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Jayden

jayden1Boy, born 2016

Down syndrome

 

Oh sweet pea!!

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Natalia L36

girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born 2011

Apert syndrome, Face dysmorphia, Multiple-suture craniosynostosis. Maxillary hypoplasia. Syndactyly (fingers grown together)

Natalia has blue eyes and light hair. She is quiet, observant, she is interested in toys and what is happening around, walks by holding to the play pen, understands the words, but does not speak.

Information from the pediatrician (2016) – girl`s parents have normal intelligence. Development dynamic of the child is positive. She is open to contact, diligent, purposeful actions, has started to tell when she needs to go to the potty, choosy in the household situations. She has an understanding of language, repeats names, nasal pronunciation due to high vaulted palate. She pronounces 2 words a time, articulation apparatus is inert, she receives massages. The girl is hard-working. She has emotional expressions. Interested in animals. Stability of attention and concentration skills are good. Orients in room and plane. Differentiates shapes and colors. Active thinking is really improved (combined actions). She colors with pleasure. Rotation of palms renewed in the post-operation period due to syndactyly.

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Klay L35

boysillouettenophotoBoy, born 2011

Sleep disorder. Other childhood emotional disorders, Anoxic brain damage, not elsewhere classified, aftereffects of perinatal hypoxia. Tracheostomy. Protein energy malnutrition. Language development delay. At nights boy uses artificial lung ventilation machine. 

Klay has brown eyes and dark brown hair. He is joyful, communicative, understands the everyday situations. Differentiates persons and calls them by their names. Accepts all kind of activities, wants individual attention. He has a small vocabulary, unsustainable attention. Positive and active in communication. His gait is stable, he eats and drinks independently. Is interested in what is happening around him – in things and environment. Boy’s reactions are stereotypic but there are positive features in the development of the boy.

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Remmie L33

boysillouettenophotoBoy, born 2014

Congenital heart disease (Tetralogy of Fallot) Cardiovascular insufficiency, stage I; OS ptosis palpebral. OU hypermetropia with astigmatism. Protein energy malnutrition. Physical development delay. Language development delay.

Listed January 10, 2017

Remmie has grey eyes and light brown hair. He walks without assistance, but unsteady, can climb up on a sofa. He likes to operate with rags (as toys), to construct towers of 3 or 4 blocks, to play with toys. He pronounces few words correctly, says „ma-ma”, „pa-pa”, „ta-ta”. Reacts to music with moves, understands denial „no”, he likes, when someone praises him, feels proud about it. The boy likes to co-operate with adults, prefers to be with people he knows. He is sad and angry if he doesn’t achieve the desired. The boy sits at the table, eats with a spoon and drinks from a cup with assistance. He is curious, shows interest in activities around him, operates with objects purposefully.

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Petal L32

girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born on February 2012

Moderate to severe mental retardation with significant impairment of behavior, non-organic enuresis and encopresis. Significantly delayed social abilities’ development;  expressive language disorder, seizure syndrome

Petal has brown eyes and dark brown hair.  She is unable to find activities independently, plays alone with selective toys (blocks etc.), does not comprehend adults’ talk, but understands activities of cuddling toys or dress etc.). The girl attends speech therapy. Petal needs constant care and supervision.

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River L31

boysillouettenophotoBoy, born on August 2012

premature birth (degree II), intrauterine infection, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy I-II stage, physical and mental development delay, protein energy malnutrition, microcephaly, OU astigmatism, hypermetropia;  speech therapy recommended

River has brown eyes and hair. Welcomes the given attention, but if it is suddenly stopped or in case of contact rejection may react with sadness, disappointment, sometimes a little crying. However, mostly all of the emotions are expressed weakly, without the characteristic intensity, such as crying as grumbling, or rubbing eyes in protest. Does not request physical contact – accepts communication style as it is. Mostly characteristic joyful excitement bordering on nervousness can be noticed in movements, gestures and facial expressions. Enjoys the atmosphere of organized events with lots of people and impressions, which further reinforces the joyful excitement – loud laughs, significant movement and arbitrary contact search. Also observed radical mood changes for no apparent reason – can suddenly start to cry, followed by loud laughter, which can pass again suddenly. In these cases neither consolation nor physical contact help. Will power is unmarked – tries to do the given task, but it is more literal fulfillment of indications than internal motivation to learn.

The cognitive sphere (perception, thinking, attention, interest) – thinking processes most occur at the level of mechanistic imitation – is able to repeat what he has seen or heard recently, but after a time he is unable to reproduce it anymore. The boy knows parts of the body and can name them and show them on other people, but in doing so he needs repeated encouragement. The same applies to everyday activities such as bathing, dressing, tidying toys, etc. – an adult should always name and show the needed action – only then the boy completes it. The boy knows his name and he knows also the names of other children and teachers, but, for example, on a logical question “What is your name?” he often responds with the last word of the question: “Name”. The boy recognizes some animals, he may show them in a book, may show signs of an object or phenomenon, for example, that the flower smells, injury hurts and need to be blown at to ease the pain. Notices minor consequences – for example, understands that pressing one button on a musical toy can start the others, but the boy lacks understanding to put together even a simple puzzle.The boy likes everything related to sound and light signals – both objects and events, he can observe or operate them enthusiastically for a long time, but by jamming in the process. Behavior, social behavior – friendly, good-natured with both children and adults. Happy with any interaction and the opportunity to gain new experiences. Understands all instructions, but the nervous agitation disturbs to perform fine motor activities accurately – eating, dressing, playing with small objects. Weak self-advocacy skills, generally does not interfere with other children’s activities, but sometimes can have a sudden impulse – incomprehensible, short-term aggression. The boy likes walks, all outdoor environment and everything related to the movement possibilities – climbing, jumping, swinging, etc. Enjoys water therapy. Is able to eat independently, dress up, but does not fully comprehend, whether he has done it correctly or incorrectly. Uses toilet only with a reminder.

 

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Carice L30

girlsillouettenophotoGirl, born on January 2016

meningomyelocele of lumbosacral region, hydrocephalus, ventriculoperitoneal shunt;
lower limbs flaccid paraparesis, congenital feet inversion-extension deformation, neurogenic bladder, which causes chronic urinary tract infections;

 

Carice has bluish-grey eyes and brown hair.  She is very positive, often smiles, and always is glad when an adult talks or plays with her. She is calm, emotionally stable, cries only when there is a reason.  She is able to get up on all fours, crawls on floor, during the crawling supports more on one forearm. Grasps toys, rattles them, moves toys from one hand into another during the playing. Reacts on her name, smiles, babbles, likes to imitate sounds, likes musical sounds. Reacts on her reflection in mirror – smiles. The girl enjoys to be around other children. She drinks from a cup with adult support, eats from a spoon. It is predicted that the girl will be clever, but she will not be able to walk and will need a wheelchair (she does not feel her lower part). It is not clear yet if the girl will be able to control bowel movements, probably it will be known around 3-4 years of age. Hydrocephalus is compensated, the liquid drained in time.

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

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Oscar

oscarBoy, born 2010

HIV
other disorders of the nervous system
other disorder of psychological development
chronic atticoantral suppurative otitis media

He also has a brother born in 2007

 

$1.80 has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Henley

henley Boy, born 2008

HIV
slight mental delay

 

Henley is a very quiet boy.

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Levron

LeroyBoy, born 2013
PRC
Down syndrome & CHD

Listed: June 2016

The agency’s team visited Levron for the third time in April. We glanced at this paperwork then looked a little closer. It was his 3rd birthday! So we sang, and Levron got 2 packages of fruit snacks rather than the standard 1 package per child.

My favorite memory of Levron from the April trip is how much he loved looking at himself in the mirror! He looked and giggled and kissed himself then looked at himself again. It was just too adorable! Another thing that brought peals of laughter from him was playing peek-a-boo! And his laugh is so cute! We couldn’t help laughing with him!

Levron was sooooo close to walking when we met him! He stacked cups for us and really loved looking at books. He babbles but isn’t saying words yet.

Additional information and photos are available in this blog post.

A $4000 grant is available to families adopting a child with Down syndrome through the current adoption agency. This grant is available through February 2017.

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Oakley

Oakley (2)

Oakley (1)Boy, born May 2012
PRC
Down syndrome

Listed: June 6, 2016

Oakley was about 2.5 months old when he came into care. His caretakers describe him as active and restless. When he is happy he will smile at everyone. Oakley is said to understand the caretakers commonly used instructions. He wakes up at 7:00 am and will crawl to the other beds around him to wake the others up so they can play with him. Oakley has a strong imitating ability and likes cartoons and listening to music. His speech is often unclear, but that doesn’t stop him from interacting and talking with people. Oakley has a good appetite and eats a variety of foods. His report states that Oakley “has been living in the institute for 3 years;every one likes this adorable and naughty child;we sincerely hope that he will soon have a happy family and will always have bright smiles” Are you the lucky family who will get to see those adorable bright smiles every day?

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Scott

Scott photo1ScottBoy, born 2014
PRC
spinal meningocele, anal atresia

Listed: March 1, 2016

oh sweet baby!

Scott was left at the orphanage when he was only four days old. He was diagnosed with anal atresia and received corrective surgery for this. Part of his lower digestive tract was removed during surgery, which may affect his bowel control in the future. Scott also has a tumor on his waist that will require surgery for spinal meningocele. Scott can sit and crawl. He says “mama” and “papa” and understands what is said to him. Scott likes playing games and has a ready smile. He also likes to be cuddled and comforted by the nannies at the orphanage. Could you be Scott’s family?

UPDATED:  Scott, age 1.5, is a real miracle. He was abandoned as a newborn infant in August of 2014 with multiple problems, including a heart defect, anal atresia and spina bifida. Within the first 12 days of his life, he had two intestinal surgeries that both failed. After the second surgery failed, the local surgeons decided to give up.  He was sent to Little Flower for hospice care.

The good people at Little Flower write:  When this beautiful little boy arrived at our home we discussed the various options for treatment.  We could not bring ourselves give up and let him die because of a simple, correctable defect, so we transferred him to Beijing so that surgeons could try to repair the damage from the first two surgeries.   During that surgery he was diagnosed with short bowel syndrome.  We knew that meant a very long road for this little guy, but hoped that he might beat the odds.

Because of the failed surgeries, much of his intestine had been removed; this made it nearly impossible for him to absorb nutrition.  The doctors tried many, many things to help him, including various feeding pumps, numerous types of specialized infant formula (and even donor milk) as well as parenteral nutrition.  He was discharged from the hospital over and over, but repeatedly needed to be re-admitted with dehydration and serious infection.  He was not able to gain any weight and as hard as we were fighting, we just weren’t sure he would be able to pull through. His hospital bills were growing and it was getting harder and harder to raise funds for this little boy whose prognosis was so poor.

Finally, a very special donor agreed to help him and we were able to admit him to the hospital for long term care and specialized feeding. We hoped that if his remaining intestines had a chance to rest for a prolonged period, perhaps they would be able to recover. It took him a few weeks to stabilize, and then slowly he started to gain weight.   When he was 10 months old he had another surgery to close his colostomy.  This little fighter was not going to give up!  However, it still took another 5 months for his intestines to heal enough for him to wean off the parenteral feeding.  Gradually, he began to get his nutrition from his bottle and baby food.

After 10 long months of hospitalization, Scott returned home a changed boy! He is now very stable and able to eat just like the other babies.   He sits up, crawls, and babbles – he has a lot to say!   He still needs surgery for his spina bifida (his cardiac issue is now resolved), but we are SO glad that his gastrointestinal issues are finally under control.  We are grateful to the doctors who were willing to take a chance on this “hopeless” little guy and worked so hard to provide the medical care that he needed to survive.  Now Scott needs a family of his own!

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Jaya

JayaGirl, born 2014
PRC
Down syndrome, congenital heart defect

Jaya is an adorable little girl with a sweet face!  During her first year of life, her growth was delayed in comparison to same-age peers. Her caregivers describe her as introverted and she prefers quiet time. She loves being cuddled by her favorite caregiver, and can distinguish her from other caregivers who are less familiar to her. She can hold up her head while lying on her stomach, although she cannot yet crawl or sit upright. She can babble sounds like “nai nai” and her caregivers describe her as easy to smile! She can be very attentive to where she can follow the direction of sounds and voices, and can visually follow moving toys—she’ll even reach out grab toys nearby. WACAP staff met with her in May of 2015 and reported that she was relaxed and had a good connection with her caregiver; she makes good eye contact when interacting with others! She has soft muscle tone and needs extra support of her head and neck when being held. We have several updated photos and videos from our trip for interested families!

Agency staff met with him in May 2015 and we have updated photos and videos for interested families! This current agency also has a grant available to families who qualify to assist with the cost of this adoption.

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Kier

KierBoy, born 2011
PRC
Down syndrome

Kier is a handsome boy (even with the interesting haircut) who is 4 years old. He came to the orphanage when he was about 18 months old, and they found he was a healthy boy with Down syndrome. Kier has no known heart or other health issues. His development is a bit delayed, which is typical for children with Down syndrome. Kier lives with a foster family within the orphanage, and is close to his foster mom. His receptive speech is very good, and he uses some words to express his needs. Kier is toilet trained, and feeds himself. He is very helpful to his foster mom, and will bring her items she needs during the day. Kier loves cartoons, crackers, and candy! He is very outgoing and social, and will sing and dance at every opportunity. If his foster mom is not happy with him, he will give her a hug and a kiss. Kier is waiting for his family!

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Ennis

EnnisBoy, born September 2013
PRC
Down syndrome / hernia

Listed: November 19, 2015

Ennis is a very handsome little guy who recently turned 2 years old! When he was brought to the orphanage, at about 8 months of age, he was very ill with pneumonia. They found he has Down syndrome, and a hernia, which has not been repaired. Ennis lives with a foster mother, who loves him very much. His overall development is a bit delayed, which is to be expected. He is able to stand with just a little assistance, and will surely be walking in the next few months. Ennis has good fine motor skills. He loves to be outdoors, and loves his foster mama! He is imitating words, and his receptive speech is typical for a 2 year old…he hears what he wants to hear. Ennis needs a family of his own, who will help him reach his full potential. What a sweet son he will be! Video is available.

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Evan Paul

Evan RKBoy, born December 2011
PRC
meningocele, clubbed foot

Evan Paul will be 4 years old in December. He was found abandoned when he was just 3 days old. Evan Paul was born with a meningocele (where a sac of fluid protrudes through an opening in the baby’s back, but the spinal cord is not in this sac and there is usually little or no nerve damage), which was surgically corrected when he was one month old. He also had a hernia which was repaired at the same time. Evan Paul’s left foot is clubbed, but it doesn’t slow him down at all.

Evan Paul has good bowel and bladder control, has age-appropriate intellectual development, and is very attached to his foster family, including a foster sister. He loves candy, playing outside with cars, and being held.

Can Evan Paul be the son your family is looking for?

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Gunther

Boy, born 2011
PRC
CHD, anal atresia, scoliosis

Gunther just turned four years old. He was found abandoned when he was about three days old and brought to the orphanage. Gunther was born with anal atresia and had surgery when he was less than a week old. He was also initially diagnosed with a congenital heart defect but received no surgery, medication or other treatment and the orphanage considers that this condition has healed itself. He is also diagnosed with scoliosis, but has received no treatment for that. Gunther has a scar on his cheek as a result of treatment for a hemangioma, but he’s still adorable. Gunther walks, runs and dances. He is reported to have normal intelligence and is described as very clever. He likes to play with other children. We met Gunther in his orphanage in June and were quite taken with him. He was fascinated with games on our I-pad and was able to quickly figure out how they worked.

Gunther needs a family. Could it be yours?

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Chadwick

ChadwickBoy, born 2012
PRC
Dyskinesia, strabismus

Chadwick will be 4 years old in March. He was abandoned at the railway station on his birth day and came into orphanage care. Chadwick is diagnosed with dyskinesia of his left arm and leg, which means he has some involuntary muscle movements. His left arm is weak and not very mobile, but he’s walking independently so any weakness in his left leg isn’t holding him back much. He also has strabismus (crossed eye), although that’s not in his official diagnosis.

We met Chadwick in his orphanage at the end of June and he was a happy, smiling boy. He is reported to have normal intelligence. Chadwick follows directions, likes to help adults with housework, and has simple speech.

Can you help Chadwick become all that he can be?

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Jonathan

Jonathan RKBoy, born July 2013
PRC
Congenital heart defect; extra fingers, tracheotomy

Jonathan turned two in July. He was abandoned near a garden when he was about three weeks old and has lived in the orphanage ever since. Jonathan was born with a few challenges: a congenital heart defect which was repaired when he was two months old and is thought to be resolved, extra fingers on both hands, a small ear lobe deformity, and torticollis. At 10 months old, he had surgery to reconstruct his larynx and now has a tracheotomy, which is checked every 6 months and hopefully will be removed soon. At 11 months old, he had a feeding tube placed in his stomach (possibly due to the tracheotomy) which will be removed when he’s better able to eat and drink. Jonathan’s left testicle is under-developed. The tracheotomy prevents him from speaking or making any sounds.

Jonathan is described as quiet and shy. He likes listening to music, making others laugh, and playing with toys. He is cruising around his play area and on the verge of walking independently.

Jonathan needs a special family who can see past his current medical issues and help him reach his full potential. Could you be the family for him?

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Rory

 

Rory (1)Boy, born January 2012
PRC
meningocele (post surgery) / hydrocephalus (post surgery)

Rory is a handsome, engaging, and active boy who is 3 years old. He came to the orphanage at around 6 months old, and they discovered he had already received surgery for a meningocele, and had a shunt placed for his hydrocephalus. Rory was able to sit unassisted, and before long was crawling. He is having casting procedures to correct his club foot, so he is temporarily using a wheelchair. You can see in his video that being sidelined from the action is almost more than he can stand! Rory has undescended testicles, which need to be corrected as soon as possible. His shunt has been trouble-free. Rory (without the cast) is able to stand with assistance, but is unable to walk at this time. He is incontinent. Rory has no cognitive delays, is a bright and social boy. Before his recent cast, he would get around by crawling and moving with his knees in a kneeling position. Physical therapy would be so beneficial for Rory! He needs a family! Video is available from the agency.

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James

JamesBoy, born July 2013Percy (1)
PRC
Down syndrome

Isn’t James darling?  Listed: October 19, 2015

A report from December 2014 says: At the age of 13-16 months, James can sit alone for a while, can make “aa oo” sounds, knows strangers and acquaintances, can roll over, knows his name, can show afraid and angry, can play by himself, the child can play with toys (toy piano and etc) with aunts, and can stand up with hand held. When James is happy he will laugh aloud.

At 17 months, James could pronounce simple words, and has a ready smile. He has a good physical state.

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Ashton

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AshtonBoy, born November 2011
PRC
Developmental Delays

Ashton is a lovely 4 years old boy who struggles with some mental developmental delays. He is timid at first, but after warming up he is a very compassionate and apathetic child. Though he has little verbal ability, he demonstrates his emotional reactivity with his actions. He enjoys connecting with teachers and eagerly searches out emotional connection. He loves playing with toys, walking with a walker, and smiles while playing with others!

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Mavis

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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”.

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Zane

ZayneZayne2Boy, born October 2013
PRC
Down syndrome

This expressive kiddo is Zane! He is three years old and has Down syndrome. He is very verbal and loves to communicate with his caretakers! He especially loves to imitate what they say and will laugh about it. He loves the outdoors and playing games outside with his friends. He also enjoys sharing toys with others, dancing to music, and watching cartoons. He is a very extroverted little guy and would love to share his energy with you! Ask about Zane becoming a part of your forever family today!

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Keeva

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.

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