!

Daniel is facing a bedridden life in the mental institution without your help!   Poor Daniel struggles with many health complications, but he can truly reach his full potential with a loving family.  He has CP and hydrocephalus, along with some symptoms of epilepsy.

From his medical records:  congenital hydrocephalus, spastic tetraparesis, movement disorders, symptomatic epilepsy, severe mental delay, partial optic atrophy.

From an adoptive family in summer 2012: 
Daniel is not doing well. His head has enlarged quite a bit and both times I saw him he was lying down in a raised toddler bed. He clearly needs medical help for the hydrocephalus.

This region typically waives the 10 day waiting period for children with special needs.  

$8843.50 is available towards the cost of my adoption!

Donations are tax deductible.
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