Kaiden (2)

Kaiden (1)Boy, 6 years old
P-OD
Fetal alcohol syndrome, dysmorphia and drooping eyelids

Kaiden is very cheerful boy. He has blond hair and blue eyes. He lives in the orphanage since  2010.

Kaiden is active and he likes new challenges. He is in good physical condition and is willing for exercises and playing with others. Kaiden runs fast, climbs the ladders. He kicks and throws the ball very well. He avoids the obstacles even when he is running. He likes to participate in group and individual activities. He likes rhythmic classes and sings the songs.

He speaks in proper, grammatical way, he uses long sentences. He asks many questions and he talks a lot. He is talking about things interesting for him or about his problems. Kaiden is willing to play with others children with blocks, cars and thematic plays as in “doctors”, “shop” or “house”.

Kaiden has FAS, dysmorphia and drooping eyelids. He has had the operation for drooping eyelids twice, but it is not better. Kaiden has convergent strabismus and myopia (short-sightedness) and defect of vision.

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AnnabelleGirl, age 7
P-OD
Fetal alcohol syndrome, behavioral disorder, PFO (Patent Foramen Ovale), emotional neglect, history of abuse

Annabelle is in the foster family since 2013. This is a very energetic girl. She likes art works, mapping of bands, puzzles.

Annabelle was a witness of a violent crime.  Annabelle has been emotionally neglected, she has been abused. In February 2014 she was in the psychiatric hospital (2 months). She was aggressive to herself and to others.She has been treated pharmacologically.  The agency has some additional details.

She is not open for other children. She prefers contact with adults. She smiles very seldom. She is very willing to learn rhymes and songs. She is very caring of the son of the foster family – they are in this same age. But she is not involved with her younger brother. This is a reason that the kids can be adopted separately.

It is the psychological opinion that Annabelle is very easy getting contact with adults but this contact is superficial. She can be charming but she has problem with maintaining of relationships. This is because in her home she was neglected. She hasn’t had love, care and safety, she hasn’t had regular physiological functions and regular satiety. Annabelle has disorders of the emotional sphere. It is recommended for Annabelle to be adopted to the family with children older then her.

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Inga (2)

Inga (1)Girl, born 2006
OD

HIV+

Inga is a very delicate and shy girl. She has blond hair and blue eyes. She resides at the orphanage since February 2015. Before this she has stayed with her father. Her mother died in 2008.

Her father has lived with her mother’s sister (Inga’s aunt) after her mother’s death. They both abused alcohol and reportedly there were a lot of fights and alcoholic libations. For sure Inga saw many negative situations. Her father is suspected of abusing the girl. A court case is in process. He has prohibition of contact with Inga.

Sometimes she has visits of her grandmother (mother of her mother) and aunt. She likes their visits but understands her situation. At the present Inga operates well in the orphanage. She doesn’t create any behavior problems. She tries be very independent. She is open with children and adults. She is very sensitive girl. She hides her emotions. During the days she is smiling but sometimes she has a withdrawal period. She doesn’t want to speak about the past. She looks for contact with adults. She needs to be noticed and be cuddled. Sometimes she can be stubborn.

Inga is clever girl. She likes puzzles, drawing (and doing it really well!), playing with other children. Her IQ is average and she is good schoolgirl. She attends in dancing class. She works with a psychologist and pedagog.

$49.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Julie (2)

Sisters, born 2008 & 2009
OD

Julie is a smiling and spontaneous girl. She is very social child who seeks adult’s attention. Her development is disharmonic and her intellectual level is much lower that average level of children in her age. Her vocabulary, knowledge of the world around her and of nature are at low level. The articulation is incorrect and her speech is unclear.

She very much likes drawing and coloring. She use her right hand but she holds the pencil not in proper way. Her graphomotor (handwriting) skill are lower.Alexa (2)
Alexa is a smiling and calm girl. She is open to people and she is willing to contact with adults and children. She lives in the educational care facility with her older sister, Julie. The development of her speech is at the level as children in 2 years old. Her articulation is not correct. The speech specialist works with her and try to help her.

She has mental delays at the moderate level. She doesn’t have right emotional maturity and she couldn’t start the school this year. Her development is disharmonic and her intellectual level is at lower level as the children in her age. In psycho-pedagogical opinion her psychomotor development is delayed 2 years and 7 months.

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Trent (2)Boy, born 2014
Down syndrome

Social development normal, cognitive development and motor development is delayed

What a sweet little muffin — love his baby picture!  Hoping to get an updated picture of him soon.

 

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PollyGirl, 5 years old
OD

This sweet girl has astigmatism, nystagmus, and cognitive delays. She has also FAS, disharmony and psychomotor and community problems. She can communicate using few words, mimics the gestures and sounds. She understand simple commands regarding repeating and daily activity. She plays with her toys but in schematic way and she concentrates on one activity at a time. She has problems with concentration and is hyperactive.

She does simple activities as dressing up and undressing, she eats on her own with a spoon but doesn’t chew; she swallows food as a whole. She doesn’t communicate her physical needs. She has problems with coordination and balance of her body. Sometimes she is aggressive and autoaggressive (self-aggressive). She started go to the kindergarten for children with problems with the sight. She lives in the foster family.

The agency only has this child’s file for two months.  Please do not hesitate to inquire if you are interested in adopting this child!

Carla3 Carla1Girl, born April, 2008
OD

Delayed psychomotor development and epilepsy. Possible FAS syndrome.

Carla is a very spontaneous girl. She is very open and connects easily with others. She is willing to discuss matters which are interesting to her. She has made good progress with her psychomotor development. She often doesn’t understand questions and she needs others to repeat these for her. Her vocabulary is limited and her knowledge of the world and surrounding is below standard on the level for her age. She is not speaking with correct grammar or in a proper way however her speech is mostly understandable (in her native language of Polish). She is little delayed cognitively.

She was born in 39th week of pregnancy. This was natural childbirth and without any complications. Her medical exam confirmed that she is in good health. She hasn’t had a fit of epilepsy since she has been in her foster family.

She can count to 12, she can compare the numbers and sizes. She has lower concentration, hearing, and memory.
She has lower coordination. She has problems to keep her balance. She can ride a bicycle. She very much likes to be active and she plays and animates toys. She likes contact with other children, she easy establishes bonds, she misses people who she has not seen for a long time. She eats by herself, dresses herself, goes to toilet on her own, and she shows her emotions.
She is a child with very big potential. It is thought that she could make wonderful progress in a stable, loving, warm, and safe family and with the help of specialists.

The agency only has this child’s file for two months.  Please do not hesitate to inquire if you are interested in adopting this child!

HarryHarry (2)Boy, born 2006
Cerebral palsy in the form of quadriplegia

Harry was taken to a foster family in January. He had previously been under the care of his grandparents, where his care was neglected. Since joining the foster family, Harry has been making great strides in development.

Harry walks alone, wears orthopedic shoes, climbs the stairs at the barriers. He needs a little help in the bathroom and taking a bath. Can fasten clothes, eat with utensils.

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PierceBoy, born 2011
Down syndrome, patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)

Pierce appears to be developing well, with moderate delays. Pierce walks independently well, by the stairs comes and goes by the hand, likes to browse through books, playing ball, he can throw it and roll on the floor. He eats independently; but still needs help when using cutlery. Does not report the needs in the field of self-service, does not call on the potty. The boy does not speak words, only a single syllable. Pierce is a cheerful child who liked to touch and play with other children and adults. Understand simple commands supported by the gesture and prohibitions, he answers to his name. Pierce is open in contact, often likes to cuddle. A big pleasure for him also fun in a circle, dancing swaying to the music. The boy sometimes angers, but quickly calms through the distraction of attention.

$1,015.31 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Nina EE2 (4) Nina EE2 (3)Girl, born November 2004

Nina wants to be adopted! Possible FAS diagnosis

Nina is fine, cute, companionable, independent. She quickly and easily establish contacts with other people. She is popular among peers, sensitive to the suffering of others. She likes to help the weaker ones.

She learns willingly. She is conscientious and responsible. Science is not a problem for her. However, she requires assistance with homework. The girl reads nicely and smoothly, inventive, she likes to actively spend her free time. She is happy to be included in the work team. She likes to manual activities, games and fun group. Nina has difficulties in memorizing of a few commands at the same time also troubles with abstract account – on concretely doing well, is not that the worst of logical thinking.

The girl doesn’t often get sick, she has a small eye condition that in recent times has significantly improved (after a visual check by an ophthalmologist opportunity to stop wearing glasses) and a slight defect in attitude.

Nina strongly emotionally is related to her carers in the orphanage, which calls “mother” and “father”. Always warmly expressed about them and about the people of her loved ones.

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Jarred (2)

Jarred (1)Boy, born November 2014
Down syndrome

 

 

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girlsillouettenophotogirlsillouettenophotoGirl, born October 2011
Good general condition. Neglected teeth. Slight developmental delay resulting from environmental negligence. Housed in a standard discordant age child development. Exhibits self-injurious and aggressive behavior.

Girl, born July 2009
Good general condition. Neglected teeth. The average intellectual abilities. Post-traumatic dissociative disorders. Currently symptoms persist structural dissociation. Less often manifests aggressive behavior. Suppressed were hysterical and nervous reactions.

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born 2014

hypoxia, posible hydrocephalus.  Delay global development.  Probable Cerebal palsy;  minimal emotional contact

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born June 2012

Global developmental delay. Very poor speech development. Neurodevelopmental disorders: cognitive, language, motor, emotional, observation towards the overall development of the disorder. The low level of visual perception. Decreased levels of auditory function. There is a disturbance in the field of small and large motor skills.

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born September 2014

After  birth she had respiratory failure, respiratory distress syndrome, underwent congenital pneumonia, jaundice, found intrauterine fetal infection, ASD II (congenital heart disease). Observation in the FAS. Cysts found in both compartments of the brain, anemia. Has recommended a neurological consultation. Reduced muscle tension. Good general condition.

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Boy, born July 2009
Behavioral disorders, attention, hyperactivity.
Good general condition. The course of development is within the standards development. Preliminary assessment – lack of school readiness.

Girl, born August 2010
Good general condition. Bedwetting. The level of mental and emotional development – age appropriate. Physically in good condition.

Girl, born October 2011
Good general condition. The course of normal development. Physically in good condition. The level of mental and emotional development – age appropriate.

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born October 2013
Fetal (FAS), hypotonia, Global developmental delay

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born August 2014

preamaturity, anemia, VSD, umbilical hernia, central hypotonia

Genetic workup in progress

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Fitzgerald (2)Boy, born October 2010
FAS diagnosis, speech delays; CHD (atrial septal defect-closed); Family history of TB (grandparents, mother); Allergies/chronic cough

Fitzgerald attends preschool. The boy is a standalone, can use a spoon, fork. In class, Fitzgerald is not focused, disturbing others. While playing, he scatters toys, not playing for their intended purpose. He often hits the other children. He likes to have fun with music, art classes, exercise gym. Speech boy is understandable. The boy can independently indicate the parts of the body. Fitzgerald very often during the day comes to receive hugs, he needs praise, wants to be the center of attention.

The agency only has his file for a short while — interested families shouldn’t delay in inquiring!

girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born August 2009

Angelica has Down syndrome. She has a congenital heart defect — VSD, ASD 11, PDA.

Angelica is said to have a moderate intellectual disability. She does not speak; she communicates through gestures and onomatopoeia —  seemingly inarticulate sounds, playing voice. She understands simple commands.

$2,471.05 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Sibling group of 4 children

Lia, girl, born April 2007
Lia has age appropriate mental development. Lia has difficulty concentrating; she is slow to respond to commands, gives the impression that she does not understand.

Jo, girl, born November 2009
Jo has delayed psychomotor development. She has dysmorphic traits; She has a hearing impairment/hearing loss; defect of vision; and delayed speech development. Her social development is age appropriate.

Sy, boy, born October 2010
Good general condition, with normal mental development. Sy does currently have some stuttering.

Abe, boy, born February 2012
Abe has good general health and development.

$63.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born May 2014

Laina has delayed psychomotor development and hypertonia. She has significant hearing loss in her left ear, with almost no reaction; her right ear has normal hearing. Laina has slightly dysmorphic facial features. She has a congenital heart defect –Patent ductus arteriosus.
With these diagnoses, it’s possible that Laina has Down syndrome, although it’s not diagnosed in the information the agency currently has.

$25.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born March 2014

Vinn was born prematurely.  He has been diagnosed with a Congenital heart defect (VSD + ASD II) – for which he had surgery in June 2014.  He has been diagnosed with “Monkey furrows on his hands” – which we refer to as “palmer creases.”   Vinn also has delayed psychomotor development in the lower end of the wide standards. Impaired development of gross motor skills, especially in the legs.

Vinn’s file did not state he  has Down syndrome, but it is very possible he does, with all of these characteristics.

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girlsillouettenophotoboysillouettenophotoGirl, born April 2009

Generally healthy. Wears glasses. Intellectual development in a normal range. She has a very large vocabulary. The disturbed emotional development – social. Suspected harassment through a father.

 

Boy, born February 2011

Skin allergies. EEG abnormalities were detected. Behavioral and emotional disorders. Suspicion of harassment.  Observed behavior imitating sexual behavior. Has very well developed verbal skills, expressed with lightness. Has a large vocabulary.

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born December 2013

Distal urethral acidosis. Nephrocalcinosis. Hearing loss on both sides. Heart defect. Hypotrophy. Slightly delayed psychomotor development. Reduced muscle tension.

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born December 2011

Infantile cerebral palsy – a figure bilateral spastic hemiplegia. Dysmorphic syndrome. 13q microdeletion syndrome. Malformations of CNS. Noticeable profound developmental disorders functions necessary for communication. In development, there are significant delays in cognitive, verbal and mobility. Psychomotor development is improving.

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born June 2012

Good general condition. Cerebral palsy – bilateral spastic paresis, increased tension in the limbs. Significant delay in psychomotor development. Requires stimulate the development of rehabilitation. Remains under the care outpatient audiological (hearing observation), ophthalmology (observation tendency to squint convergent).

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born April 2010
Underwent heart surgery, heart rate currently valid.
Cognitive development significantly below the level for the age.
Psychomotor development of the child is globally delayed, however, in a relatively short time, has made great progress. He needs multi-specialty care.

The agency can request further information for serious inquiries. We are so excited to be able to advocate for these children!

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Boy, born Feb 2007
Healthy; Inharmonious development, below average provided for the ages. Speech defect, under the supervision of a speech therapist. Problems with memory and attention span. Very busy and impulsive.

Boy, born Sept 2005
Healthy. Inharmonious development, below average provided for the ages. Very busy and impulsive.

 

The agency can request further information for serious inquiries. We are so excited to be able to advocate for these children!

$4.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born August 2010

Significantly delayed psychomotor development; Pineal cyst

The agency can request further information for serious inquiries. We are so excited to be able to advocate for these children!

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born June 2012

Good general condition. Dysmorphic facial features – Fetal alcohol syndrome. Psychomotor development proceeds disharmonious and is delayed. Observed characteristics of autism, delayed development of speech, difficulty in establishing social contacts. Difficulty eating.

The agency can request further information for serious inquiries. We are so excited to be able to advocate for these children!

$6.30 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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