Girl, born 2015
Down syndrome, CHD (post-op)
Listed: May 2018
Update from Oct 2019: Tasha is a darling girl! She is typically healthy, and potty training. She has a good personality. She is active and energetic with lots of facial expressions. She is a determined girl. She likes watching cartoon movies and listening to music. She watches it quietly and afterwards she will imitate and clap her hands. Sometimes she has a temper, but it’s easy to please her and make her happy again. Tasha is well-behaved and cooperative. She can walk, run slowly on her own, and climb upstairs/downstairs when holding your hand. Tasha is attached to others, and she knows how to communicate with people. She shares her toys/snacks with other kids. She gets along well with other kids and adults. She loves group activities and loves to talk with her roommates next to her. She has been living in the orphanage since January of 2016. She has never been fostered. She and other kids of the same age share a bedroom. She lags behind compared with other kids of the same age. She sometimes imitates adults’ talk; she cannot express herself with words, but can using body language or by crying to communicate. She understands some simple instructions, such as “Bring the ball to me!” and “Dump garbage into the bin.” Tasha has received heart surgery before. She has been healthy since.
Tasha is waiting for a family to share her life with. She is in need of love and encourage to help her grow!
Tasha’s current agency has a $2500 grant towards the cost of her adoption.