Kylen #

Boy, Age: 2
Primary Diagnosis: Global developmental delays
Listed: Feb 2024
Diagnosis: Developmental delays
Kylen can independently sit up, crawl, and pull to a stand. He walks using a pull behind pediatric walker or by holding the hands of an adult. He is working on learning to walk independently. He is curious about his environment. He holds toys, moves them from hand to hand and explores them. His speech is not yet developed. He tries to imitate words and sounds from songs.

Stephen #

Boy, Age: 14
Listed: Feb 2024
From birth until the age of ten he was deprived of any educational experiences. Since being placed with a foster family, he has learned to read and write, and he recently completed the sixth grade with high marks. His listed special needs are a mild mental delay; delays in the scholastic knowledge; and a low IQ.

There is information that the child’s grandmother and uncle had mental delay.

Stephen’s gross and fine motor skills are well-developed and coordinated.

He finds it easier to memorize, store and reproduce information related to his interests. He is able to interact with peers and adults by leading a dialogue but his vocabulary is not very rich. Stephen’s interests are related to drawing (arts) and cooking. He has formed daily and hygiene habits and self-service skills.

Stephen has overcome so much adversity and is thriving. He still needs a forever family.

Philip

Boy, Age: 9
Country Code: E-11
Region: Europe
Primary Diagnosis: Down syndrome
Listed: Feb 2024
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Philip is a charming and inquisitive young boy with a tender heart and a keen interest in the world around him. Although language poses a challenge for him, with difficulties in speech and vocabulary, he is able to understand simple directions and express himself with basic sentences. His abilities in non-verbal communication are a strength, helping to support and enhance his spoken words. While written language and abstract concepts such as time and money are challenging for him, his non-verbal skills greatly aid his interactions.

Despite facing motor skill limitations typical of his condition, which affect balance and coordination, Philip is remarkably independent in day-to-day activities. He can manage personal care routines such as eating and hygiene with minimal supervision and dresses without assistance, though may require guidance in selecting suitable clothing based on weather conditions. Philip sleeps well and follows a regular routine but benefits from support in other daily tasks.

Among Philip’s favorite activities, he relishes the simple pleasures of walking, drawing, and engaging with the world of letters and words in his own unique way—he enjoys “writing.” Although the marks he makes may not form recognizable words, he delights in having adults “read” his creations. He has a passion for football and admires players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

His social interactions are an area where Philip truly shines. He is strong in building relationships with those around him—proactive and animated with peers, demonstrating a particular fondness for younger children. When it comes to adults, Philip is affectionate and seeks connection and warmth, establishing bonds with preferred caregivers and understanding the importance of rules and boundaries.

Philip is ready to embrace a loving family who will understand and respond to his emotional needs. His new family should be prepared to provide the unique care required in cases of Trisomy 21, which includes attention to his medical needs like heart conditions and vision care, as well as understanding his background and history. This family will receive in Philip a child who offers boundless warmth and the potential for rewarding growth and connection.

Lauren

Girl, Age: 11
Country Code: E-11
Region: Europe
Primary Diagnosis: Global developmental delays
Global Developmental Delay with Mild Intellectual Disability, as well as Mild Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Listed: Feb 2024
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Lauren shines with a warmth that is immediately felt by everyone she meets. Her sweet and easy-going nature makes her quick to bond with both children and adults alike. An inquisitive soul, Lauren’s curious mind draws her to be a helping hand around the home, eagerly participating in day-to-day activities and showcasing a commendable level of independence in her daily routines.

Gifted with considerable communication abilities, Lauren also brings a touch of uniqueness through her passion for dance, expressing herself with joy and confidence in every hip-hop move. This lively interest in the arts highlights her outgoing and engaging personality, which endears her to both peers and adults.

While Lauren delights in being the center of attention and thrives in communal settings, like many children, she’s learning to channel her exuberant impulsivity into positive interactions. Her journey has been one of beautiful transformation. Through consistent support and exposure to stable role models, Lauren has made impressive strides in mastering self-regulation, although the support offered by her environment has its limitations.

The diligent teamwork of dedicated caregivers underlines the progress Lauren has made and underscores the need for continuity in nurturing her personal growth. Particularly crucial is the ongoing dialogue helping Lauren reconcile her emotions regarding her biological family background and shape her aspirations for the future.

Lauren dreams of being part of a forever family—a family eager to provide her with the love, stability, and support she deserves. A family that can offer her a unique place in their hearts and home, affirming her worth and fostering her continued growth, emotionally, socially, and academically.

Ames

Boy, Age: 8
Country Code: E-11
Region: Europe
Developmental challenges such as intellectual limitations, learning difficulties, linguistic delays, and special behaviors; maternal mental health issues
Listed: Feb 2024
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Ames is a joyful youngster who displays notable independence for his age, showing advancement in managing personal responsibilities in spite of his cognitive development in areas such as language mastery, social dynamics, and self-regulation. Ames is progressing, revealing a promising trajectory.

His interests are as varied as they are engaging, ranging from the energetic spinning of beyblades to the strategic play of table football, and the creative assembly of Legos. A fondness for stories also defines him—he delights in listening, reading, and sharing tales with others.

Understanding and following rules come naturally to Ames when they are communicated clearly and applied consistently. He flourishes under positive reinforcement and thrives on routine, which helps him navigate his day with confidence. When faced with choices, he benefits from being offered two options to help enhance his decision-making skills.

Adaptable and responsive, Ames shows a commendable capacity for assessing situations; however, he does rely on adult guidance to navigate safely through his environment. Previously having not experienced a traditional family setting, he formed emotional attachments with his caregivers. Ames longs for what many take for granted—a loving family to call his own.

At his current developmental stage, it’s essential to tailor Ames’s transition towards adoption, ensuring the introduction to a potential family is mindful and gradual. Psychotherapeutic support has been assisting Ames in processing his hopes and feelings about family life, laying groundwork for his future relationships.

Stefi #

Boy, Age: 9
Listed: Feb 2024
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Diagnosis: Spastic cerebral palsy; moderate mental delays; Congenital deformities of the foot.

Stefi uses a wheelchair for mobility. He can propel the wheelchair by himself. He tries to talk by making vocalizations to approximate words. He responds positively to attention and seeks out interactions with staff and the other children in his home. He enjoys playing with stuffed animals. He will push other children if they are playing with a toy he wants. He is completely dependent on an adult for all care tasks (feeding, toileting, dressing, etc).

Korabell #

Girl, Age: 14
Primary Diagnosis: Older Child
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Korabell brings joy, love, and a warm presence to anyone lucky enough to meet her. She is a remarkable and expressive communicator, effortlessly leading engaging conversations. With her wonderful self-esteem, Korabell knows exactly what she wants and pursues her various interests with enthusiasm. She easily connects with both adults and peers, fostering positive relationships. When it comes to playtime, Korabell excels at immersing herself in story and character games, creating endless fun and adventure. Academically, she is thriving and has a particular passion for cooking. She is excelling in all subjects and faces no challenges in her educational journey. Korabell is reported to be physically clinically healthy, but struggles with trauma are inevitably a part of international adoption

Sven #

Boy, Age: 5
Primary Diagnosis: Congenital Heart Defect
Diagnosis: Muscular hypotension. Cerebellar hypoplasia. congenital heart failure  – benign venous anomaly
Listed: Feb 2024
Sven walks independently with a slow gait. His fine motor skills are developed. He plays with toys, but not with their intended purpose. He does not initiate contact with other children and does not participate in cooperative play. He responds positively to familiar adults. He does not have any verbal communication and does not follow verbal directions. He is currently fed with a bottle. He cannot chew and will not accept the staff’s efforts to teach him to eat with a spoon. He requires full assistance for all care tasks.

Bowen #

Boy, Age: 5
Primary Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy
Congenital CMV infection. Central coordination disorder
Bowens’s muscles are very tight. When placed in a sitting position, he can sit “rigid”, with his legs outstretched in front of him. When he moves, he can not control his body (bend at the waist, catch himself, etc) and falls over. His movements are uncontrolled. The amount of vision he has is unknown. He does not follow light with his eyes.
Bowen lags behind in all aspects of his development. He makes sounds, but does not have any functional communication. He does not appear to understand what is said to him. He does respond positively to touch at times. His report indicates that he has difficulty accepting any type of change in his environment.

Mimi and Micky

Sibling Group
Ages: 9, 14
Country Code: E-11
Region: Europe
Primary Diagnosis: Older Child
Listed: Feb 2024
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Have you considered adopting siblings?!

Meet Mimi & Micky! They are a delightful duo. Mimi, July 2009, our shining star who reminds us that a little shyness only adds to the charm! She is reported to be clinically healthy.

Her shy sparkle quickly turns to a dazzling ray in the comfort of good company. She’s the heart of our group, spreading joy and giggles with a sense of humor that’s as infectious as her enthusiasm. She has a heart of gold. Her warmth extends to the young ones she cherishes. She’s a caring older sister, always ready to wrap them in a hug or share a playful story.

Ever the social butterfly, she forms deep connections that last, crafting a tapestry of friendships wherever life takes her. It’s no surprise that in every circle, she’s that missing puzzle piece you didn’t know you needed until she arrived.

Meet her younger brother Micky, March, 2014 – a beacon of joy, with a smile just waiting to light up your life! This handsome young man might seem a tad shy at first, but give him a moment, and his true colors shine through, painting laughter and happiness wherever he goes.

Micky thrives in the company of peers, his imagination a treasure trove of fun and games. His spirit of camaraderie embodies a priceless joy that only a loving family can multiply. With football under his belt and his zest for cycling and digital adventures, Micky’s the perfect companion for active days and cozy family nights.

Rosa

Girl, Age: 15
Country Code: E-11
Region: Europe
Primary Diagnosis: Older Child
Listed: Jan 2024
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Rosa is a delightful and sociable child. She demonstrates exceptional socialization skills, effortlessly forming connections with peers and adults. She is a kind, respectful, and dedicated student with promising prospects. Rosa excels academically, showcasing a strong commitment and enthusiasm for learning. In terms of her relationships within her school and classmates, there are no concerns to mention. She effectively communicates her emotions and expresses her needs when interacting with others. Rosa displays remarkable socialization skills, effortlessly forging bonds with peers and adults. On a social level, Rosa is at ease in interpersonal relationships, consistently exhibiting a high level of pro-social behavior. The act of being internationally adopted will create some trauma she’ll need support with.

Roric #

Boy, Age: 3
Primary Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy
Listed: Jan 2024
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Roric was born prematurely with low birth weight. He resides with a foster family. He has cerebral palsy which mainly affects his legs. He can stand and step to the side but cannot walk independently. He is very attached to his foster parent and is easily comforted by her if upset. His speech is delayed but he knows several words in Turkish and can understand many phrases spoken to him. He tries to eat independently. He works with a psychologist, speech therapist and Montessori specialist to develop speech and cognitive skills. He plays with toys but has difficulty grasping small objects. He likes bath time. He has a good appetite and sleeps well.

Eamon #

Boy, Age: 6
Primary Diagnosis: Congenital Heart Defect
Diagnosis: Polymalformative syndrome. Neurofibromatosis type I (benign). congenital heart failure  – severe membrane-type subaortic stenosis; mild aortic insufficiency; left ventricular hypertrophy. Condition after surgical treatment. Congenital laryngeal stridor – omega epiglottis. Chronic tonsillar hypertrophy.  
Listed: Jan 2024
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Diagnosis: Polymalformative syndrome. Neurofibromatosis type I (benign). congenital heart failure  – severe membrane-type subaortic stenosis; mild aortic insufficiency; left ventricular hypertrophy. Condition after surgical treatment. Congenital laryngeal stridor – omega epiglottis. Chronic tonsillar hypertrophy.

Eamon had heart surgery in October 2023 to repair his heart.

Eamon has age appropriate gross motor skills. His fine motor skills are also well developed. He can draw a sun, man and a tree upon request. He can name all of the children in his group and also knows the name of all the staff that works at the orphanage. He engages in role playing games. He helps with the younger children in his group. He performs “chores”: brings items to staff ,wipes up surfaces, fills containers, etc. He understands object permanence. He matches nouns to objects. He watches children’s movies and asks appropriate questions. He memorizes songs and nursery rhythms. Identifies animals and the sounds they make. He can county to 12. He understands cause/effect relationships and plays symbolic games such as hide and seek. He can engage in a reciprocal conversation. He will ask questions and waits for an answer. He can identify parts of the body.

Izaiah #

Boy, Age: 2
Listed: Jan 2024
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Diagnosis: Diagnosis: CCFDN syndrome, which includes: congenital bilateral cataracts, facial dimorphism, psychomotor developmental delay, decreased muscle tone and peripheral neuropathy, internal hydrocephalus which does not require neurosurgical treatment at this stage.

Izaiah is now living in a foster family and is receiving physical therapy at a rehabilitation center three days a week. The foster family reports that they are seeing major improvements in his motor skills now that he is receiving support and intervention services. His foster mother reports that he can pull himself up to a standing position using support (example: laying down in the crib and pulls to stand by holding on to the side of the crib). His physical therapist stated that he is making “visible progress” and should soon be independently walking. Izaiah has had surgeries for cataracts in both eyes (2 on the right and one on the left). It is believed he has limited vision from his left eye. He has a diagnosis of internal hydrocephalus, however, his foster mother reports that he was recently seen again by neurology and the diagnosis was dropped. Izaiah understands what is said to him. He smiles and makes eye contact. He says a few single words and also uses gestures and facial expressions to communicate. When asked how old he is he shows two fingers. He is beginning to indicate when he needs to use the restroom, but is still wearing diaper. He holds items in his hands and explores them. He plays with toys and participates in games. He shows an interest in other children.

Nelly #

Girl, Age: 4
Primary Diagnosis: Global developmental delays
Listed: Jan 2024
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Diagnosis: Developmental delays
Nelly began attending a therapeutic program in early 2023 where she receives therapy and work with a psychologist on all aspects of her development. She also attends classes with her foster mother in a family group, for the parents to learn to work with Nelly on skills at home. The foster mother reports that Nelly has made significant progress since attending the program and is continuing to learn new skills and improve on areas of delay.
Nelly wears prescription glasses due a diagnosis of nearsightedness. She can walk, squat, climb, etc. She gets on a tricycle and other riding toys and pushes them with her feet. She is working on learning to pedal the tricycle. She has not yet mastered jumping and hoping, but she is receiving therapy for motor skills and making progress in gross motor skills. Her fine motor skills are also developing. She can assemble 2 piece items, build a tower, and put parts in a box, uses a spoon to scoop objects and move them from one bowl to another, strings beans, uses a pincer grasp to pick up small objects, and hangs doll clothes on a hanger. She’s working with a therapist on her cutting skills.
Nelly learns best in a controlled environment. She is easily distracted. She recreates actions she has observed such as wrapping a doll in a blanket, feeding a doll, mimics talking on a phone, etc. She follows simple directions. Her speech is delayed. She can say a few simple words and tries to mimic words when working with the speech therapist. She gestures for “hello”, “goodbye” and will give high 5’s. She will lead an adult to an object or activity she wants. She has emotional bonds with familiar adults. She is doing better at interacting with other children. She observes them and tries to follow along and imitate what they’re doing.

Natasha

Girl, Age: 4
Country Code: LA-4
Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy
Listed: Jan 2024
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Natasha is a pretty little girl of 4 years old, very calm with big eyes and beautiful white teeth. She is very special. She doesn’t smile at everyone. She must first know you, and trust you, but her smile is fascinating. She loves to drink juice and she likes to eat sweets. She really likes music. She likes to be pampered by her foster family and only cries if she needs a little attention.

In therapy, she works on ways to improve her functional mobility, and increase the functional use of her arms. At school, she does a lot of sensory activities to work on ways to respond and communicate better and fixate her eyes on objects to learn.

Serene

Girl, Age: 9
Country Code: SE.Asia.Pac
Region: South Asia
Cerebral Palsy (spastic quadriplegic type) with scoliosis, wasting, and profound Intellectual Disorder.

She has regular evaluation with a developmental pediatrician and regular check-ups with pediatric neurologist, ped gastro enterologist and nutrition specialist. She regularly attends physical and occupational therapy once a week and homebased therapy is continuously being provided by the houseparent as per instruction from the therapist.

Listed: Jan 2024
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Serene is a beautiful girl with a contagious smile, born in June of 2014 with cerebral palsy (spastic quadriplegic) and scoliosis. She is listed as having cognitive delays as well. Serene has regular evaluations with a developmental pediatrician and regular check-ups with her pediatric neurologist, gastro enterologist, and nutrition specialist. She regularly attends physical and occupational therapy once a week and receives continuous home-based therapy by her houseparent, as per instruction from the therapist. Serene smiles when somebody plays or talks with her. She laughs while watching other children play. She cries when wet, in an uncomfortable position, and when she hears thunder. Serene enjoys watching cartoon shows and listening to nursery rhymes. Serene is fully dependent on the care of her houseparent since her development is limited. She can put her head up, but she is unable to sustain it for longer period of time. She can sit up straight but tends to tilt forward. Serene cannot pull herself to sitting. She reaches her hand out to get the block or object, but she might swipe the block off the table. She can hold objects or blocks using her right hand. Serene can open her hands, but her left wrist is flexed. She can raise both hands slowly. She can hold biscuits and slowly puts it in her mouth. Serene can place both feet on the floor and make steps while the houseparent or therapist holds her body, though her legs are crossed. Serene’s care center hopes for her to be placed in a family who will unconditionally love her, despite of her health condition, and one who has enough resources to sustain her therapy and medical needs.

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Serene’s adoption with the listing adoption agency. Additional agency fees may be available with that agency, based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Serene needs a family with an approved home study to be able to adopt her.

Goliath

Boy, Age: 5
Country Code: LA-4
Microcephaly, CP, epilepsy, blind
Listed: Dec 2023
$2,088.84
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Goliath is the cutest, most chill baby ever! He loves cuddles, being bounced on the trampoline, swimming, going for bike rides, being held, and chocolate. He would do great either in a big family with lots of siblings or being the only one to soak up all the attention!

He is a great eater with either blended or soft foods, but not great at drinking liquids. He has a lot of small seizures throughout the day, but is on the max amount of seizure medication that can be found consistently in his country.

In school and therapy he does a lot of sensory activities and is working on using his arms for purposeful movement. He has a stander that he likes to use while playing his toy piano. He doesn’t have an advanced way to communicate yet as he is blind and doesn’t have much
purposeful movement but he does let us know when he is happy, mad, or would like
something. He mostly only gets fussy sometimes at night time when he wants to be rocked to
sleep, when he has to take baths, or when he thinks his food is too spicy.

Christian

Boy, Age: 4
Country Code: LA-4
Cerebral Palsy, history of Epilepsy, possible visual impairment
Listed: Dec 2023
$2,548.00
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Christian is a handsome boy, calm and very adorable with his beautiful smile. He often falls asleep. He is sensitive to noise. He jumps and cries when he is picked up to change position. Nevertheless, he likes to listen to music, he likes to be rocked and he likes when people communicate with him.

At school, he progresses slowly with his sensory exercises which he likes and are helping him to stay awake longer than before. In therapy, he works on functional mobility, which helps him raise his hand to touch an object. He has consistently shown slight improvement in engagement with increased stimuli. He is responding more to toys and people by raising his head, laughing, smiling, and keeping his eyes open.

Micah, Madelyn, Melanie, Morgan, & Mathias

Sibling Group
Ages: 16, 14, 9, 8, 5
Country Code: LA-2
Micah: No special needs, but the oldest – needs to be adopted with his younger siblings, prior to age 18, or he can’t be adopted.
Madelyn: Anemia
Melanie: ORTHOPEDICS begins management of clubfoot with the PONSETI method. Management with immobilizations change weekly until April 2022 when they perform surgical management. In February 2023 orthopedics made a diagnosis of right residual Cavus
Morgan: Mild cognitive delay- learning disorder; Language delays; ADD suspected
Mathias: Flat feet
Listed: Dec 2023
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These loving siblings are waiting for a family of their own! Contact the listing agency to learn more about this beautiful sibling group of five!

This sibling group is doing very well and are a very tight sibling group! Agency staff met them in August of 2023 and loved them! They also participated in winter hosting via another agency, and we’ve been told that they would do well in a family with other children around their ages.

** Micah, the eldest, is an easy-going boy. He has many friends and gets along very well with everyone. He is calm and kind.

** Madelyn loves her siblings and her friends. She is very sweet and has good manners. She would benefit from wearing glasses, however, she does not like to wear them. She tends to take on a caregiver role with her siblings.

** Melanie is very resilient. She was diagnosed with club foot in both legs. She has had many surgeries and is now wearing braces. She walks well and does not need the second surgery they thought they would have to do. Our staff saw her walking in person. She is a sweet girl who loves to play.

** Morgan is a very affectionate little girl. She loves puzzles. She works hard to keep up with her older siblings! Morgan has some cognitive delays and is the child who has the most needs out of all five of the kids.

** Mathias is an adorable little boy. He is very affectionate and loves on everyone he meets. He also loves to play.

We love seeing their smiling faces and hope their forever family see them soon. Mathias, Morgan, Melanie, Madelyn and Micah are loving siblings waiting for a family of their own! We’re really hoping to find a special family open to adopting all five of these kids together!

There is a $2,000 agency fee reduction for Mathias, Morgan, Melanie, Madelyn, and Micah’s adoption with the current listing agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available from the agency, based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Marco

Boy, Age: 11
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy
Cerebral Palsy
Listed: Dec 2023
Marco has a beautiful smile that lights up his face. Marco was born with cerebral palsy. He is trying so hard to walk. Be sure to watch his videos to see him moving. Marco loves to look at books. The listing agency has more information about Marco and his special needs!

VIDEOS:
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-marco1
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-marco2
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Marco’s adoption via the listing agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Maci, Marcel, and Milan

Sibling Group
Ages: 14, 11, 9
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Trauma History
Maci: Physical abuse, sexual harassment, and negligence by bio family; Mild depressive episode

Marcel: Physical abuse and negligence by bio family

Milan: None listed

Listed: Dec 2023
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Maci, Milan, and Marcel are a beautiful sibling group waiting for a loving forever family of their own! These siblings participated in a summer 2023 hosting program and still wait. The in-country team still talks to their host family regularly and knows these kids VERY well!

Additional information & pictures available from the listing agency.

Maci, born in March of 2009, is feminine and gets along very well with girls. She is described as smiley, friendly, a good friend, and empathetic. She is always ready and eager to help others. Maci needs to make everything suitable for everyone. She very much loves her siblings and has a great capacity to give love and care. She can search for help to resolve difficult situations. She loves to look good and likes using make-up and doing her hair. Sometimes learning is challenging for Maci, but her motivation allows her to overcome obstacles and persevere. She always wants to belong to something.

Milan, born in April of 2014, loves animals. She really likes taking care of them and pampering them. Milan is characterized by being playful, tender, empathetic, and loving. She is very close to her siblings and enjoys spending time with them. Her favorite activities are going to the farm, playing in the pool, and coloring. Sometimes it is difficult for her to make decisions. She must be motivated to learn to recognize those things that she likes and that make her feel good. You will always find her joking. To make her laugh, you need to tickle her a little.

Marcel, born in July of 2012, is a sweet, loving, disciplined child, eager to explore his environment and learn something new daily. One of the activities he most enjoys is building new objects and assembling Legos. He really likes learning new languages and about other cultures. Marcel is a very healthy boy. His favorite foods are fruits and salads. It is easy for him to relate and interact with others. He is expressive and friendly and knows how to recognize and express his needs.

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Maci, Milan, and Marcel’s adoption with the listing adoption agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available with the agency based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Maci, Milan, and Marcel have an additional $5,500 grant through Children Need Families; The adoption agency will allocate this grant. Maci, Milan, and Marcel also qualify for a RODS Heroes grant (RODS Applications are based on financial need)

Mariah

Girl, Age: 11
Country Code: LA-2
Cognitive delay; Bipolar disorder; ADHD
Listed: Dec 2023
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Mariah enjoys activities such as drawing, coloring, and painting. Her favorite activity is to make cards for her caretakers. At the time of her referral, she was learning to write. Mariah is a social, affectionate, and talkative girl who loves playing with her friends. They like to play dolls, hair, and play with dresses. Mariah likes stuffed animals, dolls, mermaids, unicorns, and dinosaurs. Her favorite colors are pink and green. She likes animals, especially chickens, dogs, cats, horses, cockroaches, and mice. She likes clothes, such as dresses and cute shoes. She loves running, dancing, drawing, swimming, acting, and watching SpongeBob. Mariah loves princesses, especially Ana and Elsa from Frozen. She is afraid of snakes, thunder, and darkness. When she grows up, Mariah would like to be a cook. We hope a loving family will see Mariah and all her potential. The adoption agency has additional information about her history to share.

VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-mariah1
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Mariah’s adoption with the listing agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Mariah needs a family with an approved home study to be able to move forward with adopting her.

James

Boy, Age: 12
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Trauma History
History of negligence and abandonment by bio family; Mild cognitive delay
Listed: Dec 2023
**** I am eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant ****
Grant funds depend on available funding; the link above, shows the current available amount!
To inquire about this child, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
This guy is another boy who was part of our hosting program this past summer, so we have a lot of photos we’d love to share with an interested family!

James is a smiley and adorable little boy who loves to play with cars and ride his bike. His foster mother describes him as cheerful and calm. He attends school and likes to draw and paint. He would like to be a firefighter when he grows up. He wants to put out fires, help people, and save people. James talks about being adopted. He hopes to be adopted and have a ‘parakeet on his shoulder.’ James has mild cognitive delays and a history of trauma. We hope a loving family sees what a treasure he is and fills him with love and encouragement

AUGUST 2023 HOSTING UPDATE: James is a boy who loves to dance. He is very outgoing, social, and extroverted. James gets along with adults and kids. He is a happy, spontaneous, and confident child. He is characterized by being a supportive child with his friends and being fun and very funny, in which he usually interacts appropriately with the people around him. He is characterized as a tender and sweet child. James is generally affectionate and expresses his love with hugs. He holds the adult’s hand to feel safe and guided. James follows instructions and completes the tasks assigned to him. He enjoys playing with peers, especially movement games that lead him to run and compete with others. He also enjoys activities in the open field, visiting the farm, going to the pool, and discovering new places. James wants to be a fireman or a policeman when he grows up! The in-country team said he is a fabulous kiddo with an older soul!

VIDEOS:
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-james01
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-james02
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $2,000 agency fee reduction for James’ adoption with the listing adoption agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances. James also has an additional $2,500 grant through Children Need Families; the listing adoption agency will allocate this grant.

Mae

Girl, Age: 2
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy
Cerebral Palsy; Significant neurodevelopmental delay, but showing significant progress; Recurrent broncho-obstructive symptoms; Fed by gastrostomy; Receiving comprehensive therapies
Listed: Dec 2023
$270.00
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!
Mae is a precious little girl! And we are so happy to have permission to share her sweet little face!

Agency staff met Mae in August of 2023. She is an adorable little girl! The listing agency has been told she is doing well in her current care center since our staff visited her, but they are continuing to wait for current videos to share.

January 2024 Update:The adoption agency recently raised money to buy her a walker. Her physical therapist believes she will be able to walk in the future. She is also off of her oxygen.

2024 VIDEO:
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-mae2024
Password: Adoptmaa

Dallas

Boy, Age: 11
Country Code: LA-2
Mild cognitive delay- learning delays
Listed: Dec 2023
**** I am eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant ****
Grant funds depend on available funding; the link above, shows the current available amount!
To inquire about this child, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
We are so happy to have permission to share Dallas’s pictures!

Dallas enjoys going to the park and eating ice cream. He lives with a foster family. Dallas likes to spend time with his foster family. He likes affection from people who are close to him. Dallas is an amazing boy who participated in a summer 2023 hosting program. He is calm, lovely, and talkative. This sweetheart of a boy has expressed his desire to be part of a family. He is respectful and helpful with household chores. The in country program director said he is AWESOME, and she’d bring him home herself if she had the room! The adoption agency has additional information and pictures.

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Dallas’ adoption with the listing adoption agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Dallas now has an additional $2,500 grant through Children Need Families; the listing adoption agency will allocate this grant.

Silas #

Boy, Age: 3
Primary Diagnosis: Hydrocephalus
Pfeiffer’s syndrome (suspected); internal hydrocephalus
Listed: Dec 2023
$100.00
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!
Silas has had genetic testing to rule out various genetic conditions. It is believed he has Pfeiffer’s syndrome. More extensive genetic testing that is not currently available in his location is needed to confirm the genetic diagnosis.

He walks independently, runs, climbs and descends stairs with support. He is interested in toys and will reach for them and play with them. His attention span with completing tasks continues to increase. He imitates syllables and words. He follows verbal directions and participates in games with peers. He is familiar with his environment and daily routine and interested in everything happening around him.

Gustav

Boy, Age: 7
Country Code: EE-4
Primary Diagnosis: Limb differences
congenital malformation, lumbar spinal disc herniation, ventriculoperitoneal shunting; dysfunction of the pelvic organs; deformity of the calf-paw joint 
Listed: Dec 2023
$630.00
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!
Gustav is in need of an surgery on his legs that will allow him to walk independently. His mental and speech development is almost age-appropriate and he loves playing with toys and other children.

Anne #

Girl, Age: 1
Spina Bifida, hydrocephalus-shunt placed
Listed: Dec 2023
$225.00
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!
Anne is delayed in all aspects of her development. She recently began eating from a spoon, and the NG tube was able to be removed. She enjoys attention from staff. She smiles when caregivers speak to her. She reaches and grabs objects, but is not yet playing with toys.

Vivian #

Girl, Age: 10
Primary Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy
Cerebral Palsy-unspecified; mild mental delays
Listed: Dec 2023
*** I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! ***
This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow, for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding. For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
Vivian was removed from her biological family at the age of  6 and placed in a group home. The director of the group home said that Vivian is one of the most sociable children at the group home. She states that she has seen improvements in all aspects of Vivian’s development since arriving at the group home. Vivian now communicates more confidently, and has become more independent. The group home staff works with Vivian on acquiring new skills. Vivian participates in sensory therapy, music therapy and occupational therapy. During summer months, she also participates in equine therapy.
Vivian walks, runs, jumps, squats, throws and kicks a ball, and goes up and down stairs. She uses a 3 finger grasp to hold a pencil, and has a developed pincer grasp for holding objects. She holds a spoon and fork correctly and can zip her winter coat. She can stack blocks, turn the pages of a book, and transfer liquids from one container to another. Her gross and fine motor skills are well-developed. Vivian talks and asks/answers questions. She follows directions, though she does need tasks broken down into smaller instructions. She’s familiar with the daily routine and has preferred caregivers that she looks forward to seeing. She plays with other children and alone. She has several baby dolls in her bedroom that she plays with. She needs repetition to learn new things. She is attending school, where she is working with specialists to improve learning gaps. Staff is working with her to improve all of her self-help skills. She feeds herself and is toilet trained.

Vernon #

Boy, Age: 4
Spina bifida; hydrocephalus- shunt; delays in all aspects of development
Listed: Dec 2023
$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!
Vernon crawls using his upper body. He plays with toys and interacts with familiar adults. He responds to his name by turning toward the person calling him.

Atticus, Natalie, and Ross #

Sibling Group
Ages: 12, 9, 10
Primary Diagnosis: ADHD, Behavior, Limb differences
Listed: Nov 2023
**** I am eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant ****
Grant funds depend on available funding; the link above, shows the current available amount!
To inquire about this child, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
Meet “A, N & R” – three siblings who are longing for a family where they can grow up loved and together. A is a 12-year-old boy who does well in school and gets along with others. He has vision loss in one eye, but that has not seemed to slow him down! His sister, N, just turned nine years old. She has diagnoses of a mild intellectual delay and minor behavioral issues. N is described as mobile and energetic. She enjoys playing with her classmates and while she may learn more slowly than her peers, she is making continual progress. Their brother, R, just turned ten years old. R likes to color, watch TV, and ride on scooters and bicycles. He has diagnoses of a mild intellectual delay and ADHD as well as a congenital foot deformity for which he has undergone some treatment.

Benedict

Boy, Age: 6
Country Code: LA-3
Primary Diagnosis: Genetic Condition (non-DS)
Marfan Syndrome, developmental delay, underweight, Respitory, Sinus Arrhythmia, visual disorders secondary to genetic disorder
Listed: Nov 2023
$25.00
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!
This little boy came into care at two months of age after being born premature and spending time in the hospital. Current testing is showing he has expected cognitive and motor development for his age. He seeks to learn and relate to his environment. He is sociable and communicative and expresses joy and affection. He requires medical attention and monitoring in the areas of cardiology, ophthalmology, and traumatology. This child needs a family so he can reach his full potential. He deserves a family willing to support his physical and ecotonal needs. He deserves to experience permanence, family closeness, security and belonging.

Liam #

Boy, Age: 3
Primary Diagnosis: Arthrogryposis
congenital multiplex arthrogryposis
Listed: Oct 2023
$53.50
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!
Liam works with a physical therapist every day. The PT also acts as a primary caregiver most days and is the adult that Liam is the most familiar with in the orphanage. Liam has recently gained head control and can now lift and hold up his head when on his stomach. He reaches for toys and other desired objects. He attends to toys and electronics (will focus on a video on a phone). He rolls to try to get to toys on a mat. He is very attentive to his environment. He drinks from a bottle and eats pureed foods from a spoon. He prefers fruit puree and other sweeter flavored foods. A team member who visited him said, “He is a lovable little guy who shows lots of potential and ability for emotional attachment.”

Merl #

Boy, Age: 9
Primary Diagnosis: Spina bifida
Listed: Oct 2023
$36.00
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!
Merl was moved to a group home in late 2022 and began attending school.

He can sit independently and crawls using his upper body. He independently navigate his environment in a wheelchair. Since having the opportunity to attend school, he has begun to process in his development. He is beginning to “catch up” to same age peers in several areas. He talks very well and understands what is said to him. He is described as, “positive, lively, sociable, compassionate, caring, and considerate to others.” He enjoys listening to music. He can navigate a tablet independently. He enjoys being around other children and being outside. He can name his friends and shows empathy toward the children with more severe disabilities that live in the home with him. He seeks out attention from adults. His report notes that he currently lives in two “different worlds”, as he attends school where he is exposed to a stimulating environment full of peers he can converse and interact with, but he resides in a group home where all the other children have much more significant disabilities.

Otto #

Boy, Age: 6
Listed: Oct 2023
$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!
He was born 3 months prematurely and spent one month hospitalized and one month in a center before being released to his family’s care.

In March 2022, an emergency call was received, and Otto was taken to the hospital. Life-saving measures were required. He was blue and had to be aspirated. He was severely malnourished and anemic. His legs and hands were frostbitten and necrotic and amputations had to be performed. He remained hospitalized for a month and then was released to the Center.

The child has amputated lower limbs below the knees. He is in the process of learning to walk with prostheses and with the help of a walker. He mainly moves in space on his knees and by crawling. In the way of kneeling and with his hands, he skillfully climbs on surfaces of different heights. The child does not have four fingers on his right hand, but he reaches and grabs larger objects with the help of his thumb, he has a tweezer grip with his left hand. He likes personal attention from an adult and expresses pleasure by smiling and laughing when teased. There are no indications of aggressive behavior.

Passive part of speech – does not understand, does not follow commands and instructions, does not address by name. Active part of speech – no meaningful word, does not form a sentence. Does not interact with peers.
Expresses pleasure (by smiling, laughing) only to a very familiar adult.
The primary wounds have healed. Prostheses are put on for several hours so that he can get used to them and accept them. He is put in a walker for about 4-5 hours. Moderate mental retardation. Condition after severe protein calorie malnutrition. He likes classes with a teacher, speech therapist, and music therapist.

The child lags behind developmentally; he does not speak. There is a need for complex rehabilitation – speech therapist, pedagogue, rehabilitator, and timely replacement of prostheses with growth. Team monitoring of the child’s health, physical and neuro-psychological development continues.

Addi

Girl, Age: 12
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Skin Condition
erythropoietic protoporphyria
Listed: Oct 2023
**** I am eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant ****
Grant funds depend on available funding; the link above, shows the current available amount!
To inquire about this child, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
The adoption agency staff met Addi in the fall of 2022. Addi is doing well in school. She loves her science class, and she wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Addi is very sweet. She likes to help others and is a good friend to others. Addi likes to take care of the other kids, especially the babies. She also likes stuffed animals. Contact the agency to learn more about Addi and her listed medical need!

VIDEO:
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-addi
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Addi’s adoption from the adoption agency. Additional agency fee reductions may be available from the agency based on the adoptive family’s circumstances. The agency also partners with the Brittany’s Hope Foundation for pay it forward grants, which are given out twice a year (January and July) to families that are matched with a child. Note that a family must raise funds in order to receive a Brittany’s Hope grant. A RODS HEROES Grant may also be available for Addi’s adoption.

Rosita

Girl, Age: 5
Country Code: LA-2
Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy-delayed motor skills; Cognitive delay; Language delay; Psychomotor delays; Neurodevelopmental disorder; Hearing loss on the right side; Umbilical hernia; Urinary incontinence
Listed: Oct 2023
$25.00
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!
Rosita is a sweet young girl waiting for a family of her own. We hope Rosita’s forever family sees her while she’s still so young! Contact the agency to learn more about Rosita and her listed medical needs!

VIDEOS:

https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-rosita
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-rosita1
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-rosita02
Password: Adoptmaa

Agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Channing

Boy, Age: 12
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: ADHD, Trauma History
History of abuse; ADHD; History of oppositional defiant disorder
Listed: Oct 2023
**** I am eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant ****
Grant funds depend on available funding; the link above, shows the current available amount!
To inquire about this child, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
Channing is a talented boy, born in December of 2011, with many interests. He likes to play with Legos, create Origami, and play soccer. He is a waiting child hoping for the love and stability of a family of his own. Contact the agency to learn more about Channing and his listed needs!

NEWER VIDEOS:

https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-channingupdate
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-channingupdate

The agency has several older videos available, too.
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $2000 agency fee reduction for Channing’s adoption. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Alfie

Boy, Age: 5
Country Code: LA-2
Secondary ventilatory failure: bacterial pulmonary co-infection-bronchopneumonia, severe persistent broncho obstructive syndrome exacerbated secondary to: aspirative neuropathy (gastroesophageal reflux disease and swallowing disorder) sequelae of bronchopulmonary dysplasia, sequelae of bronchiolitis, small ductus arteriosus without hemodynamic repercussion, mild pulmonary hypertension, symptomatic focal epilepsy, global developmental delay with hearing loss
Listed: Oct 2023
$450.00
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!
Alfie is a young boy boy who shows interest in sounds and stimulation with mechanical objects. He is responsive and turns and looks towards the person who is talking to him. He engages in vocal exchanges emitting cooing. He responds with a smile when his name is called. He acquires strength through painting workshops for motor stimulation. Contact the agency to learn more about Alfie and his medical needs!

https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-alfie
Password: Adoptmaa

Agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Christopher

Boy, Age: 7
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Autism, Speech Delay
Language delay; Autism
Listed: Oct 2023
$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!
Christopher is a precious little boy waiting for a family of his own. Contact the agency to learn more about Christopher and his listed needs.

Agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Clay

Boy, Age: 4
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Deaf / HoH
Profoundly deaf; born premature at 28 weeks old and was hospitalized for 81 days for neonatal sepsis for pneumonia and Steven Johnson syndrome
Listed: Oct 2023
$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!
Clay likes to play with car wheels and watch them turn. He enjoys games where you have to assemble and disassemble cars. His favorite toys are those with lights and he loves to wear shoes that light up when he walks and runs. Clay is independent and expresses himself through gestures and sounds.

VIDEOS:

https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-clay1
https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-clay02

Password: Adoptmaa

Agency fee reductions may be available for Clay’s adoption based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Rosie

Girl, Age: 14
Country Code: LA-2
Primary Diagnosis: Blind / VI
language delay; psychomotor delay; congenital post-infectious encephalopathy; anophthalmia of right eye; Microphthalmia of left eye
Listed: Oct 2023
$45.90
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!
Rosie is a beautiful girl, born in April 2009, waiting for a family of her own. Contact the adoption agency to learn more about Rosie and her listed special needs.

VIDEO: https://vimeo.com/maaspecialkids/maa-rosie1
Password: Adoptmaa

There is a $500 agency fee reduction for Rosie’s adoption. Additional agency fee reductions may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances.

Seda

Girl, Age: 6
Country Code: EE-4
Primary Diagnosis: Down syndrome
Listed: Sep 2023
*** I am eligible for an additional $5,000 Grant from Reece’s Rainbow! Through 2024, children with Down syndrome ages 6-9 are eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant! ***
*** I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! ***
This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow, for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding. For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
This country only provides limited information upfront on waiting children.

Lucine

Girl, Age: 6
Country Code: EE-4
Primary Diagnosis: Down syndrome
Listed: Sep 2023
*** I am eligible for an additional $5,000 Grant from Reece’s Rainbow! Through 2024, children with Down syndrome ages 6-9 are eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant! ***
*** I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! ***
This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow, for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding. For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
This country only provides limited information upfront on waiting children.

Yeva

Girl, Age: 6
Country Code: EE-4
Primary Diagnosis: Down syndrome
Listed: Sep 2023
*** I am eligible for an additional $5,000 Grant from Reece’s Rainbow! Through 2024, children with Down syndrome ages 6-9 are eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant! ***
*** I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! ***
This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow, for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding. For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
This country only provides limited information upfront on waiting children.

Monte

Boy, Age: 7
Country Code: EE-4
Primary Diagnosis: Down syndrome
Listed: May 2023
*** I am eligible for an additional $5,000 Grant from Reece’s Rainbow! Through 2024, children with Down syndrome ages 6-9 are eligible for a $5000 Older Child Grant! ***
*** I am eligible for a $2,000 Grant! ***
This grant is offered by Reece’s Rainbow, for children in this specific country. Grant funds are dependent on available funding. For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
This country only provides limited information upfront on waiting children.