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AKAYSHA, female, DOB: Oct. 2012 SN delayed development, abnormal EEG and CT scans
Akaysha especially likes to look at herself in a mirror. What adorable child would not?! She finds her little face quite delightful and also giggles at a good game of peek-a-boo with her caregivers. She responds positively to music and cuddles. She is a good natured baby who doesn’t often cry and she is a robust eater. Akaysha entered her CWI when she was approximately 6 months old. No family, personal nor medical history was found with her and is unknown. She was seen and video recorded on 7/23/2014. She is wobbly when put on the floor to sit until her caregiver helps her sit with more control. Her sweet little self can be seen at the link below.
Akaysha’s reports share:
On admission, she had average physical development, was transferred to Children’s hospital for physical examinations and treatment. PE results: T 36.8 ℃, mild delayed development, sit without help stable, smile when teased, not afraid of strangers. She had average nutrition, clear mind, good mental state, good reaction, stable breath. She had normal skin, no rash, good skin elasticity, soft anterior fontanel, equal size and circle of pupils, sensitive to light, no cyanosis of mouth and lips, no resistance of neck, coarse sound of both lungs without dry or moist rales, heart rate 132 bpm, regular, strong heart sound, no murmur of valves, flat abdomen, normal bowel sound.
Staff gave her scientific feeding, made proper training project, basically adapt to life in this institute. At the age of 8 months, she was transferred into infant nursing program, she can turn over freely, likes sucking fingers, smile when teased, can grasp toys for long time and play. At the age of 9 months, she would look around when being called, look at someone who talk to her seriously, cry when unhappy, quiet after being comforted. At the age of 10 months, she likes look at the mirror, often shake her head facing mirror and laugh out happily. She would dig small holes of toys with her thumb and index finger, always kick her legs. At the age of 11 months, she would grasp her left foot with right hand hardly, she would pull back her feet when being tickled. She can sit against objects, touch adults’ face when sitting on their laps. She likes playing hide-and-seek, giggles when playing. At the age of 1 year, she can have soft rice, quiet when listening to music. She would look at someone who hold her, can stretch her hands for objects in front of her.
Currently, she is 1 year and 1 month old, she is quiet, has a ready smile, seldom cry. She has balanced nutrition, has good physical development. She has routine life, good life habits and balanced diet. She eats table food and continues to drink formula.
Children’s Welfare Institute
BELIZE, female, DOB 6/2008 SN sensitive need
“Belize is a star; every time there are the activities, we can find her figure in these activities.” This is how Belize is described by her caregivers. The growth report in the file shows the many ways she is indeed a “star”! Belize loves to nurture the younger children and is keenly smitten with flowers and the color red. She knows many English words. She can do math quickly in her head and sometimes will shout out the answer before the other children have a chance to figure it out. She is creative and imaginative. She is a healthy child with a physical difference. She has had a surgery to address this difference. Belize entered her orphanage as a newborn.
Belize’s reports share:
PE on admission: normal muscle force and muscular tension, all was normal but external genital malformations,. Primary diagnosis: hermaphrodism. (in America the medical term used is DSD. When a less-common path of sex development is taken, the condition is often called a “disorder of sex development” or DSD. An excellent resource for education on DSD is DSD Families. Click the link here! Belize has an ultra sound in her file that is helpful. No chromosome tests are included in her file.)
Belize’s physical and cognitive development has been on target. She was able to walk independently at 12 months old. “On admission, she is 2.9kg in weight, 48cm in height, 34cm in head size and 32cm in chest size, fisted tightly and can cry. By the excellent care of the medical staffs and scientific feeding, her physical condition has been improved. At the age of 10months, she can stand with hands holding onto the support and can walk with hands holding adult’s hand. At the age of 12 months, she can walk alone.
In June of 2012, she had performed the surgery with successful process.
At the age of 3 years, she goes to the kindergarten and is a clever and studious child. She likes to go to the writing class. She can write Chinese Characters well, and now she can write these words, such as “zhong”(middle), “xia”(down), “shang”(up), “xiao”(small), “shui” (water), and “huo”(fire). She also can write her own name. Her favorite animal is the monkey, because the monkey can climb the tree, she feels that it’s so wonderful.
Her math is nice, she can perform the addition and subtraction within 10, knows the orders, knows big and small as well as knows separation and reunion. When other children are performing the mathematical arithmetic, she has known to chant out the result while doing the sums in her head for some simple arithmetic. She is a star; every time there are the activities, we can find her figure in these activities. She can speak a lot of English words, such as apple, banana, cat, dog, fish and monkey etc. Her favorite color is red; she always uses the striking color in her drawings; she has good imagination and creativity. In the art class, we can see her own work and she is able to describe her drawing to the teacher and children; her favorite fruit is the apple; she says the apple is so sweet; she likes to eat the fried fish and can pick out the bones of fish.
Belize likes to play games with her friends, would care the younger brother and sister, is very sensible, and has good self-care ability; she can put on clothes and fold up a quilt without help, also can help the teacher to clean. There are flowers in our classroom, she would water these flowers, and loves the flowers very much; she says that she loves them. She is a polite child, can say hello to uncles and aunts on her own initiative; when others helps her, she knows to thanks them; she knows the etiquette of dining, knows to be diligent to trim the nails and have a haircut.
She is going to go to grade one. We believe that she would be better and better.
Social Welfare Institute
BIXBY, male, DOB 2/2013 SN motor development delay, differences in brain scan (Enlargement of supratentorial ventricular system, sulci and fissure are broadening)
Boy, Oh, Baby Boy Bixby! This is an incredibly loveable child is very much adored by his caregivers. Chubby Buddy Bixby has just learned to walk and will proudly show you his skills in his video taken August 2014. Looks like a cookie in hand is a confidence booster, (have cookie will travel). Watch and listen to him go!
Bixby’s orphanage is in a One to One partnership with Children’s House International. He was admitted there when he was estimated to be 1 month old. There is a photograph in his file that appears to be of Bixby’s back. Nothing is mentioned at all in the medical file about it but he has a protrusion on his upper back that appears may be some kind of meningocele. Confirmation has been requested.
Bixby’s reports share:
Bixby, male, was found on Mar. 17, 2013. Upon searching in many places through many ways by the police station, the baby’s birth parents were not found and the baby was confirmed as abandoned baby and the baby was sent to Children’s Welfare Institute on the same day to be raised. Doctor of our institute confirmed the baby’s date according to physical development.
The baby suffers from motor development retardation; when just attended baby’s class, the baby was 7 months old; under considerate care of caretakers, the baby is chubby now; he has big eyes and looks very adorable.
Now the baby can look for toys everywhere; when giving him toy, he can catch and transfer toy from one hand to another; now he can change position from sitting to crawling; he also can change position from crawling to sitting to pick up toy; when touching his face, he will look at the caretaker happily while making the sound of “AH” to respond; he can stand up for a while with armpit being supported; when being called, he can turn his head and smile at the caretaker.
When seeing the caretaker delivering crackers, he will crawl to the caretaker immediately and wait; after getting crackers, he will eat happily; good appetite; can drink milk and eat thin gruel and noodles; eat well.
The baby likes to take bath; when taking bath, he will kick around and he will be very happy seeing the water splashing; when changing diaper for him, he likes to hold things around him and play happily.
The baby is a smart and adorable little boy; we hope he can be adopted soon and will have a happy family which has loving father and mother and he will grow up healthily and happily.
Children’s Welfare Institute
Apr. 15, 2014
Blaze, DOB: 9/2006, male, SN: bilateral strephenopodia (club feet)
Blaze met with CHI staff on July 22, 2014. He was so proud to display the picture he drew. He should be! It is full of bright colors and happy butterflies. He is studious and attends the neighborhood school near his foster home. He even earned a special award for his good marks. This line in his report is descriptive, “Now he is active and lovely, and is an adored little handsome boy; every day he lives happily; happiness and joys are his pronoun.” That is a happy boy indeed.! His video shows he is wearing braces on his feet but he is able to walk well independently.
Blaze’s reports share:
About a month after birth, Blaze was abandoned likely due to his bilateral strephenopodia. He is attending school.
PE on admission: moderate nutrition,. Primary diagnosis: bilateral strephenopodia.
By the excellent care of the medical staff, his physical condition has been improved. At the age of 3months, he could hold his head up while lying on the stomach. At the age of 11months, he could stand and walk with adult assistance and imitate what adult’s were doing. At the age of 13months, he could walk alone.
At the age of 1year, the child is in the key period of walking; mom equipped with the correct shoes to him, in order to make him walking better. He became outgoing after walking. Blaze was able to play with the kids and enjoyed singing songs. At the age of 2years, he was able to sing the song alone and use the spoon to have a meal. Due to his weak strength of hands, mom carries out the rehabilitation training to him patiently. After practice and patience, Blaze was able to have a meal without help, which makes him more and more confident.
In 2010, Blaze went to the kindergarten. At the age of 4years, he can sing over 10 children’s songs, and can tell about 5-6 stories; he often asks the teacher; he likes sports, running, jumping, playing the slide and kicking the ball; when others are playing rope skipping, he would take the rope; he can be cooperative with children when doing the thing.
In 2012, he can write Chinese Character; in order to go to grade one smoothly, like other children, Blaze would practice writing every day and now he is able write clearly.
In the end of 2013, Blake scored well on his final exam; the teacher gave him an award; after he was back home, he shared the good news with the orphanage. In the new display board made in this year, Blaze helped the teacher to stick paper flowers to decorate. Blaze has strong operational ability. On Mother’s Day, he sends the greeting card to foster mom; In the Birthday Party, he dances with the sister and is happy.
Now he is active and lovely, and is an adored little handsome boy; every day he lives happily; happiness and joys are his pronoun.
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
BROOKE, DOB: 6/2011, female, SN: Down Syndrome
Brooke is just way, way too cute! The Children’s House International staff had the delight of meeting her in April 2014. She loved her own little backpack that was packed for her day out. She is able to walk well and interacted cheerfully with other children there. Brooke has the great opportunity to live in a private foster care center where she has one on one care. Brooke loves to SWIM and to give hugs and kisses before bedtime. She was admitted to her SWI when she was approximately 1 month old.
Brooke’s reports share:
After admission the doctor on duty named her and did PE for her: 2.8kg in weight 53cm in height, 35cm in head size, 33cm in chest size , eyes have small palpebral fissure, lateral ear canthus warped, low auricle, face down, Diagnosis: mongolism.
.After admission Brooke was placed with a foster family. Every day she will, draw circles, look at books, read story, sing songs and get a hug and kiss then go to bed . She has a steady sleep, and she likes lying down or lying side to sleep
She is a very lovely child, is also a very helpful child, when she sees something on the ground, she will help you to pick it up, and will help to get tissues, diapers, wet wipes, etc. She is willing to help to fetch what she can. She can imitate adults’ talk, although it is not very standard, but she can make sounds. Particularly when the adult educates other children for misbehavior, she would say to the child, “No!” She knows the names of all the children in the room, can call them out. She can follow the adults to sing songs together, although she can not sing songs very standard, but the musical sound is standard. Now she can respond to us sometimes, when we ask her, “Do you want to play in the car?” (she can sit on the car and push herself away)she will reply “Yes!” She’s very cute, a bit like an adult.
She also can imitate other very great children, when we hold her do any action in front of the mirror, she is very cute. She likes swimming and playing in water very much, she can use her hands and feet to pat the water. When we teach her to swim, we use our hand supporting her chin, (because she can’t swim), let she can float in the water, when we say “do you want to do it again’’, we could not believe our eyes that she bent over the water herself , and used her hand to support her chin, very cute.
She is also a very enthusiastic child and when see some children enter the room, can say hi enthusiastically. She will be very enthusiastic to be held by adults that she knows. She can walk and go up and down stairs alone, she also can drink water and eat herself but needs a little help, and can wash and wipe hands alone. She is a very smart and cute child, she likes to play “love hug”game with her friend Ping Ping.
Brooke is an active girl. We hope a foreign family can adopt her early and give her a warm family, help her gain better education.
Children’s Welfare Institute, Jul.30 2014
CHADWICK, male, DOB 3/2012 SN mild hearing loss of right ear, nystagmus, psychomotor delay
Chadwick is a beautiful baby but he is now a toddler of 2 years old. New pictures are so much in order! A request has been made for current pictures and updates. Chadwick is an active boy who likes to attend his Half The Sky preschool class at the SWI. He was diagnosed with nystagmus and a mild hearing loss in his right ear. Since those reports were submitted the SWI became concerned that his general motor growth was delayed and submitted additional information to be included in his file.
Chadwick had his original file prepared in December 2012 and his diagnosis in the submitted materials was for: nystagmus, and mild right ear hearing loss. Recently the rehabilitation teachers closely observed his daily life. It was discovered that because of the child’s nystagmus, vision may be influenced. He can see things and will reach for toys and play in the yard and will observe around and look at the scenery but he is less responsive than the other children. When familiar people are shouting his name, he will turn around to find the source of sound.
Now at 14 months old he will still not walk alone. With help he can walk some distance. When we tease him with bright colorful toys or call his name, his reaction is big. When he is looking at things, his eyes will wrinkle. The physical exam in the hospital this time shows the result: nystagmus, and mild dysaudia of right ear. (Immediate Evoked Otoacoustic Emission Test)
Chadwick is active, has a ready smile, likes playing alone, he also likes to be cuddled and teased by his caregivers.
Like other children, Chadwick usually like toys, looks for and grabs toys, likes outdoor activities, and likes spending time with his familiar caregivers. He likes his mother to tease him. He is occasionally able to respond correctly according to instructions. Furthermore he attends our nursery class with Half The Sky foundation. They noticed there that when he ate rice and noodles he had some chewing difficulties. We had to take him to the hospital for the relevant inspection of his throat. The doctor diagnosed him having no problem, so it is probably because he does not like or is not yet adapted to eating staple food.
Our rehabilitation doctor now works with every day to train physical therapy. On August 7, 2013, the doctors at Children’s Hospital examined him and said: psychomotor delay.
August 8, 2013
Cheshire, DOB: 5/2008, female, SN: developmental delay
She has a very detailed medical report and seems to be very healthy. She is able to speak her thoughts and emotions and is learning slowly. Cheshire is from a partnered One to One program and we hope to have a video of her soon.
Six months after Cheshire was born, she was found abandoned near a hospital. Police searched for birth parents and relatives without luck. She was admitted to the Social Welfare Institute where they estimated her birth date due to her physical development.
On admission she has average condition, average nutrition, no stained yellow and blooding points of skin, no deformity of skull, no deformity of limbs and spine, and no abnormal findings of anus and external genitalia.
At the age of 6months, Cheshire had average diet and sleep. She was able to roll over on one side, and move her body left and right while on the bed; she can locate the direction of where a sound is coming from.
At the age of 9 months, Cheshire is able to hold her head up with forearms propping and has rich facial expressions when teased. She is able to sit alone, but is still a bit wobbly.
At the age of 11months, she could stand up while holding onto bedrail. At the age of 2years, she can eat biscuit without help and is able to say simple words.
At the age of 3, Cheshire started school and got along well with classmates. Her language skills were poor, but she can express her needs in lengthy sentences. At this time, she is very independent and likes to play blocks alone and have meals alone. At the age of 3.5years, she can express some simple sentences, such as “father”, “mother”, “grandfather” “grandmother” “teacher, I’m here” etc., clearly. She has fairly good thinking ability and memory and can state the names of all students in the class; her body balance is not very well; she can recognize colors, fruits and vegetables.
At the age of 4 years, she has good spirits, average development and is quick in reaction; she can express her needs freely, is fond of dancing and playing with toys; she can recognize “big” and “small, as well as her own name; she can write with a pen, and has average motion; but she can’t jump off the floor with feet; she has average self-care ability, can wash her hands, put on and take off clothes, go to toilet alone, but needs to be reminded.
Now she is 94cm in height, 14.5kg in weight, 43cm in head size, and 50cm in chest size, 14cm in foot length, and has full teeth. The child has normal intelligence development and good physical development, with motor coordination and poor balance ability; she can adapt living environment well. She has routine living schedule, and good living habits, the dieting is balance.
Children’s Welfare Institute
COLFAX, male, DOB 11/2005 SN post-operative CHD , post-operative hernia, dislocated left thumb.
Colfax is ENGAGING, INQUISITIVE, QUICK THINKING, INTERACTIVE, VERBAL AND OUTGOING. HANDSOME with a joyful SMILE, Colfax is in an orphanage that has a partnership with Children’s House International. He was met by CHI staff in April 2014. This vibrant boy left quite a positive impression. He currently lives in a family style setting and is so ready for his permanent family. Interestingly, he was wearing a yellow sweat suit with the word “CHOOSE” written in large letters on the top. He has been registered since 2009, and for him, CHOOSE is not something that has happened in the positive for him. His friends have been chosen. His friends are being chosen.
His medical designation has his caregivers quite frustrated. Eventhough there are 3 needs listed, two of them have been fixed leaving a “disclocated left thumb” as his remaining need. However, he continues to be posted as a child having “complex disease”. His caregivers are confident that Colfax would be very successful in an adoptive family. Medically, Colfax’s needs are certainly manageable. Look at him easily manipulate the fooseball handles. Please watch his video taken 4/26/2014 to meet him:
His reports from 2009 share:
Colfax was found abandoned on Nov.22 2007. A lot of search done by police failed to find his birth parents. On the same day the child was sent to Children’s Welfare Institute to be raised. Doctors in this institute decided the child’s DOB as Nov 2005 according to his physical growth.
Colfax is sensible, the caretakers said he is a downy bird, he is active boy with sweet tongue, he knows to call people “uncle” or “aunt” when someone visits him, he is adorable. He has congenital heart disease, had operation on July 23 2008, the operation was successful and he recovered well after the operation. Colfax has good appetite and knows how to comfort people, there was a girl in his class who can’t stop crying, he talked to her “Huchun, be good, don’t cry please, I give you candy” as an adult, so the caretakers love the kind lovely baby more.
He is an independent baby in daily life, he doesn’t talk much but he knows everything in heart, he is using his particular vision to observe the world and the surroundings. He loves all kinds of toys. Good self-expression ability, can express his needing correctly, the happiest moment for him is playing with other children.
On Jul.30 2010 he finished right indirect inguinal hernia neoplasty, after operation he was well-healed. He is a cute, active boy who has ready smile. He likes drawing, dancing, and taking apart in all kinds of activities. He also likes cars, toy guns. He is very happy when he is playing with other children.
In July 2011 he went to loving foster family, in family environment, he had bigger improvement, he can help mother with housework and look after his younger brother on his own initiative. He can take care of himself very well, can fold up a quit and tidy his room.
Now he is studying in public Kindergarten, every day after school his father will help him with his homework. In weekends and holiday he will go with his parents to travel.
He is getting elder day by day, we all like him very much, and hope him to find a warm family, there will be father and mother to give him more love and care, to give him a happy and stable family.
Height: 113cm, weight: 19kg, head size: 52cm, chest size: 57cm, foot size: 17cm, teeth: 24
Cortez, DOB: 6/2005, male, SN: left hand deformity
Cortez is an intelligent and kind boy. He is at the top of his class academically and loves to play all kinds of sports. He needs a family that is willing to commit to him with the same determination that Cortez puts into his studies and sports. He is committed until the sweat soaked end! Cortez has a left hand difference but he has learned to adapt and use his hands well. Due to this physical hand difference he is designated as a child with special needs but he is able to navigate life and meet his own needs well.
Cortez was found at approximately 6 months of age. He was sent to the SWI where they estimated his birth date due to his physical state
PE on admission: normal health. Primary diagnosis: left hand deformity.
On admission, he was able to hold his head up, grasp the toy in hand, and cry and laugh consciously. By the excellent care of the medical staff’s scientific feeding, his physical condition has been improved. At the age of 9months, Cortez is able to say ba and ma in Chinese. At the age of 11 months, he was able to stand with hands holding onto support, and walk with hands holding adult’s hand. At the age of 13months, he could walk alone.
Although he has hand disability, he is the same as normal children in other areas and he is clever and flexible. At the age of over 1year, he is fairly talkative; although he can’t speak more, he always speaks to himself; when he babbles, he is so lovely. At the age of over 2 years, he was very active and able to run and jump with the best of them.
In 2008, it was a very special year for Cortez. He entered foster care and begun a new life. Cortez adjusted well to family life and became comfortable with foster parents. At the age of 5 years, he started kindergarten. On top of learning singing, dancing and drawing, he also learned how to write Chinese Characters and perform simple addition and subtraction. Compared to other children, his ability to learn new things is above most. He learns fast and is modest about his intelligence. Cortez is very curious and is known to ask all sorts of questions, so the teachers like him very much.
At the age of 7 years, he goes to the primary school. Cortez does well in school and gets along with his classmates. He is at the top of his class for math and Chinese. Cortez’s sport ability are also fairly good. In the playground, we often see that he runs, jumps and plays the ball dripping with sweat.
Social Welfare Institute
CRISPAN, male, DOB 2/2011 SN post op CHD, hypospadias, arrested development
Crispan is a boy after Cupid’s own heart. Is that an arrow in his hand? Why no, it is actually a scrumptious candied apple. Crispan is a lovely wee lad who likes most to play and be active. In one file photo he looks like he is on the run to find more fun! His heart is working well now since his surgery in March 2013 but a small and systolic murmur can still be heard during his physical exam. Thankfully, he has been in foster care since soon after being admitted to the SWI at approximately 4 months old. He has had the attention of a nurturing family and gets many chances to go out and about and explore the world with them.
Crispan’s reports share:
Crispan joined a foster family from July 15, 2011 until now. Through observation, he has routine life, he takes bath one time every other day before going to bed. He eats staple food he will eat some eggs and fruit after nap. Grapes and apples are his favorite. Before nap he drinks 200ml milk and before go to bed he drinks 280ml milk. He will wake up several times during sleep. He needs to wear diapers while he sleeps.
In the foster home they regularly play music, sing a song to him, and often took him to outdoors to promote his psychological, mental and physical developments. He receives a careful caring. He is growing happily day after a day.
Crispan is active and clever, now he is able to walk and run by himself, he will play with fingers and do sports. He can understand many words, likes eating, sleeping, and bye-bye. He likes drawing, especially drawing lines on paper. He likes building blocks, he can build tower of four blocks, with some help, he can do 8 piece puzzles. In language, he can say “father” or “mother” and understands words meaning. In terms of daily living, he can cooperate with adult activities such as feeding, dressing. Crispan knows how to toilet himself and takes off trousers independently. In social terms, he is not afraid of strangers and unfamiliar environment, and he will familiar with strangers quickly. He likes to interact with people.
Crispan has a Tetralogy of Fallot congenital complex heart disease, during Mar.12, 2013 between Mar.30; he had a surgery and the surgery was successfully. According to the diagnostic report on Oct.30, 2013, Crispan has hypospadias and arrest of development, his lung has a phlegm sound and breath sound also has problems.
Crispan can walk by himself and go upstairs and downstairs all alone, draw lines and build tower of four blocks, say three or five words. He knows having continence of feces and urine in the daytime and corporates in dressing. He is really an active and lovely child with a smile.
On Dec, 2013 the height is 90.5cm, head size:47.2cm, weight:13.3kg, chest size: 48cm.
Signed by Social Welfare Institute
Cruz, DOB: 11/2005, male, SN: right hand deformity (absence of fingers)
Cruz is attending his neighborhood school and is most interested in sport there. Apparently he will sometimes choose to goof off with the other boys instead of choosing “to value his education”, LOL. For a boy who has previously been timid this is a good thing. He sounds like a typical boy of 8 years old. Cruz is reported as healthy in his physical, emotional and social development. He was born with a difference of his right hand and was admitted to his SWI as a newborn. Video link from July 22, 2014 is found at the link below.
Cruz’ reports share:
PE on admission: normal physical growth and fairly healthy. Primary diagnosis: right hand deformity.
At the age of 11months, Cruz was able to stand with hands holding onto support, and walk with an adult’s help. At the age of 13months, Cruz walked alone.
Although he has a hand disability, Cruz is the same as normal children. At the age of 1 year, Cruz could run short distances and walk upstairs and downstairs independently. At the age of over 2years, he can speak a long sentence. However, Cruz is fairly timid and speaks in a low voice.
In 2008, for Cruz, it was a fairly special year. Cruz entered into a foster family and begun a new life. He gets along well with dad, mom and the old brother, the old brother in particular, because their ages are similar; they often play together; he has become more outgoing and extroverted; he is not afraid of strangers any more.
Since 2010, he goes to the special class in our institute; he follows the teacher to recite the Tang Poems, to learn the finger rhymes, sing and dance; he often has the performance during parties in our institute.
Later, he goes to the primary school, begins to study. In the school, he gets along well with the teachers and classmates; maybe the nature of the boys are naughty; his interests are the sports. His pulley technology is better; he can play the pulley steadily; his school records are yet to be improved. We believe, as he ages, he would value the education, and would devote himself to the education.
Social Welfare Institute
DANIEL, male, DOB 1/2008 SN small for age, previous CP diagnosis (incorrect)
There is so much great news about Daniel! First, there are baby pictures! (That’s because the adoption file is from 2009.) However, there are plenty of NEW pictures because Daniel is sponsored in foster care through Love Without Boundaries. The greatest news is that it appears that the diagnosis of cerebral palsy given him as an infant was incorrect. Daniel is jumping, running, climbing, twirling, and is as active as can be. Watch Daniel be dazzled by the camera.
Daniel adores chocolate and making his foster parents happy. He is the closest to his foster father and gets so excited when his foster father comes home each night. Daniel is full of questions and likes to chat with little and big friends alike. Daniel is delightful and full of fun.
DAPHNE, female, DOB 10/2009 SN Psycho-motor delay
Daphne is making wonderful progress through her rehabilitation training. She is walking some distance without having to have support. She can now stand independently. EXCELLENT WORK DAPHNE! She is also learning to speak and it is said to sound “relatively quiet, like a sheep sound, very cute!” Daphne has a more timid personality but in her familiar environment she likes to play with toys with her friends. With continued physical therapy Daphne will only be able to grow stronger and more capable.
(A), growth and development
Age Height (cm) Weight (kg) head circumference (cm) Chest (cm) Number of teeth
3 years, 6 months 86cm 13.5kg 43.8cm 50.8cm 20
4 years old 88cm 13.9kg 44.3cm 51.6cm 20
4 years 6 months 90cm 14.2kg 44.5cm 52.3cm 20
Daphne is in the intensive care nursery, and a good diet, regular lifestyle.
Physical development is good;
(B), the body, mental development situation
When Daphne was 3 years, 6 months, she still could not walk on her own, relying on the object to be supported in order to go, but go a lot better than before, and the waist is also quite straight now in comparison; language she can issue a single word, such as: “She, you, me, to,” etc.;
At the age of 4, Daphne was in the rehabilitation area for basic rehabilitation training, and now she could walk a few steps away from the objects themselves, Daphne started developing her language and she would have called out “Auntie”, and will tell you what she wants to express, but the pronunciation is relatively quietly, like a sheep sound, very cute.
Daphne has now 4 years 6 months she has made great progress over the first half, and now she can stand up their own independent, without relying on an object for support and can go some way, but to go more slowly, afraid of falling. Daphne is very timid, when she sees someone come will seem very afraid, afraid to speak, a little noise can scare the daylights out of her, then she would silently cry; but if you play with her, she likes you hold her, still hiding in your arms like a baby.
Third, personality traits
Daphne is a lovely little girl. With strangers or in a strange environment, she will be a bit timid, but she will soon be able to melt into the environment when satisfied. She likes to play with the children, and the children will grab toys; sometimes stir emotions, very lovable.
Daphne has psychomotor retardation, usually in addition to occasional colds, fever, has no other abnormalities.
Social Welfare Institute May 6, 2014
DAX, male, DOB 7/2002 SN post operative CHD (Tetrology of Fallot)
Dax is happy, active, sociable boy who has been in his orphanage since he was 6 years old. He entered the institution with a diagnosis of heart disease so it is likely that his birth family could not meet his medical needs although there is no record of his birth family or situation prior to being found abandoned. His CWI directors now feel they may have estimated his age incorrectly and that he is likely 1-2 years younger than they guessed. His physical and social development reflect more a child younger than his stated age. He suffers no current symptoms of heart disease.
Dax has a twinkle in his eye and is occasionally known to tease and make some mischief.
His very best friend is Dixon who is also waiting for a family. Dax enjoys badminton and playing on the playground. He likes to draw. He currently attends Grade 3 in the neighborhood school. In his typical environment he is talkative and active. He is especially verbal and that is described as one of his talents. He is slow to anger and will find a quiet place to sit when he is upset and where he can collect himself. One of his good friends was recently adopted to America and he misses him a lot. He also longs for a permanent family and wishes to be adopted
Dax is part of the One to One Partnership with Children’s Welfare Institution and Children’s House International. There is a group of older children who are registered and waiting for their chance to have a family.
Dax’s reports share:
Dax, male, was found abandoned on Jul 19 2008. After a lot of search by the police station they failed to find his birth parents. He was confirmed as an abandoned baby, and on the same day was sent to Children’s Welfare Institute to be raised. Doctors in this institute decided the child’s DOB as Jul 20, 2002 according to his physical growth.
When admission he suffered CHD and received cardiac surgery on Jun 25 2009, he recovered well. Now he is studying in primary school. He has some good friends in the class, they play together, do the homework together and they are happy. After school they play together and play some mischief.
He is active, has good voice, likes singing and sometimes yells when play happily. He has many advantages, can obey the rules, can unite his classmates, can get along well with his classmates and can tease them happily. Now he has learnt many things, can manage his cabinet, can wash his clothes and clean his house. He is often praised by his teacher.
He likes playing on the court, likes playing basketball, hide and seek and sliding. He wishes to grow up quickly and study hard.
We hope he will be adopted soon and will have a stable family and grow up happily.
Sender: XXX (signature)
Children’s Welfare Institute
Dec 9, 2012
DELAYNA, female, DOB 6/2009 mild cerebral palsy mainly affecting oral muscles for chewing and speech.
Delayna loves to jump around with her friends and caregivers in the exercise room. Watch her listen, respond and interact in video taken in July 2014.
Delayna is full of curiousity and finds special enjoyment in music. While her expressive language appears to be affected by her cerebral palsy, her receptive language is noted to be good. Delayna has joined a foster family and has improved tremendously under their care. She is now 5 years old and an update from July 2014 shares that “she can now call out of to her foster family, “Mom and Dad Grandparents.” She knows all the family and their names. She knows some daily necessities, such as putting on shoes, using the telephone, folding towels.
She can understand adults instructions, such as “take this over to the bench, put things in the trash bag,” and so on. There are some sentences, under the guidance of his family, that she can read. Now she has normal aspects of limb movement, will go, will run, will jump feet, can grasp some small things. She can toilet hers4elf. But now she still has difficult eating as her chewing is poor.”
Delayna was admitted to her SWI when she was a newborn. Her birth weight was a little small so perhaps she was born pre-term.
Delayna enjoys hugs. When the caretakers call her name, she would walk toward them, excited to give hugs. She likes listening to music very much, if she hears music when playing, she reacts quickly to find the directions of music. She likes meeting new people. She would hold his/her hands when someone comes. She is extroverted.
Delayna took cranium CT examination in No.1 people’s Hospital of on Apr. 18, 2011, which shows low density shadow in posteior horn of ventricle and hypoplasia of splenium of corpus callosum
Delayna is an active and beautiful girl, we hope she could have a happy family.
DENZEL, male, DOB 6/2003 SN postoperative myelomeningocele in lumbar region
Denzel is the current unanimously elected president of his dormitory! His presidential duties include helping children get ready for school, helping organize the day and delivery homework. He is also an accomplished ballroom dancer with a gift for rumba. While he entered the SWI as a baby with an infected post-operative incision for myelomeningocele he clearly has not lost the ability to walk, run, or dance. Listen as he shares with you about his delicious lunch (in English no less!)
Physical examination on admission: weight: 5kg, height: 57cm, head circumference: 38cm, chest circumference: 37cm; T36.7ºC, P122/m, R30/m, conscious, fair reaction, medium nutrition, no deformity of head, soft neck, breathing sound is normal for bilateral lungs, no dry or moisture rale, heart rate 122 b/m, regular rhythm, no murmur of all valves, soft abdomen, liver and spleen: not palpable and no enlargement, wound infection in lumbar and sacral region, cannot control defecation and urination, normal muscular tension of four limbs, pathological reflex is not educed; initial diagnosis: postoperative myelomeningocele in lumbar region.
After admission, our medical staff changed medicine for him and gave him treatment according to his condition; we provided considerate care and scientific feeding and we actively treated his URI, intestinal infection and UTI. We fed him with appropriate milk powder and gradually added cod-liver oil, vegetable juice and yolk as supplementary food. At 5 months old: weight: 6kg, height: 62cm, head circumference: 41cm, chest circumference: 40cm; head could turn freely; could raise head. At 7 months old: could hold the bottle to drink milk. At 11 months old: could sit stably. At 18 months old: could stand up straight by holding onto support. At 2 years old: could walk independently and make the sound of ba and ma.
The child rarely cries and likes to be quiet. At nearly 2 years old: mom taught him to walk, but he always stood still and was afraid of stepping forward; everyone encouraged him; someone held food and someone held toy; he looked around and tried to move a small step forward with serious face; under temptation of toy and mom’s encouragement, he walked 5 or 6 steps forward for the first time and mom excitedly held him.
Soon he reached school age; this quiet child soon adjusted life in kindergarten with the help of other children. On the first Children’s Day after entering the kindergarten, he performed sympathy of farmers on stage. He learned a lot in kindergarten and cultivated many hobbies such as singing, dancing and drawing. After class he would draw pictures; every Mother’s Day, he would draw celebration card for mom.
In 2012, he promoted into first grade; he was focus in class; after class, he actively completed homework and actively help other children with homework. In summer holiday of 2012, he attended training class of international standard ballroom dancing and he performed well; in a performance, he performed rumba and moved all mothers presented. In 2013, he won election of head of dormitory with unanimous vote and he helped the teacher with arranging duty day, organizing children to go to school and delivering homework. He is very sensible and kind and he inspires us a lot.
One sentence: Mom I love you, makes us feel so warm and he is active and sensible and he is so close to us. We will strive for future life together.
According to requirements of national disease control department, we have been giving the child vaccinations and detailed vaccination record is attached hereto.
Social Welfare Institute
May 28, 2014
DEVI, female, DOB 12/2011 SN cerebral palsy
Devi has a new video from July 2014. You can see her try to keep her balance. She is quick to try to dance when the music starts. See if you can see those “two sweet dimples” when she smiles.
Devi is said to be a clever child. Sometimes lively and sometimes quiet. Sometimes she is introverted. Sometimes she loves crying, baby. She is most comfortable with people and environments that she knows. She likes people to touch her.
She has a pair of beautiful eyes, long eyelashes, and fair skin. Whenever she laughs she reveals two sweet little dimples. Currently she can stand independently five to ten seconds or so. She can respond to her name in a timely response. She isn’t yet able to express her wishes in words. She likes sucking her fingers into hiermouth.
Hobbies: she like brightly colored toys with sound
Devi’s eating schedule is routine. She is a child eating a large amount of milk during the day her poor chewing function is weak so her food formula is supplemented with a small amount of liquid food supplement based foods such as: small bread. Sleeps well, toileting habits are normal, trouble-free night.
July 10, 2014
DIXON, male, DOB 4/2003 SN repaired cleft lip, repaired cleft palate.
Dixon is a “can do” kind of boy. He likes to be involved in sports, school work, and even housework. He is an enthusiastic and helpful boy and is extroverted. He is often praised by his school teachers for his work and study habits. Dixon will need speech therapy but hasn’t let his cleft palate keep him from being social and involved in interacting with his family and community. Dixon was admitted to his SWI when he was a toddler and is currently in foster care.
Dixon can be seen at the Sha’anxi Journey of Hope Camp in September 2013 through the following link.
Dixon’s reports state:
Dixon has cleft lips and palate. He took cleft palate repair surgery in October 2003 and cleft palate repair in July 2004 successfully. He was diagnosed with abnormity of seventh chromosome and took bilateral cryptorchidism surgery in June 2007. In order to make him integrated into family life and feel warm of family, we sent him into foster family on Sep.1, 2009.
Dixon is extrovert, likes to interact with others at home. But he couldn’t pronounce clear if in a hurry because of cleft lip and palate. But he still likes to talk with others and his parents correct his pronunciation patiently. He has made good relationship with families so far and lives happily.
Dixon gets along well with other classmates. He is sociable and polite to say hello to adults, help other classmate with enthusiasm. He likes to play basketball and football. He was active in doing labor, can finish homework on time and often got praised by teachers, he will in third grade in September.
Dixon has strong ability of self management, he makes his bed and clear up his clothes everyday and help mother do housework like sweep the floor, wipe table and throw rubbish etc.
Although Dixon lives well here, we sincerely hope he could have a secure home in which his parents love him and he grows healthily and happily.
Social Welfare Institute
ECHO, female, DOB 09/2010 SN 1. facial neuritis on right side; 2. postoperative hydrocephalus; 3. left chronic subdural blood clot.
Echo is as lovely as her name sounds. She is reported to have normal physical and intellectual development. What is definite is that she a magnificent little girl waiting for a family. You can clearly see this in her video link. Echo has current video and it is just too cute to describe. Watch ECHO show what she can do!! Brilliant ECHO, just brilliant!!
Echo is part of the Children’s House International and Ningbo SWI One to One Partnership. She was admitted to her SWI as an infant.
Her reports state:
On Oct. 29 2012 she was performed ventricle – abdominal surgery in Children’s Hospital (Tomorrow Plan) to repair her hydrocephalus. From June.28 2013 to July.6 2013, she was treated for the facial neuritis on right side. Now PE: 16.5kg in weight, 98.5cm in height, 51cm in head size and 53cm in chest size, has 20 teeth, moderate nutrition development, normal physical examination. Diagnosis: 1. facial neuritis on right side; 2. postoperative hydrocephalus; 3. left chronic subdural blood clot.
Motor development: can crawl with hand and knees, can walk with hands holding onto handrails, can pick up a pill with her thumb and index finger in left hand and can uses thumb and index finger deftly of left hand; motor of right hand poor; can stand alone steadily; can walk with one hand held; can queue up; like to do excises; can hold a pen with left full hand and scribbles; can imitate drawing lines and imitate drawing vertical lines. (Can walk indepently.)
Adaptability: can use left hand to take the block out of a cup and can put it into the cup again; can beat the block on right hand with the block on left hand, and can build a tower of 3-4 blocks; can cover a bottle with its cap with left hand; can turn book pages over, and can have continence of feces and urine; be fond of watching TV and listening to children’s songs; like to watch cartoon best; when teacher makes the instructions of giving red beads, she can do it well; knows “big” and “small”; when someone calls her, she would smile at once after heard.
Language and sociality: can speak a sentence of 2-5 words, be fond of imitating sounds, such as baba and mama; can express her own needs, such as ” I want to urinate” “I want to drink”; can state the purpose of daily used commodities, such as ” the towel is used for washing face.”; knows what ” No” means; can continence of feces and urine in daily time; can be cooperative when put on clothes; can point to the five sense organs with hand when asked; like to play with children; would share her own toy with other children.
Living habits: get up at 6:30, take a noon nap from 11:30 to 13:30 and go to bed at 19:00; have breakfast at 7:00, lunch at 11:00 and supper at 16:00, with rice add vegetable, meat and fish and bean products for lunch and supper; have supplementary food at 9:00 and 14:00, with Jujube porridge, milk, Langyan soup, all kind of fruits and eggs etc. Usually have good appetite; not choosy to food; have deep sleep; have defecation once or twice and urination 5-6 times.
Comprehensive Evaluation: 1. facial neuritis on right side; 2. postoperative hydrocephalus; 3. left chronic subdural blood clot, normal physical development, normal intelligence development.
Legal representative: XXX
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
EDUARDO DOB: 11/2012,male SN: Down Syndrome
Eduardo is a new assignment to Children’s House International through an orphanage partnership. He is a very capable toddler whose developmental checklist is highly favorable. He was walking with support in May 2014. He is curious, dexterous, and interactive with other children. His caregivers warmly describe him as “gregarious and cute”. His pictures seem to support this! His favorite activities are listening to music and going to his preschool class, His favorite tos are: balls and toys with sound.
Eduardo’s reports share:
PE on admission: 4.8 kg in weight, 54 cm in height, 37 cm in head size, 40 cm in chest size, Admission diagnosis: 1. Down Syndrome; 2. CHD. He sometimes he has a cold, pneumonia and diarrhea but being cured in time, has no major disease or infectious disease.
Motor development: can raise his head while lying on abdomen, can turn over when lying back, can transfer from sitting to lying on abdomen and transfer from lying on abdomen to sitting, can crawl, sit without help freely, can stand against objects, can stand for a while without help, walk with hand held, can walk without help for a few steps; can grasp toys near him, take a block from a box and take another one; can pick up beans with thumb and index finger, use thumb and index finger deftly, can tear paper; can grasp pen and scribble.
Adaptability: can find sound source, visually follow moving objects, try to find dropped toys, can reach for toys near him; can take two blocks with two hands, transfer toy from one hand to the other, bangs toys together, put blocks in the box, grasp bottle for milk, compare two objects.
Language and social ability: he can visually follow moving people, can tell familiar people and strangers, make sound toward people and objects; tell small part of objects; know his name, turns his head when someone calls him; can feed himself biscuits; know facial expression of adults; can express no; can imitate sound and produce; respond to other’s asking for his objects; can point eye, nose and mouth correctly; can laugh out when you play with him; can take off socks; wave goodbye when guests left.
Personality: active, has a ready smile, fond of imitating, fond of singing, fond of playing toys, gregarious, he is a cute boy.
General evaluation: 1. enlarged liver; 2. Down’s syndrome. Average nutrition development, normal physical development.
Children’s Welfare Institute
Elke, DOB: 2/2008, female, SN: Downs Syndrome
ELEE is such a cutie pie! She is from a partnered One to One SWI and we hope to get additional information on her soon! Watch her video as she sips her milk so politely. She is probably wondering why someone is videotaping such a thing…sipping milk? That’s nothing special, but Ekko stares at the videographer like they’re crazy.
Elke was abandoned near a town center in May of 2008. Police searched for birth parents and family members without success. She was sent to the Social Welfare Institute and on admission she was diagnosed with an umbilica hernia with Downs Syndrome.
Motion development: Can go up and down stairs with holding, can trot, can cross the obstacle over 20cm, can walk on the balance beam under the help, can scribble, can put beans in the bottle, can tear paper with thumb and index finger, can put beads in order, like throwing and pick the ball.
Adaptability: Can recognize her teacher and nurturers, can recognize her classroom and chair, can recognize the kids in the classroom, can know the position of restroom and music room, can recognize big and small, can recognize dog and cat, can imitate well, can wave her body along rhythm, can do the exercise along the music in the morning, can put on and off clothes and shoes, can button, can defecate and urinate, can wash her hands after the restroom, can wash her face.
Language and Social ability: can speak “ayi, mama, xiexie, zaijian”, can understand simple direction, can say “thanks” and “good bye”, can put chair back, can know her position in the line, can clap with other kids.
Immunization: before admission she has been vaccinated with BCG, after admission she has been vaccinated OPV for 3times and booster, MV for primary, HBV for 3times, HAV for once, A+CEMV for once, mumps once, flu for once.
Personality: lovely, ready to smile, timid, cute.
Comprehensive evaluation: Down’s syndrome, average nutrition, normal physical development.
Legal representative: XXX
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
May 28, 2014
Elliot, DOB: 10/2009, male, SN: Downs Syndrome
Elliot is pictured in his “100 percent NOT nice” t-shirt… but contrary to the bad boy shirt, we think he is a pretty nice guy. Just like his friend Ekko, Elliot has a video of him sipping milk. We will have to talk to our One to One SWI and see what’s up with the videography. However, from the video you can see that Elliot is very healthy and a TOTAL gem. Elliot also has a video of him with Ekko and Emery. They play so nicely together!
Elliot was abandoned near a hospital a few months after he was born (December 2009). Police searched for birth parents and family members without success. He was sent to the Social Welfare Institute and their diagnosis on admission was that Elliot had Downs Syndrome. He was physically healthy and had no history of severe or infectious diseases.
In November of 2010, Elliot received surgery to repair the VSD under GE. He received surgery for his Congenital Heart Disorder and now his status is post-operative.
Motion development: Elliot is able to go up and down stairs, can step by step to go up and down stairs, can paint alone, can tear the paper, can slide, can pat the ball.
Adaptability: Can go to toilet alone, can wash his hands, can take off clothes and shoes, can pick up paper and throw into the trash, can recognize triangle, circle and square.
Language and Social ability: can follow the teacher to count numbers, can learn simple adjective words, such as red, long; can learn fruit, can know to protect flowers, can say hi to visitors, like playing with kids at his age.
Personality: active, like imitation, fond of music, like toys, ready to smile, get along well, like games, lovely boy.
Immunization: he has been vaccinated BCG primary, OPV for primary and booster, DPT for complete and booster, MV for primary, HBV for primary, JEV for complete, HAV once, EMV twice, MMR once, mumps once, flu for once.
Comprehensive evaluation: 1 Down’s syndrome, 2 postoperative CHD, average nutrition, normal physical development.
Legal representative: XXX
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
May 28, 2014
EMERY, female, DOB 5/2006 SN seizure disorder, arachnoid cyst, limp of lower right leg
Emery is one of our “E” girls from Children’s House International’s partnership with her orphanage. Her little friends have been matched with their families and CHI now has her file as well. Emery has been registered and waiting for adoption since 2011. A growth update has been requested but currently just a video has been received of Emery playing with her friends Elliot and Ekko. Emery is the child in the left of the video.
Emery is on medication for seizures. Her intellectual and physical development is noted as normal. Emery entered her orphanage when she was estimated to be nearly 4 years old after being found alone on a train.
Emery’s reports share:
Emery, female, was sent to this institute on Mar.17 2010. Physical exam on admission: 14kg in weight, 93cm in height, 48cm in head size, and 50cm in chest size, good nutritional development, normal consciousness, She was hospitalized in Women and Children’s Hospital of because of epilepsy from July.5 2010 to Aug.4 2010; Physical exam presently: 16kg in weight, 98cm in height, 48.5cm in head size, and 50cm in chest size, has 20 teeth, moderate nutritional development, normal intelligence development and physical development, no particulars of nervous system. Diagnosis: intractable epilepsy, arachnoid cyst, limping of right lower limb.
Motor development: she can pick up a pill with her thumb and index finger in right hand, use thumbs and index fingers deftly in right hand, is able to stand alone steadily, can run slowly, can go upstairs and downstairs without help, can walk a straight line on tiptoe; she can hold a pen in left hand and imitate drawing transverse lines, vertical lines and crossing; she can match wavy line with the points, can write number 1, can color and be careful to homework of coloring; every time she makes progress and she has initial ability to draw; she can cut off the thick noodle with the scissors.
Adaptability: she can go to toilet without help and can organize her own clothes after urination; she could wash her hands after toilet on her own initiative, can take the toy to play and then put it to the specified location or the box; she knows “big” and “small”, “long” and “short” as well as “right” and “wrong”; she knows to make an apology and correct when she makes a mistake; she knows red, yellow and green color, knows the change of weather, can count numbers of 1-3 and knows numbers 1 and 2, can read children’s song and poem, with clearly; she can say some English words about the color and the number; she has rich imagination and good creation; she can imitate speaking and doing of the character on the cartoons, likes to play games of role-playing, fond of watching cartoons and listening to a story, can think and say hello to others on her own initiative; she likes to play games with children and is obedient and sensible.
Language and Social ability: she can speak a sentence of 5-10 words, can express her needs, such as “I want to go to toilet” “I want to drink” etc. can ask “what’s it?” on her own initiative, states the purpose of daily used commodities, for example, the towel is used for washing face, the cup is used for drink and the bowl is used for meal; she can introduce her age, name, sex and favorite activity; she can put on and take off clothes, trousers and shoes, knows to washed her own hands before meals and after toilet, and knows why to wash; she knows the sit position and standing position, knows children’s name and gender in the same class, can put away the toys and is able to go to bed alone; she is sensible and there are no concerns; she is polite and can ask for help of the teacher as needed; she can say thanks on her own initiative and would help other children in need.
Personality: active, outgoing, know her own mind, get along well with children and have a ready smile.
Comprehensive evaluation: intractable epilepsy; arachnoid cyst; limping of right lower limb; normal intellectual development; normal physical development
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
EMILIO, male, DOB 6/2003 SN 1. limbs deformity, scoliosis; 2. postoperative bilateral ligation of hernia sac high and right indirect hernia repaired and testicular descent fixation; 3. undesceaded testicle on left side.
Emilio has an eager smile and vivacious zest for play. He has a strong imagination and creative ability as an artist. He is confident in his athletic skills and can even walk on stilts! This is even more astounding when one realizes just how crooked and bent his little body is. Oh the stamina and bravery of this boy who reaches for achieving his very best!! Emilio is well liked and has a bright and rich ability to think and knows over 800 Chinese characters. He has a supreme spirit in a bent little body. He was admitted to his SWI when he was approximately 6 months old.
Emilio’s reports share:
PE on admission: 5kg in weight, 62cm in height, 42cm in head size, and 39cm in chest size, moderate nutrition, average reaction.
Diagnosis on admission: limbs disability, intellectual impairments. During in the institute, sometimes he suffers from cold, pneumonia and diarrhea occasionally at which time they were cured timely. He has no history of major diseases or infectious diseases.
Now PE: 19kg in weight, 110.5cm in height, 48cm in head size and 56cm in chest size, has 22 teeth, normal intelligence development, average nutrition development. Diagnosis: 1. limbs deformity, scoliosis; 2. postoperative bilateral ligation of hernia sac high and right indirect hernia repaired and testicular descent fixation; 3. undesceaded testicle on left side.
Motor development: although the affects of physical disabled, small body, he is still vivacious; master walking, running, bouncing the ball and walking on stilts; can comply with the rules of the game; play different roles in a game; basic motor coordination; favorite activity: play the scooter; be full of self-confidence in the game.
Adaptability: can communicate with others on his own initiative; use the polite words; take part in the performance bravely; have his own opinion; when he gets along well with other children, he is a little crafty, and thinks about himself more; he can play the paper folding, use the scissor, do handwork, be patient, and is willing to take part in the challenges; he has good imagination, is creative to draw bravely, and the pictures are idyllic very much.
Language and sociality: can express his thoughts and needs, can read, can recite, and can read the story books; he has recognize over 800 Chinese Characters, and can choose the right color for drawing and can distinguish from the characters of four seasons, can do the addition and subtraction within 20, and can fill in addition and subtraction within 10; he can put on, take off clothes, can eat, and sleep, but slowly, and sometimes he would need to help.
Personalities: clever, be willing to study, love to think, small eyes full of smart, small body with flexible, think quickly, active and rich imagination.
ERNESTO, male, DOB 7/2006 SN premature birth, cerebral palsy
If smiles were golden, this child would have been named Midas. Instead, Ernesto was chosen because this boy gives everything his ALL. He is imaginative, clever, helpful, and outgoing. He can write and take care of himself while likely having that smile on his face. Ernesto can get where he wants to go with the help of a walker. He is excited to show his skills in video taken in August 2014.
Ernesto’s orphanage is in a One to One partnership with Children’s House International. He was admitted there when he was a newborn.
Ernesto’s reports share:
Physical exam on admission: 1.9kg in weight, 45 cm in height, 29 cm in head size, 26cm in chest size, poor general condition, malnutrition, normal mind. Now PE: 17.5kg in weight, 105cm in height, 47cm in height, 56.5cm in chest size, 24teeth, average nutrition, normal physical development; diagnosis: 1 double knee flexion contracture after laxation, 2 cerebral palsy.
Motion development: can walk with walker, can go up and down stairs with holding; at the fine motion, can hold the pen to write, can paint the pictures, can draw simple shapes, such as “triangle, square”.
Adaptability: can hold the spoon to eat at the self-management, can wash his teeth twice, can clean his hands, can go to toilet and clean it up, can help the teacher to manage the chairs, can put off clothes, socks and shoes, can recognize over 10kninds of colors, can count 1-100, can sing many children’s songs, can have imagination.
Language and Social ability: like communication, can express with complete sentences, like singing and group activity, can ask “what’s wrong”, can answer “what’s your surname”, can know where he lives, can communicate with kids, can help teachers do what he can.
Personality: active, like imitation, helpful, like studying and quick reaction, extensive interests, a brave boy.
Comprehensive evaluation: 1 double knee flexion contracture after laxation, 2 cerebral palsy, normal physical and mental development.
Children’s Welfare Institute
May 28, 2014
EVERETT, male, DOB 09/2005 SN epilepsy, brain scan difference
Everett is described as “open, active, self-esteemed, brave, strong, and confident”. What a description indeed! When Everett was found, it appeared that he was recovering from an intracranial hemorrhage, the cause of which is unknown. His brain scan shows a difference in his brain structure and “slow wave paroxysmal abnormalities with epileptiform activity”. With this, he has a history of epilepsy but frustratingly the degree, frequency and treatment are not discussed in his file. That information has been requested. Everett appears to be capable of so many things and that new information could really help him. He was admitted to his SWI when he was approximately 2 months old.
Everett’s reports share:
Physical exam on admission: 4.6kg in weight, 55 cm in height, 37 cm in head size, 37cm in chest size, moderate nutritional development, good spirit. Diagnosis on admission: Intracranial hemorrhage healing. In the institute he occasionally had history of cold, pneumonia and diarrhea which has been cured in time. But he has no history of severe and infectious diseases. Now PE: 18.5kg in weight, 110.5cm in height, 45cm in height, 52.5cm in chest size, 22teeth, average nutrition, delayed mental development, normal physical development; diagnosis: 1. Epilepsy; 2. Encephalomalacia; 3. the right maxillary sinus and ethmoid sinus inflammation.
Everett can button, can zip, can string the beads, can paint, can irregular circle, can pick up pills with thumb and index finger of both hands, can use thumb and index finger of both hands deftly, can run and jump, can crawl, can go up and down stairs, can stand for 5 seconds with single foot, can jump forward with both feet, can jump forward with single foot or run with both feet alternately, can walk 2m forward tiptoe against heed alternately, can walk forward and backward straight, and has good balance.
Adaptability: can toilet alone, can put on and off clothes alone, can brush teeth and wash face, can use the food tool alone, can wash his hands, can play toys, can put toys in the original place, can make greetings positively, can introduce himself, can play games with kids, can share, can do what he can.
Language and Social ability: know his gender, can ask “what is this”, can know how to do when “cold, tired and hungry”, can obey the general direction, can express his needs, can speak long sentences, can recite long sentences, like stories, like TV, curious with new surroundings, can answer questions in the class, can know many animals and fruits, can know triangle, round and square, can know weather, can count 1-30.
Personality: open, active, self-esteemed, brave, strong, confident.
Comprehensive evaluation: 1. Epilepsy; 2. Encephalomalacia; 3. the right maxillary sinus and ethmoid sinus inflammation, delayed mental development, normal physical development.
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
May 28, 2014
GUIVER, male, DOB 6/2011 SN mild cerebral palsy
Give Guiver a ball and he is ready to play!! Guiver has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy but his caregivers feel that after rehabilitation training, his current development is the same as other children his age. (There is no new medical information in his file that would confirm nor dismiss this.) He is seen in his most current video throwing a ball while walking, kick with one foot while balancing on the other, and walk/scamper around the play room. He does vocalize with those he is playing with. There is NO brain CT or MRI scan in his file. He was given a cerebral palsy diagnosis on his initial admission to the SWI. Guiver was estimated to be 14 months old at the time of admission.
Guiver’s reports share:
On admission the medical staff in this center carried out physical exam for him with the following results: 74cm in height, 8.4 kg in weight, 43cm in head size and 45 cm in chest size, teeth: 5. The preliminary diagnosis: cerebral palsy(flaccid paralysis). His DOB was on Jun 25, 2011 according to his physical condition.
He suffers cerebral palsy, his limb and mental development is delayed compared to normal level. At the age of 1year and 6months, he could grasp toys, could search for sound source if call his name, rarely had motion if lie down. At the age of 2years, he could sit up against object. At present he is 2years and 6months old, he can not walk and crawl, can sit stably without help, likes waving his body, likes riding the rocking horse, can hold the rail and kick his feet; likes clapping or touch his head if lying down, can bang toys together.
His language development is delayed compare to other kids of his age. At the age of 1year and 6months, he could not make sound, had reaction to adult’s speaking. At the age of 2years, he liked hugging, liked interaction with adults to play games, could smile if being teased, could make sound of yaya without mind. At present he is 2years and 6months old, his pronouncing is improved, can call “dad, mom”, can make sound of “wuwu” in the rocking horse. he is open and restless, likes playing games with nurturer, likes listening to nurturer’s singing.
On admission Guiver was diagnosed as having cerebral palsy, limb development delayed compared to other kids of his age. At present his physical condition is good, has no major disease since admission, just occasionally has a cold, fever and cough, not allergic to drugs.
Social Welfare Center
Dec 30, 2013
GULLIVER, male, DOB 3/2012 SN Low Birth Weight (LBW), extra thumb on left hand, undescended testicle, bilateral basal ganglia softening noted on MRI.
Gulliver is ready for his traveling adventure. Indeed he is! He started his journey as a tiny newborn but he is getting stronger and more robust as he grows. Gulliver’s reports were completed in the spring of 2014 but an MRI from July 2014 has been added to the report with no explanation. Clarification has been requested. Video is also anticipated. He is living in Guangdong province.
His reports from April 2014 share:
Gulliver was found at a newborn and reported to the police who then sent the baby to his SWI.
On admission, he had a physical examination: height: 38cm, weight 2kg, head circumference 31.5cm, chest circumference 32cm; conscious; fair reaction; appearance of premature, hexadactylia of left hand, no abnormity of heart and lungs; diagnosis: 1. LBW; 2. hexadactylia of left hand. The doctor estimated the baby’s DOB as Mar. 7, 2012 according to the growth and development.
Under considerate care of our staff, the baby has regular daily routine, fair physical development and normal defecation and urination.
At 6 months old: could raise head when lying on stomach; head could follow sound. At 1 year old: could turn over; could reach out hands to take toy in front of him and put it into mouth; low accuracy. At 1 year and 6 months old: could sit by holding onto support; could bang two toys together; would refuse when trying to take toy from his hands. Now: can sit independently; can stand up by holding onto bedrail; lazy; will lie down after sitting or standing for a while; cannot control defecation and urination.
At 6 months old: knew familiar voce; would smile when being teased. At 1 year and 6 months old: could make the sound of YI and YA; attached to his caretaker. Now he can babble to toys; appears to be active and happy when interacting with familiar people; poor language ability; plain emotion; likes to play toys alone; does not care about things happening around; not afraid of strangers; mild and quiet; likes milk very much; refuse supplementary food; will cry to resist being fed thin gruel.
Social Welfare Institute
Apr. 28, 2014
Hollix, DOB: 1/2007, female, SN: 1. cerebral palsy; 2. postoperative correction of lower limbs
Hollix is so ready to be noticed! Take a look at her singing and dancing for YOU all to see. She is a cute as can be singing in the “garden room”.
Hollix is currently in foster care home with 6 other children. She goes to public school and is able to walk independently and participate with her classmates in their activities. She is in a Children’s Welfare institution that has a One to One partnership with Children’s House International .She was found and admitted to her CWI when she was almost two years old. Her official report is 2 years old and updated information has been requested but not yet received.
Hollix’s reports share:
On admission she was thin and diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
In May of 2010, Hollix received lumbosacral dorsal rhizotomy and both lower limb correction under GE. She recovered well. Her limb spasms improved after surgery and there were no complications. Hollix healed after about 2 weeks and was discharged from the hospital.
She is healthier now due to the help of her caretakes. She is currently in foster care and attends rehabilitation training daily. She is very hard working and strong. Hollix is able to walk on her own now and goes where she pleases.
In September of 2011, Hollix started to attend kindergarten and received a pre-school education with other kids. She lived in an apartment near the school with 6 other children and two caretakers. Her favorite subject is writing and practices this daily. She is able to write her name and can recognize more than 50 words. Hollix helps around the house and her foster mom appreciates this very much.
Sealed by: Children’s Welfare Institute
Aug 9, 2012
HUBIE, male, DOB 5/2008 SN post operative cleft lip and palate degree III
Hold the phone! Unless Hubie has it and then you are not getting it back! He can also find ways to create fun out of the simplest of things. You can watch his video link to see him figure things out. Hubie is a robust and strong boy who was born with a cleft lip and palate. Both have been surgically repaired but may require additional surgeries. He will require speech and language intervention. Hubie was admitted to his SWI when he was a newborn. He is ready to exercise is right to grow up within a permanent family. To review his full file please contact CHI China Specialist, Nina Thompson at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hubie, male, was abandoned at the gate of the third people’s hospital on May 19, 2008. At that time, the baby had a severe cleft lip and palate. Upon searching in many places through many ways by the policeman of police station, the baby’s birth parents and relatives were not found. The baby was sent to our institute to be raised upon the approval of civil affairs bureau of the county on the day of picking up and the baby has been in our institute since then to this day.
Physical examination on admission: normal, good development.
During the period of living in our institute, we have been giving Hubie all kinds of vaccinations on schedule according to requirements of immunization for babies to ensure his healthy growth as other normal children. From 2009 to 2011, our institute gave him repair of cleft lip and palate through tomorrow’s plan, and he recovered well after the surgery.
Hubie is almost 6 years old. He is an active, relentless and adorable little boy. He can put on clothes and shoes independently; defecate and urinate independently; take and eat meals with others; like to play, talk and play games with other children; impatient; if he is wronged or being overreacted, he will cry for a long time; delay of language expression and motor skills comparing with children of his age; he will suffer from skin disease on his head in every early summer, but the disease is not severe and will be cured with some medication.
Living habit and diet: breakfast: gruel, egg, milk, soybean milk, cooked wheaten food; lunch and dinner: rice, meat, fungus, vegetable; breakfast: 7:30; fruit: 10:00; lunch: 11:40; snack: 15:00; dinner: 17:30; milk: 20:30.
Hubie lives in group in our institute and he has a regular life: get up and take bath: At this moment, physical examination is good.
Mar. 24, 2014
HUTTON, male, DOB 6/2012 SN brain scan difference, mild anemia
Oh this child’s smile is a delightful as the day is long. If he sees you are sad or angry he will try to tease you and kiss your cheek to make you smile too. His favorite place to chill is the rocking chair, especially if there is someone cuddling him there. He is smart and quite attached to his caregivers and little friends. Hutton has a difference in his brain structure but his brain seems to have figured out quite well how to accommodate and take the world by the tail. His developmental checklist is totally impressive. There is nothing on it he can’t do at 20 months except for taking off his own socks and pointing to his eyes, nose and mouth. Hutton was admitted to his SWI when he was approximately 2 months old and has been living with a foster family since February 2014.
Hutton’s reports share:
The PE on admission: 55cm in height, 4.8kg in weight, 38.5cm in head size, 38cm in chest size, and diagnosis on admission: Brain injury syndrome. His DOB was estimated as June 2012 according to physical conditions on admission. After admission, he was given intensive care and scientific feeding, and his physical state was stable. On Nov 21 2013 he had a complete physical exam in Children’s Hospital of the province, he was diagnosed as: Brain injury syndrome.
He is smart, living in the Butterfly home. Now he can walk, can call dad and mom, likes playing, and is attractive. He can tease you if you are angry, also can kiss your cheek. He is not choosy to food, likes sharing food. He likes touching girl’s heads, also occupying the rocking chair. He entered a foster family on Feb 10 2014.
Staple food: rice, vegetables, milk and fruits, not choosy to food
He is extroverted, active, restless, likes playing outdoor, attached to people, likes being cuddled.
Sealed by: Social Welfare Institute
Mar 27, 2014
Jantzen, DOB: 2/2010, male, SN: SN post-surgical sensitive need. Partnership assignment
Jantzen is so brave that he never cries when getting his vaccinations. He wants to be like his comic hero Black Sergeant who stands for justice! Imagine him running around with a super hero cape flapping behind him in the throes of imaginary bliss as he saves the world. Jantzen is described as very bright and brave to speak up. He is capable in his life skills and with his academics. He is described as much loved by his teachers. His photographs confirm what the reports shares that he has “black and bright eyes and is liked by everyone since he was admitted. He has a ready smile and sweet mouth.” Joy, fun and adventure are written over that face! Jantzen was admitted to the SWI when he was a newborn. Children’s House International has a partnership with his orphanage.
His reports share:
His DOB was estimated as Feb.1,2010 based on his physical development.
PE on admitted: T: deformity of external genitals, normal muscular tension. Primary diagnosis:
hermaphrodism. (The ultra-sound in his file states: unsymmetrical bilateral testis. Prostate could be seen.) In America the medical term used is DSD. When a less-common path of sex development is taken, the condition is often called a “disorder of sex development” or DSD. An excellent resource for education on DSD is http://www.dsdfamilies.org/dsdfamilies/whatisdsd.php . Jantzen has an ultra sound and photos in his file that are helpful. No chromosome tests are included in his file.
On admission, he was 3.0 kg in weight, 50 cm in height, 34 cm in head size, 32 cm in chest size, make fist, could cry and shout. Under the delicate care of medical staff and scientific feeding, he got better physical condition. At the age of 11 months, he can stand against objects, can walk with hands held; at the age of 13 months, he can walk without help.
Jantzen is a smart boy, has black and bright eyes, and is liked by everyone since he was admitted. He has a ready smile and sweet mouth. At the age of 1 year, he always follows caretaker and calls her “mum”.
With Jantzen’s growing up, he went to the kindergarten in 2012, began new life, he adapted to life in the kindergarten quickly. He performs well from putting on shoes and clothing. He eats meals by himself needing no help, can brush teeth, wash face and fold up quilt by himself. Besides, he would help teacher to do things within his power, got love from teachers. Jantzen speaks clearly and loudly, could recite and sing well, Jantzen has learnt many children’s song like “three character primer”, “small swallow”, “fingers” and “dad, where are we going”. He likes cartoon characters in the movie, especially Calabash Brothers, Black sergeant because they are the icon of justice, he hope he could be as powerful and prestigious as them.
Jantzen is talkative no matter on the class or after class, he is bright, brave to speak. Jantzen is strong, he never cries when taking vaccinations, he is obedient and polite, got love from everyone.
Social Welfare Institute
JERUSHA, female, DOB 4/2009 SN developmental delay (particularly in language)
The loss that some children must endure is heart wrenching. Can you imagine what Jerusha has experienced? What has been taken from her? What she must miss!
Jerusha was found alone in the carriage of an incoming train from Beijing. The conductor found her and notified the police who looked for her living relatives. None were found. No personal or family history was found with her. She was admitted to the local SWI. She was estimated to be 3 years old.
Her current report is over a year old but she recently participated in a Journey of Hope Camp in her province. It is anticipated that additional updated information will be coming. Her SWI did send a very recent video clip of her in their playroom. It is at the link below.
Her JUNE 2013 report shares:
Physical examination condition on admission: the examining doctor diagnosed her as having hypophrenia. (There is no MRI or brain testing in Jerusha’s file. How this diagnosis was determined is unclear.)
Physical development of the child: regarding motor skills, she can sit, stand and walk independently; and can jump, run and go up and down stairs with help. Regarding language development, she can’t communicate well with caretaker and teacher. However, she can be able to get along well with other children. She can play with toys, clap with music.
Routine activity: she gets up on 7:00AM, take nap 2hours and goes to bed on 20:00. she is able to go to sleep on her own and has a deep sleep. She doesn’t get up to urinate at night. She has a regular diet, takes three meals each day and eats snacks between meals, including fruit and milk, etc
Social Welfare Institute
June 27, 2013
JILLIAN, female, DOB 10/2013 SN Apert syndrome
Jillian is a gentle baby with a calm personality. The Children’s House International team was able meet her in April 2014 during a Journey of Hope camp with her province. At the time, Jillian was content to have the team touch and talk to her. She tracked the team with her eyes and appeared to have adequate hearing. She is a robust baby who has been in good general health. It was apparent that she likely had Apert Syndrome though at the time the SWI did not have a diagnosis. In July 2014 Jillian was given this diagnosis at her physical exam for adoption registration.
Her SWI was surprised that the CHI team wished to advocate for and sponsor her registration. They couldn’t imagine any family accepting a child with this condition. WHY NOT?! Children with Apert Syndrome can be extremely capable, especially with early intervention! Jillian is ready for her opportunity and there must be a family out there waiting for her sweetness. A good summary of Apert Syndrome can be found at this link!
Jillian’s reports share:
After admission the doctor on duty named her and did PE for her: 3 kg in weight 50cm in height, 33cm in head size, initial diagnosis: 1. deformity of cranium; 2. syndactylism deformity of four limbs; 3. neonatal jaundice; 4. acute bronchitis; 5. Possible eye disease (later marked normal); 6. Possible spina bifida occulta (later excluded).
After admission, she was placed in Infant Group based on her age, she has 3 meals and 1 dessert a day, gets up at 6:00, takes a nap at 11:30 and goes to bed at 21:00; has breakfast at 6:30, lunch at 11:00 and supper at 16:30, desserts at 9:00,14:00 and 20:00. She had formula milk as staple food when admitted, after 4 months old, we added rice paste for her, currently, she has rice paste as staple food, milk, egg custard, fruits jar for desserts. She likes fruits jar, has good appetite, eat much for each meal, she has grown up a lot. She takes bath once in every morning, she likes taking bath, likes patting water with both hands.
After taking bath, Jillian would watch TV sitting on the kids’ chair, she likes watching ads. Jillian has delayed physical development in terms of all indexes, she can support her upper body with upper limbs while lying on abdomen, can suck hands, visually follow dropping objects, she can not turn over of sit without help. She can make sounds, laugh happily when being teased. She took consultation in superior hospital in May 2014, we consider her as Apert’s Syndrome based on her physical condition.
Jillian is 66 cm in height, 7.5 kg in weight, 42 cm in head size, 44 cm in chest size and has 0 teeth. She has been given vaccinations on plan, details see the vaccination record. Spina bifida occulta has been excluded after examination. She took X-ray exam in No.1 Hospital on Jul.24,2014 which shows: deformity of both hands and feet, details see the medical report.
Jillian is a cute girl, we hope foreign family can adopt her, give her a warm and complete family, allow her to take better treatment and education.
Children’s Welfare Institute
KAMMAN, dob 2/2011 SN developmental delay, brain scan difference (large cisterna magna), hearing loss with difference in BAEP test, undescended testicles,
Kamman was part of the Journey of Hope camp in his province. His medical file is over a year old but he does have current video taken 9/2/2014.
An updated medical has been requested. Kamman has an impish grin and outgoing personality. He does have hearing but there is a hearing loss with that test included in his file. He was found and admitted to his SWI when he was approximately 18 months old. He had a rough beginning and lags behind his peers in overall development but is making progress since his admission to his orphanage.
Kamman’s files share:
After admission, the doctor on duty named him and did PE for him: 9.8kg in weight 81cm in height, 44cm in head size, 48cm in chest size, poor development, moderate nutrition, clear mind, dull reaction, able to raise his head, able to sit not stably, not able to crawl and stand; not palpable of bilateral testicles, normal muscular tension; diagnosis: 1. Delayed development; 2.Cryptorchidism (undescended testicles). He was dispatched to infant team for group feeding as no infectious disease was found after the observation period.
After admission he was 18months old, his staple food was porridge, noodles, milk and snack(steamed eggs and fruits). He had good appetite, He has sound sleep and drinks milk once in the night. The nurturer helps him with the defecation and urination, he uses the diaper every day. He takes the bath once every day at 8:30. Now he can not speak, and can make sounds, can understand his name, can turn back if call his name, can show scared and angry expression, can recognize familiar and strange people, can rob his favorite things. He can clap his hands to welcome, can wave his hands and his body to dance. He can walk with holding, can walk to his desirable place with holding the wall or the table. He is active and restless, interested with cartoon, likes watching TV, delayed development and mental retardation compared to other children of his age.
MRI test in Provincial Hospital on Mar 29 2013: 1. Left-right ventricular asymmetry and left ventricular enlargement may be periventricular dysplasia or anomaly; 2. Large cisterna magna; 3. Left-right mastoiditis. BAEP test in Provincial Hospital on Mar 19 2013: abnormal BAEP, bilateral testicles descended into the scrotum. Now he is 11kg in weight, 84cm in height, 46cm in head size, 51 cm in chest size and has 20 teeth. He has been vaccinated.
Kamman is active and beautiful. We hope foreign family can adopt him and make him gain better treatment, grow up happily and healthily.
Children’s Welfare Institute
Jul 14, 2013
KENDRIX, male DOB 12/2001 SN Visual Issue (ametropia and nystagmus)
Kendrix is a much liked and highly regarded boy who spent his pre-school years with a foster family. He grew well there and returned to his CWI when it was time for him to enter school. He later was admitted to a specialized school in Guangdong province that focuses on football. He does well in school and is noted to observant and mature. He will age out of adoption options in December 2015. He has seen many of his friends be adopted and understands what it means. He would like to be adopted.
Kendrix’s reports share:
Kendrix, male, was found abandoned at the gate of Children’s Welfare Institute on Jun.21,2002. He was confirmed as an abandoned baby, and on the same day was sent to Children’s Welfare Institute to be raised. Doctors in this institute decided the child’s DOB as Dec.15,2001 according to his physical growth.
Kendrix has ametropia and nystagmus, he is a handsome, active and pleasant boy with big eyes. He was fostered in a family starting in July 2003, he got delicate care from his parents. He is obedient and mature, often helps parents with housework within his power, parents are all like him.
Kendrix returned to student team of this institute in September 2009 and has been lived here since then, he loves labor work, willing to help and likes playing football. He goes to Hengda Football School. He studies well, listens to teachers carefully, finish homework in time, gets along well with other classmates, he observe disciplines at school, follow teachers’ instructions.
Kendrix has good self-manage ability, can make his bed and closet, wash his own clothes, fold his quilt and clean the dormitory. He has a good diet, not picky on food. His favorite foods are rice, noodles, vegetables, meats and fruits.
Kendrix is a handsome and cute boy, we hope he can be adopted soon, has a happy family and grows healthily and happily.
Children’s Welfare Institute