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AARONZ, male, DOB: 11/2013 SN Complex CHD
Wee AARONZ weighs in at a very tiny 5.5 kg (9.4lbs) at one year in age. This tiny guy has a complex heart condition and it has been determined that surgery is not available in his home country to help him. Aaronz desperately needs a family to step out in faith and bring him home quickly. His reports indicate that he has peripheral edema and we can only assume all of his reserves are being used to try to just stay alive at this point. We hope to help a family expedite his adoption!
BAILEYWIX, male, DOB 5/2011 SN microtia with hearing loss (Partnership File)
Aaaaah! Look at this smile. This is Baileywix and he is a bundle of adorable.
Baileywix is a charming little boy who has been blessed with very good care. He is full of personality and curiousity. He may seem somber in his file photos but that is not his general disposition. Enough cannot be said about this bright eyed and busy little boy who is completely endearing. His official file is old and an update has been requested but rest assured he is capable and while diminished, has hearing. An excellent resource to learn more about microtia is http://earcommunity.com/
BENTLY, male, DOB 7/2013 SN: low birth weight, possible premature birth, delayed physical development.
It is likely that Baby Bentley will grow up sharing his birthday cake with America. Our Yankee Doodle Boy has a report written in March 2014 when he was only 8 months old. A current glimpse into his development has been requested but now yet received. Bentley came to his SWI when he was estimated to be a week old. Birth information is not known but from his low weight and development it was possible he was born prematurely. He loves to have people play with him and “bask in the outdoors”. He can follow sounds and has also learned to throw his toys when he wants to make his wishes known. He is also described as curious and active.
Bentley’s reports share:
On admission, he had normal development, average nutrition, clear breathing sound, HR 120 bpm, in order, R 50 times/min. He was 2 kg in weight, 46 cm in height, 36 cm in head size and 34 cm in chest size, was possibility of low birth weight premature.
On Mar.4,2014, he took PE in he is 19 kg in weight, 107 cm in height, 47 cm in head size and 55 cm in chest size, delayed physical development.
He has normal mental development, Bentley was 1 month old when admitted, he has good grasp reflex, loud cry, his neck keep backward and stiff, often keep a fist, has good grasp strength. At the age of 3 months, he can kick quilt, likes to put his hand in his mouth, likes adults talk to him, he would stare at caretaker, make sounds of “gu gu” for response, he cries most loudly when hungry. At the age of 5 months, Bentley is always curious, splash water to play when taking bath, sometimes fight with other kids for attention and toys; his arms and legs are flexible, playing alone on his crib, turn his head when being called, throw toys for attention when unhappy; kick his feet when angry, laugh out loud when happy, can pronounce words with single syllable; he likes playing clap game with caretaker, make sounds of “Ahah} when caretaker speak to him. Currently, Bentley can not sit without help, need to be aided on his back, likes caretaker take him to play and bask outdoors, likes playing toys in the activity room, observe toys given to him, sometimes licks, not afraid of strangers, sing songs and pat him could make him quiet.
Bentley has good physical condition, has not been found to have food or medicine allergy.
Social Welfare Institution
March 20, 2014
BRINX, male, DOB 11/2012 SN post-operative congenital anal atresia (CHI Partnership file, Special Focus designation)
Brinx has a million dollar smile. He is noted to be “smart, cute and strong”. He entered his orphanage when he was approximately 2 months old. He had already had surgical scars but nothing of his initial surgery is known. He has had additional surgery since his admission. Video has been requested.
Brinx’ reports from September 2014 share:
Brinx was thin and small when admitting to Baobao class. Under the excellent care by the grandmother and nurturer, now he is smart and cute, also he is strong. Now he can walk in the activity room, can squat down and pick up toys on the mat, likes toys with button. He can call “bababa” if seeing the nurturer giving biscuits to other kid, can hold the biscuits with his fingers, will cry if seeing other kid drinking milk; can sit up and drink milk himself, then play toys after drinking. His staple food is egg, noodles, porridge and milk, supplemented with biscuits, bread and fruits. He can walk to nurturer for dinner with smiling. He is afraid of bathing, needs comforting. He is not scared if mom at his side.He is smart and cute. We hope he would be adopted soon, have a happy family and grow up healthily.
BRITTAN, DOB: 12/2006, male, SN: mild right side hemiplasia, medication controlled epilepsy
Brittan may look somber in his file photos but when a team from Children’s House International met him in April 2014, he was quite the smiler. That smile reached right into the team and shook them smitten! He cheerfully recited a poem and could even speak some English. Brittan apparently likes to be a leader and pretend like he is the teacher. He is described to be intelligent and naturally curious by his caregivers but he has carried the label of “delayed mental development” since an intelligence test give to him when he was 8 months old. CT scans in 2007 showed he had suffered a subdural hematoma. A second CT scan in 2009 found no signs of hematoma. He does have an difference in his sleeping EEG and also his CT scan of the brain. He was admitted to his SWI when he was about a month old. Children like Birttan are exactly why Journey of Hope camps are so vital. In this case, the “on paper” description doesn’t do justice to the “live in action” reality.
Brittan’s reports share:
After admission the doctor on duty named him and did PE for him: 3.9 kg in weight 54 cm in height, 39cm in head size, he has pale face and mild stained yellow, mild nystagmus of both eyes, fast heart rate, SM level II could be found between 2-3rd rib of sternum. Suspected diagnosis: 1) reason for twitching needed to be found, intracranial hemorrhage; 2) reason for stained yellow needed to be found; 3) CHD wait to be excluded
Brittan has a sound sleep, he takes shower once a day, can take off clothes and take shower without help. Since his hemiplegia of right body limiting his right hand and foot, he often has meals and writes with left hand, his right hand just supplement to left hand with simple actions, his right leg is inconvenience, runs with tiptoeing right hand. Brittan can speak fluently, can communicate normally with teachers and classmates, would ask “What is this” initially, curious about anything. Brittan is hospitable to loving people who come to visit, he would show his room to guests, and is polite to them. At home, Brittan can take on responsibility to help other kids collect toys, and take younger siblings to play. Currently, Brittan studies in the senior class of kindergarten, teachers evaluates him as enthusiastic, active, but sometimes break rules, likes walking around. In terms of studying, Brittan knows reading and writing of 1-10, can do additions within 10.
At the age of 8 months, ZHU ZHAO took mental test in General Hospital which shows: delayed mental development, stiff of right body, advise to strengthen on right upper limb rehabilitation training and early education. Aimed at his twitching, he took cranium CT in Fuzhou General Hospital of Nanjing Military Area on Aug.5,2007, which shows: chronic subdural hematoma of left side and cerebral atrophy of left side and expansion of left lateral ventricle. He took CT exam in X-ray Department of Provincial Hospital on Jan.1,2009, which shows: 1.No obvious hematoma signs in the cranium;2. Decreased of left frontal, temporal and parietal lobe, encephalomalacia nidus and partially cerebral atrophy? He took EEG in Provincial Hospital of Fujian on May 5,2009 which shows: Abnormal drug-induced sleep EEG. Details see the medical report. 3 months after admission, Brittan had no heart murmur in heart auscultation, so CHD was excluded. Brittan has not taken vaccinations. He still takes Phenobarbital, his twitching is basically controlled. Currently, he is 111 cm in height, 18 kg in weight, 46 cm in head size, 52 cm in chest size and has 18 teeth, began to grow permanent teeth for 4 teeth. Brittan’s current diagnosis is hemiplegia of right body, epilepsy and delayed mental development.
Brittan is a curious and cute boy, we hope he could be adopted by foreign family, give him better treatment and rehabilitation, allow him to grow happily and have a bright future.
Children’s Welfare Institute
BRUNSWIX, DOB 03/2013; PHIMOSIS, UMBILICAL HERNIA, HYPOSPADIAS, PO ANAL ATRESIA (PARTNERSHIP FILE)
Carolan, DOB Dec. 2002: Post operative meningocele, right ATL
Smiling and smart Carolan was found when she was only a few months old and has lived her entire life at her SWI. Carolan was made available for international adoption in 2009. She is a very expressive little girl who is described as friendly, warm and curious. She gets along well with other children. Even after waiting for FIVE YEARS for a family to step forward to adopt her Carolan is full of ambition. Many children would be crushed under the weight of this disappointment. Carolan is still hopeful there is a family waiting to find her and we hope we will be the agency who brings her family to her! Carolan loves to be praised and is always ready to offer a helping hand.
She gets along with others well and adapted to new environment quickly; she is happy to stay with caretaker and teacher, respond to the order from adult, answer the questions and good at imitation of language and motion, has good learning ability; she is absorbed in what she like and put up relating questions, likes to play toys and imitate the hand gesture.
While Carolan is able to walk with the assistance of a walker and recent photos show a girl who desperately needs her right leg attended to by an orthopedist.
CASPAR, DOB: 7/2012 SN: arthrogryposis multiplex affecting his lower limbs
Caspar is described as a timid and shy boy who has very good manual dexterity. Caspar is able to speak in short sentences and understands instructions from his nannies. Caspar is often ill with respirtory infections and may have undiagnosed or untreated allergies or asthma. His daily performance is good, usually is quite, and rarely crying, he will watch quietly aside when aunts are doing things. He knew people, and will be flighty while meeting familiar aunts, but he will be cute while meeting unfamiliar aunts. He will shake his head when rejects people. He likes being hugged by people, likes being touched his fingers by aunts, and likes plush toys. He doesn’t like strangers, afraid of strangers. YU AI CHENG is in weak constitutions, is easily got ill, when he has fever, WBC is easily high.
CHARMIAN, female, DOB 7/2012 SN CHD (aortic stenosis), delayed development
Charmian means “delight” or “little joy”. One look at this cheerful full faced smile, along with a review of her file, and it becomes quickly evident that this child is filled with joy and is indeed delightful! Charmian entered her SWI when she over one year old and at that time her nutrition was recorded as poor but she has been able to eat well and is now reported to be robust and rosy cheeked. Charmian adores going outside and playing with her toys. She also loves to be cuddled and sung to. She is utterly endearing.
Charmian’s reports from when she was 23 months old also share:
When admitted to the SWI she was one year old. She had less hair, thin body, bad spirit and always cried lowly. After the physical examination the doctor told us her nutrition was not enough, so her physical development and motional ability was delayed compared to other normal kids of her age. For her enough nutrition, the nurturers fed her carefully with less intake and more meals. Her physical condition was turning better.
She was arranged in “infant parenting project” of American Half-sky Fund on Oct 30 2013. She had her own cuddling mom but did not have much reaction when mom call her name. The bonding and attachment was built between mom and Charmian after a period of time. She liked staying with mom, could respond to her name, could wait at the door for mom’s coming to work.
Now she is almost 2years old and her heart disease is not severe. She usually does not show quick breathing. Sometimes she likes playing with toys alone quietly. She can crawl, can walk for a distance with holding something for support, could turn back if being called, could crawl to mom for the feeding. She speaks less, can speak “yiyiyaya”, can not yet call mom. We will strengthen the training on her motion and language.
Personality and sociality
She is quiet and ready to smile, likes colorful toys, likes being cuddled and singing to her, also likes mom taking her outdoor to breathe fresh air.
Jun 23, 2014
EASTWIX, male, DOB 2/2012 SN brain scan difference (partnership file}
Eastwix is awesome! He getting ready to celebrate his birthday #3 during the Chinese Spring Festival. Won’t that be fun with firecrackers and fun foods to share? What would be even more to celebrate would be a family coming in time for birthday #4. Eastwix is most keen on running free in the outdoors and interacting with all that outdoor fun has to offer him. “He likes playing outdoor, can speak “car” loudly if seeing it. He likes sliding and swing, also can pick the leaves, can clap happily if seeing the fish in the pool. He likes playing sand, can put the sand in the car.” Can you imagine his joy zrooming his cars around in a local sandpile or at the beach?
Eastwix is in an orphanage that has a partnership with Children’s House International. His reports are from 6/2014 and new updates and video has been requested and is anxiously awaiting to be received.
His reports also share:
Eastwix can walk around, can find the toy to play with, can get on and off the wooden horse, can ride the four-wheel chair, can push the toy cars, likes playing hide and seek with nurturer, can clean his nose and mouth with towel, likes playing in the wooden house and open the window. Sometimes he can walk around the wooden house, can clap on the table, can sit at the table, can hold the spoon to eat, can put milk bottle back, also likes imitating the nurturer picking the toys up.
He likes playing outdoor, can speak “car” loudly if seeing it. He likes sliding and swing, also can pick the leaves, can clap happily if seeing the fish in the pool. He likes playing sand, can put the sand in the car. Recently he can use the potty under the hint. Now he can have steamed egg, porridge; supplemented with biscuits and bread.
He is handsome and lovely. We hope he can be adopted soon, have a happy family with loving dad and mom and grow up happily.
ELDON, male, DOB 8/2013 SN post-operative anal atresia, left had difference, bilateral microtia
Oh that elfish, impish little Eldon! He is a happy and active. He also has the gift of being “optimistic” according to his caregivers. How about that! Eldon has bilateral microtia but the degree is not stated and the photos aren’t clear either. His hearing ability also isn’t addressed. Video has been requested but has not yet arrived. He was admitted to his SWI when he was a newborn.
Eldon’s reports from 8/2014, when he was 12 months old, share:
On admission, the child was as thin as a lath. After his 2nd operation the child went back to this institute and has become a handsome male infant, totally different from the appearance of when admitted. When the nurse does to receive him, it seems that he knows it. He is quiet in his chair when he is the car, sometimes he will make sounds, sometimes he will dance with joy, this makes the child very lovely.
The child finished his 3 stage operation, now his intestinal function recovered to be normal, the child can eat and sleep well, and the child is very strong. When you can look his photo you see: big eyes and with bright piercing eyes, bright skin, fat body, he is happy, active and optimistic every day. He likes to sit on the blanket to play and he can roll over freely. Sometimes he will sit but sometimes he will crawl, he can hold the table to stand, when the child is happy he will shout aloud, sometimes he will keep pronouncing sound, it seems that he is singing,
When Eldon is lying on the chair, it you use something to cover his eyes, he will drag the thing away angrily, then he will smile to you. It seems that he is stating that he was successful. If his body is not clean, he will make sign that he wants to bathe, when placed in water, he will pat the water with his hands and feet, then after while he make the water off, and he likes playing water when he is bathing.
EMANNUELLE, BN 12/2012, SN congenital left down limb missing, congenital left upper limb missing, anal atresia
Tiny Emmanuelle was found when she was only 7 days old. The police station settled her in a resident’s temporarily and failed to find her parent after lots of research. Emmanuelle has suffered from malnutrition since being placed in the orphanage. She is a quiet baby who understands directions though she does not yet speak. She understands what NO means and understands when she is being praised. Emmanuelle has received repair surgery for her anal atresia. She has good manual dexterity and a good appetite and is not a picky eater. Emmanuelle is afraid of strangers but has a ready smile for her Nannies.
FELIPA, female, DOB 8/2009 SN ESTROPIA, SLOW MOTOR REFLEXES
FILIPA was about 10 months old when she was found abandoned at the gate of the hospital. She was placed in a foster family shortly after she was found. Filipa had low muscle tone and was not even able to raise her head. She was withdrawn. Gradually she began to respond to her caregivers and is now a shy girl who is prone to be sick and weak during the summertime. Filipa has some blood work abnormalities that are currently under review. At three years of age she was able to play with other children, point to her body parts, and feed herself. She is currently prone to getting a cold and cough and likes watching TV while sitting close to her foster mother. She is still afraid of strangers and is described as “quiet, shy, and introverted”. At last report she was still unable to walk independently and was not speaking though her receptive speech appears to be very good. Filipa has had a CT scan and has no brain abnormalities.
GIDEON, male, DOB 8/2012 SN Bilateral Cleft Lip/Palate After Repair, Hypospasias
Gideon was abandoned shortly after birth outside the gate of the medicinal plant garden. He was sent to the SWI to be raised. Gideon was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. He also was missing his nasal septum. Gideon had his lip, palate and nose repaired in January 2014. He was still categorized as moderately malnourished at that time. His development was also categorized as delayed. We know that at 8 months of age he could sit up on his own, at 16 months of age he could crawl and stand stably. At 16 months of age Gideon could imitate words and had a ready smile. For more information about cleft lip and palate you can go to:
Gideon loves music and playing with toys. He loves to be part of the crowd and to play outside. In foster family, his favorite person is grandma.
GISELLE, female, DOB 6/2006 SN CP
Giselle is an active little girl who is quick to smile! She was found at four years of age after she was abandoned at a hospital. She was only about 25lbs and was only able to walk a few steps. The doctors could not find any physical abnormalities so she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and central coordination disorder. Giselle was placed directly into a foster family who gave her intensive care and feeding.
Giselle gained strength quickly under the care of the foster family and within six month she could walk more stably with orthopedic shoes. She is able to change her own clothing and knows from facial expressions whether someone is happy or angry. Giselle is fond of music and enjoys watching cartoons. She is quick to react and is energetic. She loves playing games but can be impatient. Giselle especially loves going places with colorful lights and music.
HAMILL, DOB: 04/2011, male, SN: Repaired CHD, Repaired Cleft Lip/Palate
Who is ready for this bundle of fun? It is obvious from his reports that Hamill is a delight to his caretakers. He is described as “active, smart, cute and sunshine boy”. Hamill loves cars of all types from little push cars to big ride on cars. He will pout if he wants his way, but even this is described as “very cute”! Hamill loves to draw and asks every day if he can have pen and paper and will make drawings for each of the caretakers. He loves to sing and dance and shake his body. He gets along well with the other children and likes to play group games.
Hamill is a loving boy who offers help to younger children in the SWI and likes to assist in feeding the infants. He is able to feed himself and dress and undress. Hamill takes his dishes to the sink after he eats and is potty trained. This little ray of sunshine is inquisitive and asks many questions about everything he sees. He remembers what he is told and will tell the other children the next time he sees the same object. Hamill has good social adaptability and is able to express himself well despite his cleft lip and palate. He is working hard to have correct pronunciation. Hamill will make a fantastic addition to any family!
HARWIX, DOB 5/2008, BRAIN UNDERDEVELOPMENT (partnership file),h/3>
We have requested a much needed update for Harwix as his file was last updated in 2012. Harwix was one month old at the time of admission to the SWI. He is living currently in a foster home and is an active and talkative little boy.
HEMMING, PENDING DOB: 08/2012, male, SN: CHD
Hemming was abandoned when he was just one month old, now we seem dressed in pink but don’t let that deter you for he is all BOY. His big bright eyes are sure to stop you in your tracks! Hemming can’t sit or crawl yet but he loves rocking chairs and making lots of noise with his toys. Hemming seems to be right handed, as he prefers to hold his bottle with his right hand.
Hemming struggles to have enough energy to crawl.
Hemming loves the sound of music and can’t wait to learn to dance, for now he shakes his feet to the sound of music and lights the room up with his shinning smile. He recognizes his caretakers and sometimes cries when he sees strangers. Hemming needs a mommy to scoop him up and comfort him from his fears and tell him everything will be OK.
His nannies report that he is a cute and active boy. They hope to find him a family who will love him and give him a happy childhood. They believe he could bring more happiness to his future family.
HELSA, DOB: 09/2012, female, SN: Spina Bifida
Helsa was abandoned when she was about two weeks old. She was born with a spinal meningocele at the L5 level. She was very weak and her meningocele was ulcerated and infected. She underwent repair of her lesion in October of 2012. She has received several months of rehabilitation treatment and is now stronger. She is able to sit up on her own and crawl.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMI_CCE-jp0 Helsa is learning to walk and does very well with the aid of a walker. She lands properly on her feet!
She is able to feed herself finger foods and is becoming much more animated in her personality. Helsa becomes joyful and excited when she is offered a favorite toy. This lovely, big eyed girl is cute and obedient. In an L5 level most of the nerve impulses to muscles are intact except for some small muscles inside the foot and most sensation is intact except the sensation betwooen the first and second toes. While Helsa is too young to determine if she will have issues with continence but her prospects for independent walking is very good! 75% of children with SB have average or above average intelligence.
HOZANNA, female, DOB 10/2008 SN Global Developmental Delay, potentially due to mild CP (partnership file)
Hozanna is described by those who care for her as, “gentle, likes playing games and various sports, can understand simple direction, occasionally cries and does not go to school but is educated in the institute due to her simple cognitive ability.” Hozanna shows no differences in her brain scan but does have global delays. The reason for those delays is unknown. She is able to stand and walk with the help of a walker. She was admitted to her SWI when she was estimated to be 2 years old.
You can see her sweet little self in the following video link taken in summer 2014.
ISREAL, DOB 11/2013, SN arthrogryposis
Sweet little Isreal is cute and obedient. He is attached to his caregivers and will give them a big smile when they come to get him from his crib. He responds to his name and although he is currently unable to bend his joints he will play with toys and makes happy sounds. Last March Isreal underwent casting to correct his club feet. He is quiet around strangers but very rich in his expressions. He is described as a “fat, sunshine and handsome boy, he likes interacting with others, when the caretakers scratch his armpit, he can giggle. He can use laughter and babble to tease the caretaker, he can change from lying on back into lying stomach. Lying on back-rolling to side-raise up hip-legs place low, use arms to place close his chest, lower down the center of gravity-lying on stomach, he can complete once. When lying on stomach, the child can support the cushion with chest and abdomen, can stretch arms, raise up head, visually follow rolling colorful ball on the blanket, when the child is tired he can lie down; when lying on back on the cushion he can roll over from left to right, he can use arms to pat the toy shelf which place in front of him, he can pat the toys to make sound, and he can place his legs up to the toy shelf, can use feet to kick the toy, when the toys make sound, he can giggle. When top on the toy to his hand, he can shake forearm to make the toy to make sound, he can at the toy to the blanket to make sound. When sitting leaning on something, he can use lower arms to beat the cushion. To decrease his contracture of his joints, the rehabilitation doctor went on professional rehabilitation. The child is very clever, when called he can turn around to seek for sound, his head and eyes can follow the toys to turn, can communicate with sight, can understand the face of caretakers, when teased by caretakers, he can laugh happily, when criticized he will be unhappy and it seems that he will cry. When the weather is fine, the caretaker will cuddle him outside to bask, the caretaker will tell him the red is flowers, the green is grass, although he can not understand, he can wave arms to touch the plants, he has smile.
JOLLEY, BN 12/20012, SN Cerebral dysplasia
On admission Jolley was about 3 months old and was diagnosed with cerebral dysplasia. This diagnosis was not confirmed with any CT scan and his head circumference was within normal range. His report states: “After take good care of him, now he is fat and white, looks lovely. So they give a nickname “piggy” to him. After he came here he never vomit the milk and has good appetite. He has a regular life. He can walk lean on the bed, hold his one hand he can walk stable, but he can not walk alone. He is an obedient child and it’s hard to see him cry.He is very easygoing. He like play toys with other children on the carpet. If someone grab his toy he will just find another toy. He would make the sound “gegege” when people tease him. When he was smiling his eyes will narrowed into a crack and very cute. He like neat and tidy, like take bathe. When you washes his feet or rubs his back he will has enjoy expression.” Jolley had a developmental assessment at 18 months of age that shows he has mild delays in some areas. It also states he was not cooperative with the testing so that could also effect his scores!
KENNEWIX, male, DOB 11/2012 SN muscle force of limbs weakened (partnership file)
Kennewix has a distinquishing haircut. It is loosely translated to “Peach Head” and is said to show he is a favored child. It’s a given that it is awfully endearing. Kennewix apparently had a rough start as when he was found and admitted to his SWI when he was estimated to be 9 months old, he was thin and small. With lots of nutrition and care he is flourishing. His file was compiled when he was 19 months old and updated information and video has been requested. So much can happen in 7 months when you are barely two years old!
Kennewix is in an orphanage that has a partnership with Children’s House International. His reports also share:
Kennewix has a diagnosis of “muscle force of limbs weakened”. When he came to the baby class, he was thin and short. Under the excellent care of grandmother and the caretaker, now he becomes stronger, and more cute.
Now he can sit on the cushion steadily, and can hold his head well; he can hold the feeding bottle with hands for drinking; he can turn his head over to locate when called by the aunt; he is very happy to meet the aunt; he likes to watch other children playing; when he sees that other children are playing, he would wave his hands and stamp his legs happily, while making sounds of en en ya ya; he likes the toys which can make sound; when the aunt takes a toy which can make sound for him and plays with him, he is so happy.
He likes to take a bath; when the aunt takes a bath for him, he can beat the water and splash, then smiles at you.
Now he also can have steamed egg, noodle and porridge, also can eat biscuit.
We sincerely hope that he will be adopted as soon as possible, have a happy family, have father and mother who love him and grow up happily and healthily.
KINGZTON, DOB 7/2009, SN post operative anal atresia (partnership file)
Kingzton is all boy! He enjoys sports of all types and is described as normal in intelligence, motor skills and health. This handsome boy was diagnosed with anal atresia as an infant and underwent successful surgery. He is now just waiting for a home where he can grow and thrive!
KIRKLIN, male, DOB 6/2010 SN Nephrotic Syndrome
Kirklin’s Video is Adorable!
Kirklin is a new assignment to Children’s House International with a partner agency. He has a classic bowl haircut that along with his grin will have you smiling. Kirklin’s official diagnosis is nephrotic syndrome and the following link is a good place to start with learning about his possible needs.
It also appears from his video and photos that Kirklin may have some vision and/or eye issues but that is not noted in his file. http://youtu.be/ShWNYQI4N84
How this issue affects him in his development is unknown. He really needs a family as specialized care in an orphanage is not common. His reports share:
Kirklin is extrovert, obstinate sometimes, fond of playing games with staffs, fond of listening to music, smiles and claps his hands when hearing music. He runs around when throwing a temper tantrum, runs to outside again after finding him, cries loudly but if you give him some snacks could comfort him. He can say hello to strangers with enthusiasm and smile to strangers. He has good adaptability.
He had a physical exam on Aug.29,2014 which shows: nephrotic syndrome, no abnormal findings of rest items. Currently, he has regular diet and sleep, has good appetite. He likes lying with one hand under his pillow. He knows inside and outside, can take off unlined clothes and pants, can wash his hands, has good motor ability.
He is vaccinated according to the plan.
Children’s Welfare Institute
KLAUS, DOB 11/2013, SN Corrected CHD
At 6 months old Klaus could raise his head when lying on stomach; head could follow moving objects. At 10 months old: could turn over; could sit for a while by holding onto support; could notice toy falling down on the floor. Now: can crawl; can take objects in front with one hand, but not very accurately; can stare adult’s motions. Klaus began babbling at 10 months and loves to be in the midst of other children playing. He is very adorable and has been a very healthy child since being admitted to the SWI. He has already undergone repair of his CHD.