Hadley (3)Hadley (1)

Girl, born April 2011
PRC
cerebral dysplasia, growth development delayed (head size not reach the standard)

 

At the age of 11 months, she can sit alone steadily.  Her left hand movement is normal, and her right hand is not very flexible; when playing with toy, her grip and flexing action is slow; Although her motor development delayed, she would express her love for music rhythm by her body language; for example, she sits in front of me, when I sing while clapping hands, after a while, she begins to imitate me, and shakes her head follow my rhythm, so lovely. At the age of 12 months, she can respond to the facial expressions of adult, can express her emotions.  At the age of 13 months, she can crawl while lying on the stomach.  When she sees her favorite toys, she would crawl to get them. At the age of 14 months, she can understand instructions; her hands and legs are getting more flexible gradually; she can stand for a long time with hands holding onto handrails; when asked to stand up or sit down, she would stand up with hands holding onto handrails or squat down following instructions; when she stands in front of mirror, she would do some interesting actions; for example, she would clap the mirror with hands, kiss herself in the mirror and make faces or make sounds to the mirror.  She is active, has a ready smile and no matter who teases her, she will smile happily.

An update on Hadley from January 2016 says that Hadley is not a picky eater.  She can follow simple instructions, she can also speak in simple words.  Her favorite thing to do is play with her friends.  Hadley will start attending pre school after Chinese New Year, to help with her interact with her peers and to help her catch up with her peers. With love and support, she has almost caught up in physical development with other children her age.  Her language, cognitive, and fine motor skills are behind compared to her peers.

$184.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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AnnaGuardian AngelGirl, born January 2011
PRC
Spina bifida (post-op)

 

Anna has no sensation in her lower limbs but her upper limbs has full range of movement. She can sit independently but cannot walk. She has no sensation regarding toileting. Her mental and language development is all age appropriate according to her update completed December 2013. Her foster mother says that she is active and gentle. She listens well but will cry when her foster mom leaves. Her foster mother says that as long as she tells Anna that she will be back and when she will be back that she will quiet down and accept that her foster mom is leaving. Anna is a beautiful girl that longs for a family to call her own.

For interested families, the agency has 2 videos of Anna and an update from December 2013.

Anna would greatly benefit from treatment and therapies at a children’s hospital like Shriner’s in the US. This little girl would have a bright future with the love and care of a family.

$121.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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-Lollie-Guardian Angel

Girl, born May 2011
H-C
Siezures; other undiagnosed issues

Lollie is learning how to sit; when you put her in a sitting position, she can now sit for several seconds. She has an epileptic syndrome and is on medication for seizures, but has not had any seizures since being admitted to our care. She has a vision impairment, but with glasses is able to see much more of her world. Lollie is nonverbal, but she will make contented noises to express herself.

Update Jan 2015:
Lollie is an absolute princess who loves getting special attention from her caregivers and friends. She responds to voices and physical touch, often with a smile or contented noise. She is learning how to sit up on her own and is often put into a tripod position to practice. Even though she often keeps her head down while doing this, she can stay in this position for several seconds. She usually gets to practice sitting while her nannies do her hair – they will help her sit against their legs while they put the intricate braids in place. Lollie has an epileptic syndrome and is on medication for seizures, but rarely has any episodes that last more than a few seconds. She has a vision impairment, but with glasses is able to see much more of her world. Lollie seems to respond better to people that she knows; when she first meets someone, it often takes her a few days to warm up to them and begin to smile in response to their attention.

$61.20 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGirl, born 2012

Hydrocephalus internal – ventriculoperitoneal shunt, Spina bifida, congenital anomalies of the urinary system, ventral hernia.

Listed: April 25, 2016

She can sit with support on her back. Sometimes they put her in a walker but she cannot push herself because she has no sensation in her lower limbs. She makes tries to stand up alone in her bed but because of the paraplegia of her lower limbs, she does not succeed.

She is very selective as to the people whom to have contact with, as well as to objects. Sometimes she does not want to be touched and push your hand, but when she wants to be taken in your hands, she stretches out her hands to you.

She likes to eat and to be fed, she accepts the food with pleasure and appetite.

As to words by the staff, she likes to hold small objects and toys. She manipulates with them by knocking them, licking them or knocking them in her teeth. The staff shared that she has favorite toy “stuff animal”, which she likes to “play” with.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

KikiGirl, born August 2010

Kiki first lived with her mother.  In 2013 she was placed in an institution that takes care for special needs children. She suffers from epilepsy and mental delays. There is a delay in her motor and neuropsychological development. She shows increased muscle activity, cannot speak, although she makes attempts and makes some sounds.  She has learned to walk and now runs. She is on drug treatment for her epilepsy.  Needs an adult’s help with dressing and toileting. She is relatively happy, calm and is not a problem child. She does not fear to interact with adults who knows. Suffers from strabismus and will probably need glasses or surgical correction.

Kiki has features consistent with a diagnosis of FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome).  This is not a diagnosis, but a cautionary disclosure.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

CateGirl, born July 2011
PRC
left eye ptosis, atrophy- retinoblastoma

Cate is just over 2 years old. The doctors believes she has ptosis, left eye atrophy, and possible retinoblastoma of her right eye. She hasn’t received any treatments for her eyes.

Cate can keep up with the kids her age. She can walk around and knows exactly what toys to pick out of the toy box. She knows how to talk and get along with others, but is very shy and prefers to stay quiet around strangers.

$89.20 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Gigi (2)Gigi (1)Girl, born July 2012
PRC
Hydrocephalus, bilateral blindness, developmental delays

Gigi is sweet little girl who has excellent hearing abilities! She can kneel on both knees and sit on her own. Gigi responds to her own name, and whenever she hears music, she get really excited and laughs! She loves to play with others. We hope Gigi finds her forever family!

$117.25 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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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.

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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41128135617 Ruby (1)Girl, born 2010

Congenital malformation syndromes due to Fetal alcohol syndrome, Other pervasive developmental disorders, Lack of expected normal physiological development, Iron deficiency anemia, Cardiomyopathy, unspecified

Available for adoption in spring 2015

Note: Ruby has a healthy sibling brother, who is *NOT* adoptable for adoption, due to his paperwork. A family who commits to Ruby should be prepared for a possible delay in country, due to “separation” of siblings.

 

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

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41128135744 Chloe (1)Girl, born 2010

Congenital heart defect: Ventricular septal defect, Atrial septal defect; Convergent concomitant strabismus; Mental and physiological delays; Acquired deformity of chest and rib

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vivianGirl, born 2014vivian1

Hydrocephalus (shunted), Sequelae of inflammatory diseases of central nervous system, had encephalomeningitis, low paraparesis

 

She is SO sweet!!

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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MarshaMarshaAge: 5
Diagnosis: polymalformative syndrome, chromosomopathy and developmental delays. Right-sided neuritis of the acoustic nerves. Right-sided microthia.

 

Marsha’s birth mother was just 16 years old when Marsha was born and raised her for 3 years. After several hospital stays, Marsha was placed in the orphanage. She has delays in all aspects of her development, but has been making steady progress since entering the orphanage.

Update 2015:
Marsha walks independently. She overcomes medium-sized obstacles, climbs up and down the furniture, and goes up and down stairs, leading by hands. She claps with hands, laughs aloud at tease, and smiles to beloved people from the staff that has sympathies to, goes to them and looks for their attention, touches them, turns her head, makes a chain of syllables. Her games are stereotypical. She comforts herself by rocking and rubbing her head against the wall. Marsha eats slowly and with appetite. She is not picky for food.

Marsha does not speak. She does not follow verbal instructions. She shows willingness to communicate despite her limited language skills and gradually observes tendency towards activity and initiative in nonverbal communication.

Gradually, with the help of adults Marsha is trying to master skills. She likes when special attention is paid to her. Her attention remains unstable, quickly distracted. Her emotions are not always adequate to the situation. She is interested in her mirror image. She cannot recognize herself in the mirror. Her self-control is related to the development of sense-motor schemes and abilities to be used their effects impacting on the objects. She does not regulate her physiological needs.

MaddieMaddie update 2015Girl, born March 2014
H-C

Maddie is a sweet little girl who has developmental delays. She has not been diagnosed with anything particular, but she does appear to have cerebral palsy of some degree. She prefers to keep her head tilted to one side and tends to be very stiff, however she does great at tummy time and will lift her head up to look around. Maddie also loves to be held and can easily be soothed when you pick her up for some cuddles.  Maddie does have a lot of muscle spasms, but it is currently unclear whether this is seizure activity. Despite her delays, Maddie is very observant of her environment; she can often be seen looking at those around her and she has gotten good at tracking people and objects with her eyes. Maddie cannot yet sit up on her own, but when put in a crawling position, she will often move her legs forward like she is trying to crawl. She also bears weight on her legs when put in a standing position. Maddie is an easy going baby, except sometimes at meal time when she does not want to eat, and she is very loved by her nannies. One particular nanny has a special love for Maddie. She says that Maddie reminds her of one of her sister’s kids, so she pays special attention to her. This nanny was very excited when we gave Maddie a new chair to help her keep her head straight; she even thanked us with a hug and a kiss. She was also very happy to learn therapy techniques to help Maddie and has been using these regularly.

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Antoinette (2) Antoinette (1)Girl, almost 4 years old

infantile cerebral palsy; blindness; bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, muscle tone – quadri-hypotonia and hyperreflexia.

March 2014 update:

No physical activity and initiative. Takes a passive seat with adherence, has elbow support but shows poor balance reactions. Gripping reflex – upon touch with, grips for a short while. Visual – motor coordination /hand-to-hand; Hand-foot-thigh; Hand-foot-mouth /. Visual analyzer – horizontal nystagmus, amaurosis, atrophy of optic nerve. Does not follow and fixate a bright object. Does not wince and does not orient in the direction of strong acoustic stimulus, bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. Pronounced “seeking” reflex and pathological oral automatisms. Speech production – coo sounds and vocalizations. Affective reactions – heavily decreased mimical facial expression, responds to tactile stimulation, “facade” smile is observed briefly.

Autonomy – positioned entirely by an adult. She feeds with an appetite and permanently gains on weight. Sleep – short periods of wakefulness.

Update, August 2014: Within a month this little girl has made a progress, which is encouraging. Also, the staff working with her shared that according to them she is not deaf but probably with decreased hearing!!!

The agency has an updated report on file and video! Antoinette needs a family that will give her a chance!

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

judith

March 2016

40730094950Girl, born 2012
CP, dual hemiplegia

 

Judith cannot walk or sit independently. But she shows interest in toys and reacts to speech addressed to her.

 

$5.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Summer

Summer2Girl, born 3/12
FAS and mixed development disorder, premature birth.

Summer is quiet, friendly and always smiles when she is seen by an adult. She almost eats without help – but she eats slowly. She almost goes up and down the stairway by herself. She does not want to always participate in all activities and needs extra motivation. She expresses her feelings with mimics and movements. She has started to speak and pronounces some words. Summer loves music, reading, books and swinging on the horse.

She wants adult’s attention and likes to lean on an adult, sit in their lap, and give hugs. Her fine and gross motors skills development are adequate. She is friendly with adults and children.

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

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RoseGirl, born Sept 2011
PRC
Cleft lip / cleft palate, Cerebral Palsy

Rose is 2 years old and she loves to smile! She has a cleft lip and palate and Cerebral Palsy (CP). Her CP makes it hard for her body to move so right now she cannot sit or stand on her own. It can also be hard for her to talk with her cleft lip and palate. Rose loves when her caretakers go outside with her, and she loves when they call her name. Rose laughs and smiles at people when they talk to her, and especially when they play bells. She can roll over, hold her own toys, and hold her head up like a champ!

$45.68 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Grace RKGirl, born June 2010
PRC
Cleft lip and palate; congenital heart defect (post-op)

Grace was abandoned by the train station when she was ten days old and has been living in an orphanage ever since. Grace was born with a cleft lip and palate, for which her first surgery will occur in May. She also had a congenital heart defect which was corrected this past summer. She does not take any cardiac medication but she sometimes pants and her lips become blue after strenuous exercise so her cardiac issues may not be fully resolved.

Grace is reported to have normal intelligence, bowel and bladder control, and she walks and runs just fine. She dresses herself, speaks in 3 – 5 word sentences, likes to sing and play games with other children.

Grace needs a family of her own. Can she join yours?

$24.30 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Maisie April 2015Sweet Maisie was born in April of 2012 and has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.

Maisie is a sensitive child who likes looking at the world around her as well as listening to music and watching cartoons. She reaches for toys and tries to babble. Maisie can roll from stomach to back and vice versa. She cannot sit unassisted, but has some head control and tries to pull to a stand against stable support.

Maisie is responsive to her caregivers and appears to understand everything they say to her. She recognizes familiar adults and loves to be held.Maisie Photo 2 August 2014 - August 2014

Update April 2015: Specific reasons are unknown, but Maisie’s condition seems to be deteriorating. She needs the love of a family as well as appropriate medical care and therapies quickly.

Update December 2015: Our in-country representative once again sought new information about Maisie and learned that she was born prematurely, weighing 1220 grams and 39 cm tall. Her APGAR score was 3-5. Maisie’s current diagnoses are cerebral palsy, bilateral hemiparesis, non-progressive retinopathy, esotropia, high muscle tone, mild anemia (no helminthosis), and developmental delays.

At this time, Maisie’s mobility is limited and she does not use a wheelchair. She has head control, but cannot sit unassisted. Maisie reaches for and holds toys, recognizes and smiles at her caretakers, and understands what is said to her though she does not respond verbally. Maisie is spoon-fed and sleeps calmly.

$1,003.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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JubileeGirl, 17 months old
H-C
Cerebral palsy and temporal lobe epilepsy

Sweet Jubilee is doing well. She has cerebral palsy and is on medication to control her seizures. Jubilee was a severely malnourished baby when we first met her, but she has gained weight well and is now a chubby little lady. Jubilee cannot sit up or roll over on her own, but she is receiving therapy to help increase her strength. She loves to stare at faces and responds really well to touch; if she is crying, she is easily soothed by being held. Only recently has Jubilee started to smile and laugh, and it is adorable. Sometimes, she will do this in response to being tickled, but over the past couple of weeks, we have seen her smile come out even more easily. Often a simple greeting or quick cuddle are enough to bring out Jubilee’s smile and it is sure to brighten your day.

$54.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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ellenellenGirl, born 2010
Microcephaly, Cerebral Palsy

 

URGENT:  FACING IMMINENT TRANSFER to the INSTITUTION

 

$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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EmerlyseGirl, born June 2011Emerlyse
PRC
vision impaired

Emerlyse is a sweet little girl who is 3 years old. She has no vision, and really needs a family. Emerlyse’s update from last fall said she was not walking unassisted, but would easily walk holding someone’s hand. She had not been trained to feed herself, but they were working on toilet training at that time. Emerlyse’s earlier photos show a bubbly, happy, and engaging little one. Her more recent photos show a different little girl…quiet, reserved, and a bit sad. Hopefully, they caught her on a bad day, but she most definitely needs attention and love. Emerlyse needs a family who will work with her, love her, and treasure her. And she needs them soon. We would love to see her smile again!

$5.40 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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146066781485749-10Sisters, 6 & 4 years old

Katie is a very energetic and open girl. She is very independent and takes care of herself. She lives in a foster family. She is attending preschool and enjoying it very much. She likes art activities and her drawings are very colored and clear. She likes to listen to others reading texts and she listens with understanding and gives right answers. Her answers are logical and understandable. She can count to 10 and she distinguishes between geometric figures, letters and numbers. She has very good memory. She can concentrate and cooperates well with other children. She likes to play outside the house; she can ride a bike and a scooter.

Katie has speech delay and allergies.  She is afraid of storms and lightning. When she is afraid, she is in panic and cries and screams, and even can hit her sister. When her stress is overwhelming, she can destroys toys. But she can talk about her problems and emotions. She is very bonded with her younger sister.

Barbie is 4 years old and she is a calm and smiling girl. She pronounces syllables and speaks single words. She can communicate her needs verbally and she understands all requests addressed to her. She is willing to help. When she is afraid she cries, but silently. A hug from her foster mom or foster dad helps her to become calm, and then she feels safe. She is afraid of big groups of people and of loud shouting or talking. When her stress is overwhelming she destroys toys or things, gnaws the wall and shoes or books. She is afraid of the sounds of a vacuum cleaner and mixer. Her foster family is trying to help her alleviate her fears with these objects, putting her hands on them (of course when they are switched off). She is willing to share her toys. Barbie likes to play with animals, she likes flowers and compose bouquets. She likes to play with blocks and draw.

She started to walk at age 2. Her gait was “waddling”. In her biological home she was neglected; nobody exercised with her or allowed her to develop her gross motor skills because of her health problem. She was diagnosed with muscular tension and torn hip. Now she is under rehabilitation therapy. She was burned with boiling water, she has a scar on her right forearm.

She still uses diapers. The foster family is trying to teach her to use the potty. She can put on shoes and socks by herself. She is learning to wear other clothes. She can eat and drink by herself. She is very bonded with her older sister.

Her mother has Huntington’s disease. The girls’ father is an alcoholic and has used the physical and psychological violence against them and their mother.  Both girls are believed to have been victims of abuse by their father.

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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sophie1Girl, born 2012

Internal hydrocephalus compensated, tetraparesis, dysmetabolic nephropathy, chronic pyelonephritis, subnanism

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

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sierra 2015sierraGirl, born 2010
disorder of the brain, unspecified; mild intellectual disabilities; strabismus; Osteochondrodysplasia with defects of growth of tubular bones and spine; Moderate protein-calorie malnutrition

$130.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Mary Beth (1)Mary Beth (2)Girl, born November 2011
PRC
prematurity, posible CP, delays

Mary Beth is a sweet and cuddly little girl who is 3 years old. She was a premature baby, and was diagnosed with laryngeal cartilage dysplasia. Mary Beth has been healthy, but her muscular tension is high. She is unable to sit, crawl, or hold anything in her hands. Mary Beth is not speaking, and does not often respond to those talking to her. When she is upset, a long hug and cuddle will calm her. She has many delays. We do not know what the future holds for this sweet little one, but with a loving family and therapies, she will be able to reach her full potential. Mary Beth needs a family soon.

$15.30 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Amelinda (1)Amelinda (2)Girl, born July 2011
PRC
Congenital heart defect; hip, knee and foot issues

Amelinda is a beautiful little girl! She came into care when she was a few months old, and was found to have a CHD (VSD and mild hypertension), dislocation of her right hip, varus deformities of her knees, club feet, posterior angulation of the sacral bone, and osteomalacia (could be lack of vitamin D). As scary as all that sounds, this precious little one will not be stopped! She crawls, walks with one hand held (as of 2013), and loves to play with the other kids.

Amelinda is sweet, happy and a very loving litle girl. She needs a family who will love and cherish her in return!

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

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patrice Girl, born 2012

She needs family fast because she is facing transition to the institution

microcephaly; other congenital hydrocephalus
Localization-related (focal)(partial) symptomatic epilepsy and epileptic; syndromes with simple partial seizures
severe mental retardation,
other congenital deformities of hip; Haemangioma; amenia
congenital malformation of larynx
convergent concomitant strabismus; optic atrophy; other cardiomyopathies

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

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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.

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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kiara

kiara1Girl, born 2012

Spina bifida, Congenital hydrocephalus

 

Very smart girl, can talk, tells poems

 

$13.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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elizabethGirl, born 2010

spinal amyotrophy, Werdnig-Hoffman disease

The orphanage is begging for a family for this little girl because they have no medications to help her live longer and her muscles continue to die.

She is very smart and very well developed for her age.

She needs special care, rehabilitation, specific medications and good nutrition

$3,334.88 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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KendallGuardian AngelGirl, age 2
PRC
Missing right eye, left eye deterioration, hearing loss

Kendall just turned 2 years old. Although she is a quiet girl, she is close to her caretakers. Her left eye has corneal degeneration and she is missing her right eye. She also still has trouble with her hearing and it has made it hard for her to keep up with the other kids her age. She can stand up on her own but needs a little help walking around.

She is really good at recognizing the voice of familiar people and when she hear musics, she likes to dance around. She is ready and waiting to dance into her families heart.

$46.35 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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pennyGirl, born 2011
Cerebral Palsy (spastic diplegia), crossed eyes.

She can walk by herself.

 

$29.70 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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dottieGirl, born 2011
(She will be available end of 2016)

FAS

 

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

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careyGirl, born 2011
Fibrosing alveolitis (kidneys pathology)
Other interstitial pulmonary diseases with fibrosis

She received hormone therapy, this is why she has sodden features. She does not receive it any more.

$9.00 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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mileyGirl, born 2012
Osteogenesis Imperfecta

 

 

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

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jenniGirl, born 2010

Pierre Robin syndrome, slight mental delay

She had surgery for cleft palate. She doesn’t speak but snuffles. She congenitally has very low palate. She most likely will never talk normally.

 

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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The Reece’s Rainbow Prayer Warrior Ministry was created with three goals in mind:

  1. To lift the daily needs of each waiting child up in prayer
  2. To lift Reece’s Rainbow up in prayer
  3. To lift the families whom God is preparing for each waiting child up in prayer

 

luciaGirl, born 2010

Localization-related (focal)(partial) symptomatic epilepsy and epileptic syndromes with simple partial seizures, Unspecified mental delays, myopia

after stroke syndrome, lack of coordination of muscle movements

Very friendly and sweet!

$0.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Brynn (2) Brynn (1)Girl, born January 2011
PRC
Cerebral Palsy

Brynn is a very sweet and outgoing child. She is in her orphanage’s rehabilitation training for her cerebral palsy. She is now able to stand with the help of objects and can take some steps and go up and down stairs with support. Brynn can stand on her tiptoes. She can grab foods to eat on her own, but she cannot eat on her own using a bowl, spoon or chopsticks. She has good recognition abilities, and is very close to her nannies. Brynn cannot dress herself on her own. She likes to imitate adults, but cannot say complete sentences. She likes to go to class, and like to build with blocks and scribble. Brynn is not able to draw circles. Be the voice and help Brynn find a family!

$40.50 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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Yulia RKGirl, born 2011
PRC
hydrocephalus, club foot

Yulia was born with hydrocephalus and abandoned at the local train station at 5 months old. At 9 months old, she received surgical repair of her hydrocephalus and has a small scar on her scalp. She also had surgery for an intestinal blockage and has a scar on her tummy. She has good bowel and bladder control. Yulia has a left foot that is clubbed, but she is able walk with support of someone holding her hand. She can use chopsticks, draw lines and circles, and speaks short sentences. She is reported to have normal intellectual development. She is a talkative and active little girl who gets along well with other children and likes to play outside. Could Yulia be your daughter?

$7.81 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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cadenceGirl, born 2010
Her official diagnoses are syndrome of movements disturbance, conformational abnormalities of brain, unspecific; other disorders of mental development.

She cannot talk, she only makes some sounds to express herself. She understands direct speech though.
Well-behaved and friendly girl.

She has a 17-year old brother, but local authorities promised to allow “separation” of siblings if necessary.

$0.00 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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Siblings, born March 2008, April 2009, November 2010

The children reside in a foster family since March 2011.

Jarius:
Older brother is 7 y.o. He is quiet child. He likes to play with Lego and toy cars. He is good at drawing, coloring pictures and handicrafts. His  medical diagnosis – physical development delay. Language delay. Urinary incontinence (neurosis).

Juno:
The middle sister is 6 y.o. This girl is clever and musical. She likes to sing and dance, and also draw and color pictures as well as do various handicrafts. The girl is sometimes disobedient and tearful in both – kindergarten and home.  Her  medical diagnosis – psychomotor development delay. Neurosis – urinary incontinence, neurotic reactions

Betty:
The youngest sister is  4 y.o. She is clever for her age. She is very musical and she has a good memory – she knows many songs and she likes to dance. She is also good at drawing and coloring pictures as well as in various handicrafts. The girl is disobedient  and wishes to do only what she wants. The girl is nervous and fragile.  Her  medical diagnosis – hypostature (physical development delay), and asteno-neurosis.

$18.00 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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Jenya 2Girl, age 2

As a result of her premature birth, Jenya had heart surgery when she was two months old, but has had no complications or further heart issues. She was on a breathing machine right after she was born, and has suffered some lung damage (current diagnosis of Bronchopulmonary Dyspalsia) and developed asthma as a result.

Jenya is a little over two years old. She is a very curious child, who enjoys toys and exploring her surroundings. Jenya loves to move, and is able to walk when holding onto someone hands or using a walker. She’s a great sleeper and eats mainly mashed foods. Jenya is reported to be attached to her caregivers and to be a happy child. She is delayed in nearly every aspect of development, including walking, cognitive abilities, and speaking. Jenya’s caregivers believe some of this is due to her premature birth and the orphanage environment, and believe being placed with a family could help with the physical development.

 

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

Nina Oct 2015 (2)Nina ARM RV 11-19-2015Nina was born in July 2010 and has been diagnosed with hydrocephalus and spina bifida as well as disease of the central nervous system. Her report also lists a diagnosis of Down Syndrome, but this is likely an error. We are checking to clarify.

Nina can stand unassisted and walks with a walker. She uses the bathroom. Nina speaks and can be shy with strangers.

From a family who met Nina in Sept 2015: We played in a small group with Nina one morning. Although she was quiet with us, she was chatting and laughing with the other little girls. She has such a beautiful smile. She is shy and soft-spoken but such a sweetheart.

$4.50 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

HarmonyHarmony 543Age: 3 years

Special needs: blind (due to congenital eye anomalies) and has congenital anomalies syndrome mainly affecting the facial area, agenesis of the corpus callosum, colpocephaly and delayed motor development.

Listed May 11, 2015

She rejoices when interacting with adults; produces syllables by imitation and uses a couple of words; plays with toys for a long time; laughs when jested; differentiates between the tones of voice; feels comfortable in both children’s and adults’ company. calli

Harmony rejoices when interacting with adults; produces syllables by imitation and also uses a couple of words; plays with toys for a long time; laughs when jested; smiles when caressed; differentiates between different tones of voice; feels comfortable both in children’s and adults’ company.

Harmony is fed with a spoon by an adult. She drinks from a cup with an adult’s help. She needs constant supervision and assistance due to her blindness. If the child is raised in a stimulating family environment, this would give her the opportunity to develop further her potential for psychological and physical development.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

MaceyMacey2Age: 3
Diagnosis: congenital cardiac malformation; pulmonary hypertention

Macey is developing well. She can walk while holding someone’s hand or holding on to a support. She repeats words, assists with dressing/undressing, and is in the process of being toilet trained. She responds to her name, follows simple directions, plays appropriately with toys, and demonstrates age appropriate pretend play skills (takes a plate and spoon and pretends to eat, holds a phone to ear and says hello).

Videos from April 2016 show her walking while holding one hand of a caregiver, appropriately playing with toys, saying a few basic words, saying animal sounds, looking at a book, and interacting with the adults in the room.

Photos and videos from April 2016 are available through the agency.

Anna Oct-2015
Anna was born in April 2013 and has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy and developmental delays.

 

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

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Keeva-Adoptable-4yo-LD 2-001Girl, born August 2011
PRC
post-op clubbed feet, brain malformation, developmental delays

Keeva is 4 years old. She has post-op clubbed feet but have other mobility issues. She has had an MRI that shows she have a brain malformation and some developmental delay. She lives with a foster family that have nurtures and encourages her. Keeva likes playing with puzzles, toy blocks and playing outdoors. Keeva has a good appetite and isn’t choosy when it comes to food. Her foster family describes her as quiet, gentle and happy.

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

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AnnaGirl, just turned 4 years

born from a pathological pregnancy with bleeding throughout the pregnancy; 3rd-degree prematurity; infantile cerebral palsy – quadripyramidal form; external hydrocephalus; brain cyst; calcifications in both thalamuses; epilepsy; 1st-degree hypotrophy; cow’s milk protein allergy; gastroesophageal reflux disease; significantly delayed physical and psychomotor development. The child is on constant therapy with Convulex. Jan.2015 – negative test results for milk protein allergy.

Anna turns from back to belly and vice versa in her crib. She cannot yet take a sitting position independently. She is fed with dietetic foods. An individual rehabilitation plan has been prepared for the child.

She looks at toys that have been placed close to her and she reaches out to grab them. She listens intently to the melodies that musical toys produce. She hasn’t manifested any signs of aggressiveness, depression or anxiety. Anna hasn’t yet formed any language skills but she smiles when jested by an adult or even in response to an adult showing up.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

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Mavis 1Girl, born March 2012
PRC
Epilepsy; Developmental Delays

Marvelous Mavis is a lovable 3 year old girl who will steal your heart! She is quick to smile and loves being picked up and held for comfort. Shortly after entering into the orphanage Mavis was diagnosed with epilepsy which is now managed by medication and careful attention to her diet. Mavis’ skills are steadily improving and with the support of her foster family she can now sit, and stand with assistance. When playing on her own, Mavis sits quietly; seemingly enjoying her surroundings! Mavis’ foster family “hopes she will soon find a family who will love her so she can enjoy the love of her forever parents and have a happy childhood”.

$0.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Jonie (2) Jonie (1)Girl, born November 2011
PRC
Post-op cleft lip and palate; unsteady gait

3 year old Jonie is diagnosed with post-op cleft lip and palate and an unsteady gait (she was not quite walking at the time her file was prepared). Jonie loves to be held and would talk non-stop whenever someone held her. In fact, if she wasn’t the first one held, she would cry loudly in her crib. Smart girl knew how to get someone’s attention! When learning how to stand, she would laugh happily. Her favorite thing to do is to play outside. Jonie loved watching the children swing and her eyes were full of curiosity. When in the playroom, she always looked for her favorite toys and would sometimes get upset when she didn’t get her favorite toy. A hug from the aunties cheered her up! In March 2013, she had her cleft lip and palate surgery. It took her a little time to warm back up once she came back from surgery, but it wasn’t long and she was walking around and talking a lot again. Jonie loves going on the swing- the higher she goes, the happier she will be, often not wanting to stop. Jonie is an active, clever, lively, and lovely child in need of a forever family!

$18.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Girl, born 2013
PRC
Anal atresia, congenital heart defect

Jackie will be turning two years old shortly. She was abandoned at a hospital when she was one day old. She was born with a hand deformity, anal atresia and a heart defect. Jackie received surgery for her anal atresia, but she doesn’t have bladder or bowel control yet and wears diapers. Jackie had surgery to correct her ventricular septal defect when she was one year old and has reportedly fully recovered, takes no heart medication and has no restrictions on her activities. Jackie also has deformities on her left hand. She is an active little girl who can crawl and say a few words. Her mental development is delayed in comparison to her peers. Jackie has a ready smile, likes to play with her toys and loves hugs. Could she be your daughter?

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

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Fernuodated filepicture2Fernupdated file pictureGirl, born Aug 2010
Cerebral palsy
PRC

She can laugh aloud. She waves her head when happy. She grasps little toys with left hand and put them into her mouth to bite them. She can sit alone for a short time. She looks around when someone speaks to her.

Fern has a good physical state, has balanced nutrition, has a routine life every day, good living habits but is choosy about food.

From an adoptive parent who saw her in April 2014:
Let me start by saying my heart broke for this little one. She is unable to sit up or feed herself. She cannot walk. She was brought to me in the crib. She smiled when I spoke to her and she grabbed my hand when I placed mine in hers. She laughed when we tickled her and she seemed to enjoy my attention. The nannies say she can smile and laugh when tickled. She can chew and swallow food. She has a familiar caretaker and smiles when she is with her. She is described as a very content child. She is easy going.

Note: Fern’s updated file pictures do show her sitting up, although she may be supported by leaning on the wall in one picture. She desperately needs a family who can get her out of the crib and into therapy so she can be all that she can be!

$103.95 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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Dyna (2)

Dyna (1)Dyna is a 2.5 yr old girl with microcephaly.

She is delayed in all areas and dependent on her caregivers to meet all of her needs. She has a range of emotions, and does not like to be held for long periods of time. She reacts to sound and follows objects with her eyes. She is small for her age (31″ and 14.5 lbs).

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

cecileGirl, born 2011

Spastic Tetraparesis; Right kidney hydronephrosis

Aww sweetie! where is her mama and papa?!

 

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

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Nicole (14) , Nicoletta(9), Nicolina(5) and Nicholas (7)Nicole (14) , Nicoletta (9), Nicolina (5) and Nicholas (7)

Listed: October 13, 2015

A close-knit sibling group of four kids is waiting for their forever family! Born to parents who are both mute and deaf, all four kids have moderate to severe hearing loss and resulting delays in speech and development. Unfortunately, they only received medical evaluation and hearing aids last year.

These children need someone to teach them sign language, to help them catch up their peers, and to seek more treatment and therapies to mitigate their hearing loss. No lessons in love are needed – the kids already know what it means to be a family and are very attached to each other – they just need to find a family to share their affection with!

*** I am eligible for a $10,000 Older Child Grant! For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***

AddisynGirl, born March 2011
PRC
motor delays

Addisyn is an adorable little girl who came into care when she was 2 years old, and was found to be thin, with little strength in her hands and feet. With the care of her nannies, she gained some weight, and soon was in good health. They noticed she was able to stand and walk a bit with assistance, but not on her own. A CT of her brain showed no abnormalities. As of her report (in October 2013), she was still walking only with assistance. They assumed at that time that her intelligence was not equal to her peers. In an update from 2/2015 Addisyn is not talking and still unable to walk unassisted. They estimate her physical and cognitive development at about the level of a 15 month old child. Addie is a sweet and loving little girl, who always wants to join in with the other kids in play. The agency has several photos and video of this precious girl. She needs a family to help her reach her full potential.

$18.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

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rhettGirl, born 2013 & Boy, born 2011

Scarlet:  Epilepsy

She is severely handicapped

 

Rhett is healthy

These siblings must be adopted together!

 

$90.00 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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Maisy (2)Girl, born April 2013
PRC
paralysis of lower limbs and abnormal development of sacral vertebrae

 

Meet adorable 1.5 year old Maisy! The agency’s guide has met Maisy and said that her legs have no feeling. She is a very sweet girl and is well bonded with her foster parents. She smiles a lot! Maisy can recognize people well and will not let strangers hold her. She likes watching TV, especially cartoons. She could crawl with the support of her arms. Maisy is a peaceful, quiet and cute girl. Her spine lacks some bones. She will eventually need to be in wheelchair, but other than that, the rest of her development is normal. Maisy is still young so it is hard to tell if she will be incontinent.

From her file: She is lovely, introverted, and afraid of strangers. She is quiet and occasionally obstinate. She can wave her hands if happy and she likes music. She can sit, crawl and turn over. She can grasp toys with her hands and can make sound of “yiyi, yaya.” She smiles when she sees her foster mom and cries when she sees strangers. She does not want to be cuddled by strangers and tracks her foster mom all the time with her eyes. If she sees her foster mom taking her bag to go out to buy vegetables, she will want to go with her. She is serious and smiles at you if teased occasionally. She likes when her foster mom takes her outdoors to play. She is curious with everything outside and will come to the foster mom if she sees strangers. She can dance with her hands and feet when she is excited.

$27.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Graceann (2)

graceann-2015-2Girl, born December 2010
PRC
Post-op cerebral palsy

 

Graceann is a precious little girl who is 4 years old. She was found abandoned when she was 2 years old, and was diagnosed with spastic CP. She has had surgery and is receiving therapy to help her walk. Graceann’s file refers to her medical issue as “poor brain development”, which is a poor description of CP. Since her surgery, and through her therapy, she has improved her gross motor skills, and her speech, quite well. Graceann loves her nannies, and is very happy when they play with her. She is described as a smart girl who is confident, happy, and loves to laugh. She can speak (and be understood), although she is not as noisy as some of the other kids! Graceann is a sweet, and loving girl who wants a family of her own.

$99.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

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.

$4.50 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

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Girl, born 2013
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Shaken baby syndrome resulting in hearing/vision loss, cognitive/developmental delays

Farrah is a sweet almost 3 year old girl that agency representatives met in September. She had a calm demeanor and her caregivers stated that she enjoys playing with the other children. She likes playing with toys that light up or make sounds. Farrah is a foodie – she loves very flavorful foods! If she really likes something she will want to keep eating and eating!

She has an amazing connection to one of her caregivers – as soon as the caregiver walked into the room we saw her face just light up! She instantly became more active and smiley. Her caregiver explained that they have been working hard with her to learn new motor skills and that she also attends physical therapy weekly. They have seen her make great strides in her therapies.

Farrah wears hearing aids in both ears and it is also reported that she may have some vision issues. Farrah also has developmental delays and, as mentioned above, is receiving therapies.

$121.50 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

claireGirl, born 2010
Other reduction deformities of brain, Moderate mental delays, Valgus deformity, Hypermetropia, Convergent concomitant strabismus, Umbilical hernia with obstruction, without gangrene

From the orphanage: The girl needs a family asap. She is a kind child surviving with no parents. She requires much individual care because her educational ability is very low. In her orphanage she does not follow instructions; her vocabulary is very poor; she is severe speech delayed. She does not like to play with other children in her orphanage, she is on her own. She wants more attention than her caregivers are able to provide her with.

$45.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Gwen 10-29-15 (5) resizedGirl, born 2013
PRC
Congenital heart defect

Gwen is a two year old cutie! She was abandoned when she was only one month old and was diagnosed with Tetralogy of Fallot, a common heart defect that comprises 4 separate abnormalities. Gwen had surgery at one month old that successfully repaired 3 of the 4 defects. According to a US cardiologist who reviewed her file, Gwen may need a balloon procedure or even open heart surgery to address the remaining defect (a narrowed artery) at some point in the future, although the orphanage believes her cardiac issues are resolved.

Gwen also has inverted eyelashes (epiblepharon) which is not uncommon in children of Asian descent. This means she has an extra horizontal fold of skin near her eyelid which causes the lashes to be directed towards her eye and can cause irritation of the cornea. Some children grow out of this condition while others may need minor surgery to rotate the eyelashes outward.

Gwen is now able to eat, walk and run independently. Her intellectual development is comparable to her peers. She’s a little shy and doesn’t say much in front of strangers. Gwen is described as a helper who loves being cuddled by caretakers. Could this sweet girl be your daughter?

$20.70 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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Cyndi for RRGirl, born August 2011
PRC
Brain dysplasia, congenital hemangioma, delayed growth and development

Sweet Cyndi doesn’t let her diagnosis keep her down. She likes getting cuddles from her caregivers and is a very happy little girl. Cyndi’s caregivers say that she is a cutie that likes to babble a lot. Her current agency is trying to get an update since her file is a bit outdated. Are you the lucky family that will get to see this smiling little face every morning?

$0.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Elena updateElena Girl, born August 2010

Elena has been diagnosed with specific mixed developmental disorder, FAS, language and speech developmental disorder, functional heart murmur, hypermetropic astigmatism, and sub-atrophia of the visual nerve. Her cleft palate was repaired.

Elena is very smart and collects all the information about what is going on around her. She knows all the details about every child. She is speaking a lot, asking questions, and can explain situations. She follows directions and redirection and knows the routine. She eats by herself and does need any help, drinks from a cup, asks when she needs to go and use the bathroom and dresses herself without help. Speaks in 2-3 words sentences, her speech becomes more clear as the speech therapist is working with her. She recognizes objects in pictures, knows colors but does not yet count. She likes educational activities very much. She is friendly with children and plays with them well. She is always seeking attention from adults and likes to come up and to complain about things just to get personal contact. She gets upset when she does not get attention when she needs it and scratches herself when this happens.

$500.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

girlsillouettenophotoGirl, 4 y.o., born 2010
Vision impairment

Claudia lives with a foster family. She has mixed health and developmental problems. Her right eye is missing, and instead she has implant prosthesis. Left eye vision is weaker and she wears glasses.

She doesn’t need a diaper during the day. She walks alone, without support. She can ride a bike. She can hold a spoon or fork but still needs some help with her food. She doesn’t have a good appetite. She is a happy child who smiles frequently. She expresses her happiness and joy with words and actions (hugs).  Claudia’s speech is delayed, her sentences are short, simple and sometimes unclear.

Claudia shows obvious interest for people in her environment. She is bonded to foster parents but she also puts trust in people she is not familiar with. When she upset, she is “unplugging” from contact and avoiding communication.  She is not attending kindergarten yet. She is not allergic on any kind of food or medicine.

The country will send a photo to a family, after they submit a letter of interest.

$9.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Hayley (2)

Hayley (1)Girl, born April 2011
PRC
Cerebral palsy

Hayley is 4 years old, and absolutely adorable! Her motor skills have been a bit delayed, but she is catching up to her peers. There is a possibility of mild CP. She is active, engaging, and loves her nanny. Hayley is sweet, funny, huggable, and always wants to play! Her file is a bit slim, so we hope to learn more about this little girl in an update. We do know she is a charmer, and very ready for a loving family of her own!

$4.50 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

Bella (2)

Bella (1)Girl, born Feb 2012
PRC
Delays

Bella is a beautiful little one who is 3 years old! She has delays, and a CT scan that showed mild dysplasia of the bilateral frontal lobes. Bella lives in a foster home at the orphanage, and has greatly improved since her arrival at the home. Bella is able to follow some simple instructions, and is babbling, but is not yet using words. She can stand up from a seated position on the ground, and is able to stand unassisted. Bella can walk, but is a bit wobbly sometimes. She can feed herself finger foods, and has a healthy appetite. Bella has been healthy during her time at the orphanage and foster home. Her foster mom is very protective of her, which can have a down side. Bella needs physical therapy, speech therapy, and a loving family to help her reach her full potential. She has progressed so much in a short time! Video is available from the agency!

$319.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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LeighaGirl, born January 2014
CO-A
Shaken Baby Syndrome

 

Listed: Dec 23, 2015

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

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leenaGirl, born 2011

Phenylketonuria, also known as PKU

Leena will be available early 2016!

 

From a missionary who met her in 2015: “Leena is a strong-willed young girl.  She is stubborn and funny. She loves to explore the world (within the concrete walls she lives between). She has been transferred to this facility in May and she is obviously still getting used to the circumstances of living. She had a lot more freedom in the baby orphanage she came from. Leena can walk (so don’t be fooled by the picture), she can run, she is very energetic. She can drink from a cup. This summer (2015) she was being potty trained. She doesn’t talk. She squeals when she is very excited. She is probably the size of a 3 year old at the moment (summer 2015). She probably understands what is being said to her, but she has a hard time following orders. Due to her PKU she needs a special diet and medicine. The baby orphanage she grew up in, didn’t provide the proper care. So (part of) het mental delays may be caused because of that. The facility she lived in right now, tries to provide the proper care. They do not receive funds for it, so they raise it themselves with a charity fund. They really try to take good care of her. Some nurses really like her. Other nurses have a hard time dealing with her, because of her energetic ways. She likes to move and run around all the time. As soon as you let go of her hand or take her out of her wheelchair, you have to chase her. As soon as you give her an opportunity she’ll take it. Some days she was tied up in a wheelchair and we thought she might have been drugged. She didn’t react, she didn’t smile, she didn’t interact. Until the moment my fiancé pulled her from the wheelchair and it was as if she came alive again. I have not seen any selfharming behaviours and I haven’t seen her hurt other children. I have also not seen her interact with other children at all. The nurses don’t like it when she gets all excited, but for me it was a sign that she was not so institutionalized yet. There was so much fight in her. I hope she finds a family before she loses the strength to fight and before her delays will get worse, due to a lack of a proper diet and medical care.”

 

$1,014.45 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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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.

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

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Lucetta (2)

Lucetta (1)Girl, born May 2012
PRC
Estropia, possible CP

Lucetta is an adorable little girl who is 3 years old! She came into care as a newborn, and lives in the orphanage. Lucetta has esotropia which is the “turning in” of her eyes. It can be corrected with glasses, temporary patching, or outpatient surgery. Lucetta’s gross motor skills were delayed as of her report (done when she was about 16 months old). She was not crawling or pulling to stand at that time, and an exam suggested she may have CP. Lucetta is a lovable little one, and enjoys playing with toys. Lucetta is ready for her Mommy and Daddy to come and get her!

$450.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Hasini (2)Hasini (3)Girl, born July 2012
PRC
malnutrition, developmental delay, oral deformity. ametropia and double strephenopodia

Hasini was wearing orthopedic shoes for rehabilitation as of the time her file was prepared. Hasini had a CT scan come back normal. There is a very good possibility that she has what is called Moebius Syndrome, which affects the muscles that control facial expressions and eye movements.
Hasini is described as gentle and quiet. From her outdated file: Hasini can sit stably for a long time now. She can use her left hand to go from lying down to sitting and can flexibly turn over. She likes to crawl backwards. When she is happy, she would grab the bed handrail to rock her body. She can clap and can grasp the toys attached to her bed. She can understand simple instructions. For example, if the caretaker asks her to put her hands down, she will do it. If tell her “we need to stand up,” she will give her hand to the adults because we have to help her up. She can make the “a” “e” “na” sounds. She falls asleep quickly. Hasini is afraid of strangers, but after some time, she gradually accepts the strangers. She likes playing with other kids.

A recent update states that she moved from foster care back to the orphanage recently. The update was not very positive, but Hasini has only been with them for a few months. The inability to make facial expressions may cause confusion for those who try to care and interact with her. Hasini needs a family who can see the beautiful little girl she is. Those with Moebius Syndrome do not smile with their mouths, but with their hearts. Will you be the lucky family who gets to see Hasini’s heart smile?

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

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Maggie (2)

Maggie (1)Girl, born September 2013
PRC
Cleft palate, repaired cleft lip, CHD (PDA), delays

 

Maggie is a precious little one who has just turned 2. She arrived at the orphanage when she was about 6 months old; a frail and quiet baby girl. She was found to have a cleft lip and palate, CHD (PDA), and the ring finger and middle finger of her left hand fused. She had the lip surgery in 2014, but no palate surgery yet, to our knowledge. Her heart defect, Patent Ductus Arteriosus, is not at all uncommon. An x-ray of her hand showed mostly adhesion of the adjacent skin of the two fingers. Maggie has delays of both motor skills and speech. It is difficult to say if the delays are due to her known medical issues (plus unknown care for her first 6 months), or if there may be another cause. We do know Maggie needs help. She needs a family to love her unconditionally, and medical care plus therapies to help her reach her full potential. Maggie needs a family.

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

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Polly-(2)Girl, 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!

 

Marielli2

MarielliMarielli-2Girl, born 2011
PRC
Post-operative cleft palate
Beautiful Marielli has a contagious giggle. She loves to play with her foster mommy and giggles every time a toy block falls from her head. Like most toddlers, she wants to play the game on repeat. She shows how she wants to play again by grabbing her foster momma’s hand and motions to do it again. One of her favorite times of day is bath time! The sweet girl loves to splash and splash.

She is social, active and definitely not shy. She is often comforted by being held and snuggled when she is upset. Marielli was fortunate to be a part of Love Without Boundaries cleft exchange in 2012 and has had her cleft palate repaired already. Her file states that she congenital cleft palate (now repaired) and poor brain development. She is sure to be an absolute joy to a family. Who is ready to giggle and splash with Marielli?

An update received in the fall of 2015 states that Marielli is now living with a foster family. She is reported to be a healthy little girl who rarely gets sick. Compared to children of the same age, Marieli is still very delayed. She does crawl, stand, and walk with assistance. Marielli is cooperative with her caregivers, but rarely talks and says few well-pronounced words. She is happiest when her caregivers play with her, offer her toys, or hug her. Marielli has quite an appetite and eats a wide range of foods. There is a small hole in her palate, so some foods are difficult for her to eat. It is said that she is receiving rehabilitation training, but no details were given. Marielli has a fear of meeting strangers and her caregivers say she has an introverted personality.

Marielli’s current agency also has a $3000 grant available for qualified families.

$94.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Eve

Eve Oct-2015Eve was born in March 2014 and has been diagnosed with microcephaly and organic disease of the central nervous system. She does not yet walk or speak, but responds to interactions with smiles.

 

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

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Diane RKGirl, born 2012
PRC
Spina bifida

Diane was found abandoned at the gate of the orphanage when she was only 3 days old. She was born with a meningomyelocele which was surgically corrected when she was about 1 month old. She does not yet have bowel or bladder control but hopefully will one day.

Diane can walk, run and jump on her own, knows a few words, and can scribble on her own. She likes to play outside and also loves being cuddled. Diane has a great, big smile and is described as an active and happy little girl with age-appropriate intellectual development. Could Diane be the daughter you’ve been searching for?

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

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Linda
Girl, born 2010

Spina bifida; hydrocephalus

Can’t wait to see her with bows in her hair!

Smart girl, she can talk, very affectionate

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

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kenzie-2016Girl, born 2015Samantha-001

Thoracic spina bifida with hydrocephalus; Lumbar spina bifida with hydrocephalus; Sacral spina bifida with hydrocephalus
Congenital heart defect: atrial septal defect; other malformation of the tricuspid valve; heart failure

Look at that hair!  Adorable!

Precious baby girl!  What a gift to have her listed so young.

At the age of two days old, she was operated. Now the hole in her spinal column is closed, but she needs the second step, next surgery. Mentally she is developing normal, she can grab things, she does the baby talk, she makes eye contact, she cries very seldom.

She can not sit, she always lays in her crib. She is a good eater, she has some baby fat. Her caregivers say she is not a cry baby, and seems to be happy.  She was also previously listed as “Samantha.”

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Emily 2_July 2015OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAge: 5
Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy -spastic diplegia; hearing impaired-wears hearing aides

Emily is very alert and seeks out the attention of her caregivers. She is bonded to the staff members that care for her regularly. She watches the activities of the other children with interest. When placed on the floor, she can scoot around on her back. She enjoys looking at her reflection in a small mirror. She likes to hold objects in her hands. She will play games with other people by rolling a ball or throwing an object given to her and reaching for it to be handed back to her.

Photos and videos from July 2015 are available for interested families.

Because we only have this child’s file for a short time, she will not be able to receive donations until a family is found for her.

Hollie (2)

Girl, born 2011
PRC
meningocele
Hollie was 4 years old in August. She was abandoned at the gate of a coalmine on the day of her birth. She was born with a meningocele which required surgery. Unfortunately, she is not able to stand or walk and does not have bowel or bladder control. Hollie is reported to have normal intelligence, speaks well, and couldn’t be any cuter. She gets along well with other children and is adored by the orphanage staff.

Is your family able to help Hollie reach her full potential?

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isabel1Girl, born 2011

beautiful girl will flourish with love!

Cerebral palsy
Localization-related (focal)(partial) symptomatic epilepsy and epileptic syndromes with complex partial seizures
Contracture of joint
Optic atrophy

$351.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, 5 years old

Early antenatal central nervous system defect, microcephaly, cerebral palsy with a spastic feet paraparesis. Speech development delay. Lack of protein energy. Received primary latent hypothyreosis.

UPDATED 2016: Noelia has blue eyes and light brown hair. She is friendly, helpful, likes joking and laughing, strong will, adequate emotions and overall positive mood. She likes games with singing, she remembers and repeats movements. She has great interest in what is happening around her. She really likes individual consultations with specialists, enjoys walks – she walks with the help of walking frames. She has a good appetite and tries to talk, expresses interest in board games, but her focus is not firm, she has difficulty concentrating; speech delay, self-service skills like eating are well developed, but dressing up and going to the bathroom is problematic, probably due to the overbearing care of adults. Social worker says that she is doing much better than her diagnosis sounds.

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girlsillouettenophotoboysillouettenophotoGirl, born October 2010

Olive:
This 4 y.o. girl resides in a foster family with her younger brother since February 2013.  hair. She is happy and sparkling. Partially acquires taught material according to her age. She quickly enters in communication with other people. She has begun to speak, talks actively and a lot, but mostly intelligibly. She is already asking to go to potty but some nights still needs a diaper. Overall, the girl is hyperactive and chaotic. She attends specialized boarding elementary preschool institution.

Her medical diagnosis – mixed specific developmental disorders. Expressive language development disorders. Receptive language development disorders. Physical development delay. Short stature. Disorders of autism specter.

Otto:
Olive’s younger brother is in process of adoption.

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

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photogirlGirl, born August 2011
P-OD
FAS (Fetal alcohol syndrome)

 

Lucinda has age-appropriate social development. It is easy for to express what she likes or dislikes. She is sociable and she likes to be part of group activities and on occasions she enjoys playing alone. She offers an apology if she makes a mistake and establishes and maintains good relationships with her peers.

She is fluent, expressive, establishes good communication and has good diction. She is a sociable with people she meets, interacting with her peers and adults that offer her attention and affection. She is a generally healthy child, with normal gross and fine psychomotor development.

$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born 2014

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

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

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ginetteGirl, born 2012

Connective tissue hip dysplasia,
other congenital deformity of hip

$5.40 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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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.

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

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HopeGirl, born August 2011
PRC
Cerebral palsy

Hope is a precious little girl who is 3 years old. She has been waiting, and hoping, for the right family. Hope has CP, which affects her left hand, and lower legs, according to her medical report (March 2014) . She is a very happy little girl, who enjoys listening to music, and being around her friends. The agency received updated video done after ger medical report and it appears her overall condition has worsened. We do not know the reason for this, but we know for certain she needs the love and support of a family to help her reach her full potential. Hope needs you…please consider this sweet little girl.

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

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nadine-001Girl, born 2010

Moderate mental delay, congenital brain malformation, ventriculomegalia, crossed eyes

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

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Nicole
Girl, born 2010
Microcephaly, abnormal development of the left upper limb, moderate mental delay

$4.60 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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rhonda1-001Girl, born 2011

Kidneys dysplasia, chronic pyelonephritis, partial atrophy of optic nerves, secondary cardiomyopathy, crossed eyes, after-effects of brain injury.

She is bedridden.

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

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Zoey (2)Girl, born May 2013Zoey (1)
PRC
possible corneal leukoma, some delays in development

Zoey is a beautiful little one
who will turn 2 years old in May! She is a very quiet and peaceful little girl, who enjoys listening to stories. When she first arrived at the orphanage, her general health was poor. Now, the nannies have both plumped her up, and with therapy, have increased her muscle tone and balance. Zoey has been diagnosed with a possible corneal leukoma which affects the her vision. It appears she may also have strabismus in one or both eyes. Zoey is a very sweet and precious little girl who needs a family.

$553.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Hallie AnneGirl, born March 2011
PRC
club feet, dislocated hip, some delays

Hallie Anne is a precious little girl who recently turned 4 years old. She has club feet, which are being treated with corrective shoes. Hallie Anne also had a diagnosis of dislocated hip, and a heart murmur was detected with no intervention mentioned in her report. There is the often-used diagnosis of “brain paralysis” in her file. Hallie Anne lives with a foster family, and, considering her hip and feet issues, was developing well as of the file date (late 2013) She was walking with one hand held, loved to play hide and seek, and if she was thirsty, would locate her water bottle. Hallie Anne loves to play with other children, and warms up to strangers after a short while. Hallie Anne will certainly benefit from some physical therapy, and the love of her own family!

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

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milaGirl, born 2014
Arthrogryposis

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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kysonKarlSuzanneBoy, born 2011
Specific disorders of mental development, possible Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Boy, born 2013 (wearing blue socks-pink shorts)
No special needs

Girl, born 2010 (wearing dress)
Microcephaly, low paraparesis

$46.80 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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30119084859July 2011
hydrocephalus (internal hydrocephalus as a result of suffered meningitis); spastic tetraparesis; prematurity; retinopathy of prematurity; collapse of lungs; prenatal infection;

heart disease:  open arterial duct (condition after surgery on August 10, 2011), open oval window, anomalous chord of the left heart ventricle

 

Look at that white-blond hair!  So pretty!  Donna desperately needs a mama.

 

$40.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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amelia1Girl, born 2012
Microcephaly, callosum apoplasia, partial atrophy of optic nerves, nanism, minor cardiac abnormalities

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

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40819143326 NoraGirl, born 2013
Congenital malformation of the central nervous system, symptomatic epilepsy, atactic syndrome, tetraparesis, porencephalia

 

 

$111.25 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born 2010

Everleigh is paraplegic due to Myelomeningocele.

Everleigh is a communicative child who knows what she likes and dislikes.  She responds to gestures of affection.

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

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Tesia updated picture 2 Tesia updated photoTesaiupdate2 Girl, born Feb 2011
PRC
Down syndrome, Cleft Palate, bilateral ear deformity, growth delays, developmental delay

Tesia has a diagnosis of Down Syndrome, but a prospective family needs to be open to the possibility of a different medical diagnosis as Tesia exhibits many characteristics of children who have been diagnosed with Treacher Collins, although TC is not mentioned specifically in her record. Tesia was found abandoned at around 10 days old. She is a timid, shy and quiet little girl who likes to play with toys especially balls, sand and slides. Tesia is able to walk and is reported to be toilet trained. She can search for the source of a sound and can make sounds on her own, but did not use words as of the report date. Tesia likes to be cuddled and spoken to. She is waiting for a family of her own who can snuggle with her as they tell her “I love you!”

From an April 2015 UPDATE: Tesia can walk, run and go up and down the stairs. She can dress herself and goes to the bathroom on her own. She goes to the special education class in the SWI. She likes to go to school and gets along well with other classmates. As of today, Tesia is very active with quick responses and more speech. However, she speaks in a low voice. She has a strong ability to imitate and follows the teachers to do exercises. After class, she will play on the swings with her favorite friend. She will cry when she is blamed for wrong doings. When she sees the other kids cry, she will comfort them by patting them on the back. Tesia loves to play in the ball pits and on the trampoline. She likes someone to play with her and talk to her.

$1,872.56 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!

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

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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.

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

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41217084557_ 4 41217084557_ 2Girl, born 2010

Blind

$773.10 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.

$1,025.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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RonaSGirl, born July 2010
PRC
Cerebral palsy (low muscle tension)

Rona is a ray of sunshine! She is a little shy and timid, but is very friendly to those she is familiar with. She likes to play with toys, especially rag dolls. Rona underwent rehabilitation for her cerebral palsy and she can now walk on her own! She is steadily growing to taking care of herself and the nannies are proud of her progress. We hope Rona finds her home soon!

$45.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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AnahGirl, born July 2010
PRC
Impaired intelligence, motor and speech

Anah is a little love bug! She loves being held when she is sad and is easily comforted. Anah loves to eat! She is not picky and will eat any and all foods. She likes to watch TV and listen to music. Anah’s motor development is lacking. She is only able to sit on her bed and she cannot stand. Her language abilities are also rather lacking and she is unable to talk. We hope a family will open their hearts to little Anah!

$18.00 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Rachel_RKwebreadyGirl, born October 2012
PRC
Apert Syndrome

Meet Rachel! She has been diagnosed with Apert Syndrome and hand and foot deformities. Because of her special needs, Rachel’s development is behind other children, but she has an active personality just waiting to blossom! Rachel loves taking showers and playing in the water. She can’t hold toys well but she likes to bat at them with her hands, and she loves any toy that makes noise. Rachel especially loves to be held. In fact, her caregivers tell us that is her favorite thing to do! Rachel loves nothing more than to sit on someone’s lap and be loved. Rachel needs a family to snuggle with her and help her become all she is meant to be. Could your family welcome this sweet little girl into your life?

$22.50 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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40929144350 JoannaGirl, born 2012
Hydrocephalus
Will be available December 2014 / January 2015

 

$27.00 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.

SusieSusieGuardian AngelSusie was born prematurely at 27 weeks gestation in June 2011. She has been diagnosed with multiple malformations of the brain, including agenesis of the corpus callosum, porencephaly, hydrocephaly, and hematomas. A catheter and shunt have been placed to allow fluids to drain from Susie’s brain. Susie has epilepsy, is blind, has no head control, and has significant developmental delays, but she reacts when someone speaks to her and loves music.

Additional photos and reports are available upon request from the agency. Please note: Married couples are given preference due to child’s court appointed guardian in this case.

$22.50 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!

For more information on how to adopt this child, please visit our Contact Page.


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BriannaAge: 2
Diagnosis: dwarfism

Brianna can walk when held by the hands. She can crawl, sits down on her own, can pick up a toy and can pull up to a standing position by holding on to something stable. She can push, pull, and drag objects tied with a thread; she can place blocks one on top of the other and then knock them down. She actively manipulates with objects. She memorizes and repeats some specific actions with objects. She knows the logic sequence of actions – feed the doll and tuck her in bed. She is happy when she sees a familiar person and gets upset when that person is not present. She likes body contact and reaches out with her arms to be picked up.She uses two word phrases. She imitates clapping with hands, giving a kiss, waving goodbye, placing a doll for a nap. She carries out orders – “give me” and “bring me”. She can identify parts of her body and point them. She plays with the other children and can share their space.

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