FrankieBoy, born 2010
PRC
Congenital heart defect

Frankie Lee, a sweet little boy, is five years old. He was abandoned at eight months. Frankie Lee was born with a congenital heart disease (complex single atrium, single ventricle) and will need surgery soon. When we visited with him in late June, his lips and fingernails were a bit blue, so we know his cardiac needs are pressing.

Frankie Lee lives with a foster family who keep his activities somewhat restricted due to his heart condition. He is reported to have normal intelligence but doesn’t attend school yet.

Frankie Lee is a bit shy and very attached to his foster mom. He loves listening to music and dancing along to the rhythm. Could Frankie Lee be your son? Can you provide the care he needs?

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Rick photoBoy, born 2011
PRC
cleft lip (repaired); cleft palate, ptosis

Rick is a 4 year old boy who loves learning. He is well-liked by his foster family and his teachers. He loves playing games with teachers and students, but as an introvert, he sometimes like playing alone. He had successful surgery to correct his cleft lip but will still need surgery to close his palate. Rick is also diagnosed with ptosis (droopy eyelids), but it doesn’t affect his vision. Rick has good bladder control during the day, but still uses diapers at night.

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Ryan RKBoy, born 2010
PRC
meningocele (post-op), hydrocephalus (shunt placed)
Ryan, age 4.5, is an adorable little boy with a bright smile. He was abandoned outside a hospital when he was about 12 months old. Shortly after coming into orphanage care, he had surgery on his back for a meningocele and also had a shunt placed to decrease the pressure in his head caused by hydrocephalus. The procedures were successful and he has recovered well. Now Ryan has good bowel and bladder control.

We visited Ryan in his orphanage in late June and were taken in by his shy smile. He enjoyed playing with our iPad. Ryan demonstrated his excellent walking and running, and sang us a song. The video will melt your heart. Could Ryan be the son you’ve been searching for?

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Yanni RKBoy, born 2010
PRC
meningocele and tethered spinal cord (post-surgery), Achilles tendon surgery corrected

Yanni is 5 years old. He was born with a meningocele and tethered spinal cord and was abandoned when he was just two days old. Two weeks later, he had surgery to correct his meningocele and spinal cord and is doing well. Yanni also had surgery on his Achilles tendon. He now walks and runs, and even marched like a soldier when we visited his orphanage in late June. Yanni is potty trained but sometimes needs reminders when he’s tired. He counts to ten, knows his colors, and plays well with his foster mom’s grandson. Can he be your son?

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ErnstBoy, 2 years old

low birth weight, congenital hydrocephaly, condition after surgery correction – ventriculoperitoneal shunt, visual impairment – ROV V degree and delay in neuro-psychic development and physical skills.

He catches toys only in touch with right hands, he still does not open his left hand and through tactile stimulus. Missing catching reflex.

Laughing with voice when teased. Often observation of oral stimulation through sucking his hands. He does not imitate sound production but shows emotional respond in caressing speech and touch. During the time when he is not sleeping he is calm.

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

DionteBoy, born 10/2012
PRC
Hemophelia

Two year old Dionte is a doll! Dionte is an active and positive little guy. He can walk independently and he can go up stairs with the support of the wall. He is able to hold and use a pencil and he can put blocks into a cup and take them out of the cup. He is able to take off his own clothes independently. Dionte understands the meaning of the word ‘no’ and will give you things when you ask for them. He can use a spoon to eat and can say ‘aunt, brother, sister’ and other simple words and sentences in a clear voice. Dionte enjoys playing with other children, playing at parks, listening to music, and playing with blocks.

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Camron1Boy, born 2012
Williams Syndrome

Little Camron has Williams Syndrome.  He loves to dance!  When the music comes on, he jumps up out of his seat to move to the music. A love of music (and sometimes an unusual skill with music, often referred to as “savant”) is common in children with this genetic condition.

All of the children he lives with in his house love him. They really cherish the time they get to spend with him.  He is starting to take his first steps, and with help from his friends, he is learning quickly.  Camron is described as an affectionate child.  He is very happy with people he knows, and he obeys directions well.

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Rhett #572This 4 y.o. boy’s special needs are: polymalformative syndrome, epilepsy, infantile cerebral palsy and microcephaly.

Rhett is fed through a nasogastric tube and is fully dependent on adults’ care. He easily transits from waking state into light stupor and deep sleep. Lately he seems to be smiling more often when an adult is present in the room, but can not react fully to social stimulation.

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

loganBoy, born 2012

Cerebral palsy

 

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girlsillouettenophotoboysillouettenophotoSiblings, born October 2010 & January 2012

 

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:
This 3 boy’s development is happening a lot faster than that of his older sister, he speaks, understands what he says, and tries to repeat words he hears. This boy attends mainstream preschool educational institution, has partially acquired taught program corresponding his age. He walks independently but his gait is quite slouchy. He can run, but only a little bit – he gets tired fast, begins to sweat and can fall down. He is quite slow, quickly gets offended. He is shy with unknown people.  he is very attached to his older sister but she treats his badly (hitting, biting)

His  medical diagnosis – psychomotor development delay. Language development delay.

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Harvey, the older brother, is 11 y.o. He is active, helpful, kindhearted, he likes participating in different events and enjoys dancing. The boy wants to be a leader among peers. His medical diagnosis – bronchial asthma (in remission).

Hudson, the younger brother, has blue eyes and light blond hair. This 4 y.o. boy plays with toys according to his age. He attends kindergarten, his speech gradually develops. His physical development is good, but he still has slight problems with apprehension, he still has mild delay in mental development. His medical diagnosis – erosive gastropathy (in remission).

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born April 2010
Motor, physical, and mental development disorder

This 5 y.o.  boy resides in a foster family since August 2013.

He has not attended kindergarten before, it is planned that soon he will start to attend specialized kindergarten. According to the decision of a pedagogically-medical commission, the boy needs to study in program for children with mixed development disorders. This boy has problems in communication with both – children and adults. He likes to succumb to other children. He has speech disorder, motor movement disorder, but whilst in the foster family, improvement can be seen.

Since he lives in the foster family, he has become brave and he wants to have undivided attention. At times he is very loud, he does everything slowly. The boy cannot be left unattended, he needs a strict discipline. His self-care does not correspond the age.

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boysillouettenophotoBoy, born 2011

His medical diagnosis – preterm birth II grade. Foot deformity. Fingers, toes congenital anomalies. Osteogenesis imperfect (type I). Bilateral hydrocele, antenatal damage to the central nervous system.

This 3 y.o. boy has a gentle care, with a passive posture on the back. Hand, foot-stretching movements. He can fix and direct eye-sight, smile. He is smart, talks about many things. In his young age he talks in short sentences. Right now he is bed-ridden and gets outside in a wheelchair and his possibility to walk independently is unsure. Currently he is using special medicine that in long-term can possibly improve the state of his bones, but as of now he gets a fracture approximately once in three months.

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Matthew #01-10 (2) Matthew #01-10 (1)Age: 5
Diagnosis-very mild CP in his legs

Matthew walks and runs, though he does have an awkward gait due to the mild CP. He throws and catches a ball. His speech is excellent. He is able to ask and answer questions, share details about his life, count to 5 and hold a conversation with people. He gets along well with other children and adults. He does not have any behavioral concerns. He has a good memory. He participates in games and other activities and follow the rules set to complete the task. He is described as “sociable and affectionate”.

Photos and videos from July 2015 are available through the agency. In the videos, Matthew walks, runs, answers questions about his life and engages in conversation with an adult on the video.

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

Bronson2 BronsonBoy, born 2014
Spina Bifida

 

 

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Rigby (3)Boy, born August 2013
PRC
Motor delays

Rigby is a precious little one who is 22 months old. He came into care when he was about 10 months old…wheezing, and in need of help. After some TLC from the nannies, there was improvement in his health and motor skills. He was still behind his peers, but had become a very engaging and social baby. At 17 months of age, Rigby could roll over, sit with some support, and play with toys. Rigby was not able to crawl or walk at that time. He loves to be around the other kids. The more action, the better! The nannies have noticed he has high muscular tension and uncoordinated movements. There was no formal diagnosis made in his file which had resulted from a thorough exam. Rigby is an active, loving, happy little guy who really needs a family and some good therapy to help him with his gross motor skills. He needs to come home.

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Hewitt (4)Hewitt (3)Boy, born September 2010
PRC
Hydrocephalus, Dandy-Walker Syndrome, post-operative meningoencephalocele, post-operative peritoneal shunt of arachnoid cysts

Handsome 4.5 year old Hewitt is a sweet little boy who needs a family willing to look past all the labels he’s been given and see him for the precious little boy he is and the wonderful son he will be. Hewitt can sort objects by color, follow directions, make great eye contact and conversation, and draw quite well. He is clearly a happy little guy with a sweet and gentle personality. Hewitt is from a very good orphanage and he is living with a foster family on the grounds of the orphanage. Hewitt loves to play and sing!

Hewitt is diagnosed as having hydrocephalus and Dandy Walker syndrome and is postoperative for a meningoencephalocele and postoperative for a peritoneal shunt due to arachnoid cysts.

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Maddox (1)Maddox (2)Boy, born Sept 2010
PRC
Deaf

Not only is Maddock super handsome, but his caretakers describe him as smart and lovely. He was abandoned at about 3 years of age and now lives in a foster family. Maddock is deaf. Although he cannot hear or speak, he can express his needs. If he wants to eat something, he will tap/pull his foster mom to get him what he’s asking for. Maddock manages all of his own self care needs and likes to keep his toys and clothing tidy. If his clothes are dirty, he will ask to change. If his socks are dirty, he will take them off and wash them himself. He can also help the younger kids put on and take off their clothes. Maddock likes playing toy blocks with the younger kids and he enjoys writing. He can use a spoon or chopsticks to eat and his favorite foods are meat and eggs. Maddock attends the school for the deaf in his city with the other deaf children from his orphanage. He can understand simple Chinese sign language. Maddock is so handsome, capable, and ready for a forever family! Could you be the lucky family to get to walk this cutie into school and see his sweet little wave every day?

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NathanBoy, age: 2
Cerebral Palsy

He reaches out, picks up and holds toys, transfers them from one hand to another and knocks two blocks one against the other. His attention is stable if he is interested in something. When someone reaches out to him, he changes his body posture in order to be picked up. He differentiates between familiar persons and strangers and when contacted reacts with a smile. He demonstrates preference to some of them. He is calm among his peers in the room and follows them with a look when they move or produce sounds. He manipulates with and explores objects independently. He likes to look at books with pictures.

Photos and videos from June 2015 are available through the agency.

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

Jebb (2)Boy, 3 years oldJebb (3)
multicystic encephalopathy, infantile cerebral palsy and delayed physical and psychomotor development

Jebb responds to familiar voices; produces guttural sounds; holds a toy that has been handed to him; smiles slightly when someone is speaking to him in a gentle voice. The child falls asleep easily and his sleep is calm. He is fed with a feeding tube. He is calm while his clothes are changed as well as during hydrotherapy procedures.Jebb (1)

He raises his head for a short period of time, while in a supine position, with his head turned to the left.

The agency also has video available.

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

Ace (2)Ace (1)Boy, born October 2011
PRC
Lower limb weakness

Three-year-old Acer is quite the cutie! Acer is diagnosed as having lower limb weakness. He came into care at the approximate age of two, so he has only been in the orphanage for a little over a year and a half. His nannies report that he has big beautiful eyes and is very handsome….that is clear from his pictures! When his file was prepared in Oct. 2014, he could stand up and walk while holding onto something or holding someone’s hand. He could also walk by pushing something like a small stool. He is cooperative and can help put on and take off his own clothes and shoes. Acer’s favorite toy is the wooden rocking horse! He can get on and off of it and likes sitting and riding on it. Acer likes to hold the milk bottles to help feed the younger children. He also likes playing outside. The slide and swings are his favorite, but he enjoys playing with balls and toy blocks too. He can build a tower with 5-6 blocks. He doesn’t want the other kids to touch his blocks or he’ll cry. Acer likes taking baths and playing in the water. He eats noodles, eggs, and bread regularly. Acer receives some physical therapy, but would benefit so much more from the love and support of his own family.

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Bairn (1) Bairn (2)Boy, born May 2010
PRC
Right hemiplegia, pigmented nevus on back of shoulder

Gorgeous 5 year old Bairn lives with a foster family that has 4 other children and he gets along with them very well. Bairn’s gross motor skills have improved- he can run and climb as well as his peers. If he is in a hurry when he runs, he sometimes falls. His fine motor skills are also improving. He mainly uses his left hand, so the foster family encourages him to use his right as a helper hand as much as possible. Occupational therapy would really be very beneficial for him. Bairn enjoys singing and dancing in his preschool class! Maybe Bairn will sing and dance his way into your heart and eventually into your home.

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Jeremy (1)Jeremy (2)Boy, born June 2011
PRC
Cleft palate, post-op cleft lip, limb differences for hands and feet

Meet Jeremy! Jeremy just celebrated his 4th birthday. He is an outgoing and energetic little boy who loves playing games. Jeremy will help his therapy teachers clean up and organize the toys in the rehabilitation room. Though he is missing fingers and toes on all four limbs, he does many things for himself, such as eating meals and putting on his shoes. His language is somewhat delayed, likely because his cleft palate has not been repaired yet. He understands simple directions and can point to his ears, nose, mouth and hands when asked. He walks well on his own and can go up and down stairs. He especially enjoys music and likes to kick a ball around when he plays outside. Jeremy has the best smile- he just radiates happiness! We hope adorable Jeremy will be home to celebrate his 5th birthday with a forever family of his own!

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABoy, born February 2012
hearing impairment

 

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DylanAge: 2
Diagnosis: Shunt placed to repair hydrocephalus; heterozygous β-thalassemia

Dylan was hospitalized at 3 months old with viral meningitis. At that time, neurological testing was conducted and hydrocephalus was diagnosed. A VP shunt was installed and Dylan’s neurological care continues to be followed by doctors at one of the top hospitals in his birth country. After routine lab work, Dylan was diagnosed with anemia. When his body did not respond to the common treatments, he was referred to a hematologist, who diagnosed him with heterozygous β-thalassemia. Blood work is done routinely in the orphanage to monitor this condition.

Developmentally, Dylan is sitting up, playing with toys, making sounds and interacting with adults. He eats mashed foods and drinks from an open cup. He will stand when held by both hands.

Photos and videos from August 2014 are available from the agency.

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

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