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Maclaine

Girl: 2010

Listed: Feb. 2018

Special needs – Cerebral palsy, premature birth

 

 

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Major

Boy: 2011

Diagnosis : neurofibromatosis type 1, aphasia, premature birth

Listed: Feb 2018

This little boy resides at the foster family since November 2011.   His foster mother described him as a very cheerful and smart child. He is always smiling and eager to help her with everything.  Despite of his aphasia, he has interest and ability to learn some English words and communicate with some English speaking children in his preschool. His vocabulary is getting bigger and bigger in his native language and English!

$0.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Augustus

Boy: 2010

Diagnosis: Down Syndrome

Listed: September 2017

Augustus was born premature and he has Down Syndrome.  His parents left him in hospital. He has hearing impairment and speech delay – communicates with gestures. He is attending  the school since this September.  Augustus is very social  and open for contacts with other people. There are no aggressive behaviors. He is a curious and very active child.

$1,005.70 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Natasha

Girl, born late 2007

Diagnosis: Cognitive delay

Listed: September 2017

The girl resides at the orphanage since September 2015. She is very cheerful and open for contacts with others people. She has no problems with behavior and very obedient.  She is calm and emotionally stable. She likes to be around and play with younger children. Her  life style is very active – she likes to ride a bike and roller skating – but she has a problem with her weight.  She is caring and friendly girl who likes to cuddle.

She has a mental delay, slight hearing loss (right side) and speech delay. She was neglected by her biological family but made a huge progress since she was placed to the orphanage. She wants to be adopted and have her forever family.

*** I am eligible for an Older Child Grant! Grant funding is dependent on a completed application and available funds.
For more information, visit: Other Angels Older Child Grant ***

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Ariana

Girl: 2014

Diagnosis: Down syndrome

Listed: August 2017

Ariana is a happy and smiling little baby girl who would be the best addition to any family. Ariana has down syndrome and slightly underdeveloped speech.

Ariana is a calm and bright child. She cries when her basic needs are not satisfied on time. Her caregiver states that she has a great need for closeness with an adult. She likes to be hugged and cuddled. Her need for closeness and safety are satisfied then. Ariana likes objects that can produce sounds, such as: rattles, music boxes and colorful and swishing toys.

Ariana is a good eater. Her favorite foods are vegetable soups and blended fruits. She sleeps pretty much throughout the night with seldom waking up. She goes to bed at about 8.30 p.m.

$15,180.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

Your gift will serve ALL of the children, as 10% of each Waiting Child Donation is shared with our Voice of Hope fund, as well!

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Myles

Boy, born 2011

Listed: May 2017

He has autism. But he is not typical boy with autism. He can dress, eat and wash by himself. He is talkative boy who likes to cuddle. His vocabulary is more than average and he can count to 30. He love playing with puzzles (10-20 pieces). He is not aggressive. He was afraid of everything when he first came to the orphanage. He was 2 y.o. at that time and couldn’t walk because his bio family kept him at the crib all the time.

The caregivers like him and described him as nice and caring child. His teachers also speak highly about him and believe he has a lot of potential. He works hard on his assignments and has no behavioral problems. He learn English at school. He likes to interact with other children.

Video is available from the agency.

$1,082.90 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Nico

nicoBoy, born 2011
Down Syndrome, hypothyroidism, bronchial asthma.

Listed October 2016

Nico is a cheerful boy. He enjoys music, he dances to the beat. He communicates with gestures and single words.  Nico tries to be independent –  eating, drinking & dressing himself. He is very interested in his environment.

 

$99.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Tony

Boy, 7 years old, epilepsy

Tony resides with his biological family for 3 years.  Then he was placed to a foster family but since September 2014 he resides at the orphanage. He was in the hospital twice with suspicion of epilepsy and currently he takes a medication.

Listed: Oct 11, 2016

Tony went to preschool in 2014 and it was difficult transition since he didn’t follow the rules and was aggressive toward other kids. His present teachers don’t have any problems with him. He seems adapted well and established relationship with kids and adults. He doesn’t like to draw. He is very fond of cars! He still has problems with concentration at school and his development is delayed but he made a good progress!

It is recommended to place him into a family without other children.

$50.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Elina

elinaGirl, 11 years old, possible FAS, low birth weight

Elina resides in the same foster family since she was 5 years old. She has a lot of interest including signing and playing saxophone. She is very athletic and participate is running competition. She needs to work on her behavior and self-control skills.

Listed: Oct 11, 2016

*** I am eligible for an Older Child Grant! Grant funding is dependent on a completed application and available funds.
For more information, visit: Other Angels Older Child Grant ***

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Mikale, Mathew, and Margot

3.sibsTwo brothers, born 2005 & 2006; sister born 2012

Listed: Sept 1, 2016

Mikale’s intellectual and emotional development is proper to the age. He doesn’t have any behavioral problems.

Mathew has aphasia and special education due to motor aphasia. But he made a progress in his development.

Margot is a very cheerful girl and she needs early support in her development.

*** We are eligible for an Older Child Grant! Grant funding is dependent on a completed application and available funds.
For more information, visit: Other Angels Older Child Grant ***

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Jordyn

JordynGirl, born July 2007

She is very nice and obedient girl. She lives in the foster family since April 2015.

She has astigmatism and FAS.

Listed July 2016

She is doing much better in school since she was placed to the foster family. Her teacher described her as a nice and polite girl who is always prepared for her classes. She likes to read but needs help with math. She enjoy singing and play musical instruments. She learns English in school.

*** I am eligible for an Older Child Grant! Grant funding is dependent on a completed application and available funds.
For more information, visit: Other Angels Older Child Grant ***

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Otis

Otis-(1)Boy, 4 years old
Down syndrome, Congenital heart defect (CAVSD), premature birth, hypothyroidism, dysplasia bronchopulmonary.

P-OD; Listed March 21, 2016

Otis had cardiac surgery (PA banding) in 2012. Since the cardiac surgery his condition is much better. He can sit and he walks with the help.

Otis likes to build the tower of the blocks and scribbles on the page. He answers with the smile and the vocalization of the smile. He know how to use the spoon and the cup. He reacts on his name. He understand simple gests and commands as go, give. He understands simple words.

He can rolls from back to belly and vice versa, in the prone position raises its head. He can walk on all fours. He can grabs the toy and holds it longer and manipulates. He can put the blocks to the box, rolling the ball, he can to shift toys from one hand to the other.   He likes to be with other children.

$10.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Kaiden

Boy, 6 years old
P-OD
Fetal alcohol syndrome, dysmorphia and drooping eyelids

Listed: January 29, 2016

Kaiden has typical FAS, deficiency of weight and growth. He just recently had a medical examinations which found he has anemia and vitamin D3 deficiency.

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”.

Update 2017:  He attends a special preschool and didn’t started school yet. He made a big progress this year. His concentration is much better, his social skills are developing and he is getting along with other kids and caregivers. He is a sensitive and open child who has no problem to share. He likes to play with boys but girls also want to play with him.  He has great imagination and creativity but his motor skills are not developed well. His vision is poor.

Videos are available from the agency.

$9.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Annabelle

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

Listed: January 29, 2016

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.

$19.58 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Julie and Alexa

146066781485749-8146066781485749-2Sisters, 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 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.

$88.13 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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