Rebekah

Girl, Age: 11
Listed: Jul 2019
$5.00
has been donated towards the cost of my adoption!

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Rebekah is blind, and has significant delays in speech and motor development. She can easily become overstimulated. She enjoys listening to music and receiving hugs from the “aunties” at her children’s home.

The adoption agency has more detailed information on this child that they can share with potential families.

Mateo

Boy, Age: 14
Listed: Jul 2019
$5.00
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Mateo received physical therapy to help develop muscle tone and coordination. He attends a local school and receives support from a private instructor. Mateo enjoys using his iPad, being read to, and spending time outside.

The adoption agency has more detailed information on this child that they can share with potential families.

Lucia

Girl, Age: 8
Cornelia de lange syndrome
Listed: Jul 2019
$1,183.60
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Lucia has a diagnosis of Cornelia de lange syndrome, which causes developmental delays. She continues to make great progress with therapy. She enjoys playing with her favorite doll, and all food.

The adoption agency has more detailed information on this child that they can share with potential families.

Joey

Boy, Age: 16
Listed: Oct 2016
*** I am eligible for a $15,000 Older Child Grant! For more information, email childinquiry@reecesrainbow.org ***
Joey was left in the hospital at birth. He is cleared for adoption and has been waiting for SO very long! He has lived in the same children’s home since he was an infant. He attends a school for children with special needs in the community. Joey sounds like an active guy — he enjoys riding bikes, jumping on the trampoline, and running games. He’s not a picky eater, and especially likes sweets.

Additional pictures available.

James

Boy, Age: 11
Blind in one eye, autism
Listed: Jul 2019
$1,304.95
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James is receiving therapy to help him develop his communication and interpersonal skills. He loves to swim, swing, and play with his special stuffed animals. He loves chicken noodle soup, plantains, and anything sweet.

The adoption agency has more detailed information on this child that they can share with potential families.

Diana

Girl, Age: 11
Cerebral Palsy, cognitive delays
Listed: Jul 2019
$13.50
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Diana was born to a teenage mother who felt unable to give her the attention and stability she needed. Diana is unable to speak, but communicates non-verbally. Diana enjoys being outside, bath time, and hand massages.

The adoption agency has more detailed information on this child that they can share with potential families.

5 Siblings

Sibling Group
Ages: 9
Youngest brother has a speech & language delay
Listed: Sep 2017
$1,052.68
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A group of five siblings from Latin America, born between 2006 and 2012 years old, have a close relationship to one another. They all attend school and it is noted that they are well integrated and adapted in their classrooms and have good relationships with their teachers and peers. A recent update indicates that they all love to go to the beach, are playful and outgoing.  Ages listed below are from 2017.

The eldest sister, D, likes school and enjoys painting and drawing. She has good interactions with others and known as an empathetic, resilient and independent young girl. She enjoys playing in groups and shows leadership skills in playful activities.

Brother O is known as a well-adjusted nine year old boy with an extroverted personality. He does well academically and is especially good at math. O enjoys playing soccer and plays three times a week. He is described as having highly developed social skills and no concerns with his development.

Sister MB is eight years old and described as well adjusted. Despite being rather shy, MB likes to play with peers and participate in group activities. She is very close to her siblings, especially her younger sister FR. MB likes to play together with FR and the sisters frequently check on each other. She has strabismus but is otherwise healthy. It is noted that she does well academically.

Seven year old FR is artistic and likes to play sports. She seeks affection appropriately from others. She has good skills in matching and has a good attention span. FR has no known medical needs.

Baby brother L is five years old and likes to play games with his peers. He has good independent living skills such as feeding himself and getting dressed. He has a speech & language delay. The agency has additional information and a recent video of their contagious laughter.