Eastern Europe Waiting Children
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Little Elijah is in the same baby house as Little Miss Shiloh, he was born in April 2014. He was born with missing feet and missing digits on his hands most likely due to amniotic band syndrome. Elijah has learned to get around despite this, He moves fast! He is reported as being developmentally on track.
Please contact our CHI Case Manager, Yadira Clapper, for more photos and information about his country at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet Miss Shiloh! She is a beautiful girl in Eurasia. She was born in May 2014 and has a sensitive need that falls in the Difference of Sex Development category. We have ultrasound and chromosome results that we can share with interested families. She is a beautiful baby girl in need of a family!
Please contact our CHI Case Manager, Yadira Clapper, for more information at: email@example.com
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We have received an update on Abigail (6)! This little Miss Sunshine is full of life and joy and is consistently progressing!! The update on this precious one said, “In the end of 2014 Abigail was transferred from an orphanage to a new Center. We contacted the manager of the Center and she was eager to share with us the following update on the child:
Abigail was calm throughout her adaptation period to the new place. She is the youngest child in the Center. She now goes to a mainstream kindergarten and she just loves it there, she plays with toys and with other children a lot, and when they go to pick her up in the afternoon, she is not really ready to leave the place. This is wonderful news about her socialization. She would do so well in a forever family that loves her and helps her continue to grow and develop!
Videos of Abigail:
Albin & Alex
These boys have a special relationship and so much humor inside their little bodies! They are creative, imaginative, and know how to put a smile on peoples faces! We have just received updated information, photos and videos of them. They would just thrive in a forever family that loved and cherished them for the joy that they are!!
Albin is 8 years old and is a happy boy who tries hard to follow instructions. He is clinically healthy but has delayed psychological development and would benefit from sessions with a speech therapist. He has difficulties communicating but easily enters interactions with both children and adults and he communicates with them through facial expressions, mimics and gestures. He is attending an auxiliary school currently. He enjoys playing and has a good appetite.
Alex is a very well developed 7 year old boy! He is healthy and developing within the norms for his age. He is able to communicate very well and clearly. He is imaginative and expressive. He desires approval from others and is well-intentioned in his actions. He enjoys playing with other children and is excited to participate in educational activities. He wants to have a family and he associates adoption with having a home, parents, security and stability.
Videos of Albin & Alex
Deborah & Shayna
These beautiful ladies are bright, determined and greatly desire a family to call their own! We have just received updated documents and photos and videos of them!
Deborah is 13 and is a healthy and cheerful young lady. She is extroverted and talkative and easily starts conversations with others. She adapts to change quickly and can establish contact with new people fairly easily. She is energetic and expresses her thoughts easily. Deborah has the qualities of a leader and strives to achieve success. She has established her interests and states that she wants to pursue a Law degree at university.
Shayna is 11 and is healthy and has normal physical development for her age. She has a small medical history of pseudo-epileptic, psychogenic seizures (explained in her report and called “hysterical seizures” – she only had 4-5 seizures while in her previous orphanage – the specialists consider that those seizures were caused by stress when a bigger (school-related) change occurred in her life.) She has a good memory and concentrates well. She is cautious and quiet and can be a bit fearful. Shayna enjoys playing group games and also likes to be on the computer.
It is said, “Both Shayna and Deborah are dreaming of having a family and want to be adopted abroad. Our specialists believe that these girls have excellent potential to succeed in life if only they are provided with the basics in life and most important, with the love and care of their adoptive parents. Also, they have so much love, joy and energy to bring to a family that would open their heart and home for them. The girls would fit perfectly well in both families with or without other children.”
Videos of the girls:
Galya is an adorable 3 year old little girl with a lot of energy! She was diagnosed with moderate mental retardation and substantial behavioral disorder. She enjoys riding in the stroller, counting numbers with her foster mother, and listening to children’s songs. She points at things to communicate and can often seek attention by acting upset and crying. She needs a loving and stable forever family to help her develop and grow!
Videos for Galya:
Ian, Aaden, Zoey and Vera
Ian is 15, Aaden is 12,and Zoey and Vera are 8. These beautiful children would love to be part of a forever family. After tragically losing their parents their life was dramatically changed and now they are holding on to one another closely. They are all physically healthy and within the norms for their ages developmentally. Ian is shy and reserved but has excellent communication skills. He loves to play different sports and also enjoys reading. Being the oldest of the group he is protective and very committed to his siblings. Aaden is positive and enjoys the company of others around him. He loves soccer and listening to music. He is also very attached to his siblings. Zoey and Vera are usually inseparable. Zoey is more shy and quiet while Vera likes to be the center of attention and take the lead. They love playing with dolls and playing different games. The girls love their brothers and desire to be close to them.
These children have experience a lot of grief in their short lives but have so much potential and deserve to be loved and given a hope for their future!
Isaiah is waiting to be loved, cuddled, and cared for. He is 2 years old and has caudal regression syndrome. It is stated that he “has a normal mental development and retention in the motor development due to congenital bone defects.” Isaiah can sit alone and stable and can also move himself around a room by crawling. He knows how to use a wheelchair very well and effectively.
Videos of Isaiah:
WE HAVE RECEIVED AN UPDATE ON JOSHUA!
This precious little boy is still waiting for his forever family! We have been advocating for him for a long time and would LOVE to see him in a loving and caring forever home!
“Joshua is sweet-hearted, calm and a very bright little boy. He plays with toys for a long time. He can build a tower of cubes. He looks through books with a huge interest and leaves traces with a pencil on a sheet of paper. He is a smiling child, who enjoys other children’s company. He is emotionally warm and radiant. He started using several meaningful words.
According to our psychologist who visited him at the end of last months, Joshua has kept on progressing in the past year and there has been lots of positive changes in his social and speech development. He has matured emotionally and presents himself as more confident in communication.”
Video of Joshua:
It is said about Nathan,
“He is described as extroverted, inquisitive, well-intentioned, consistent, sociable, ambitious, hard-working, and responsible. Other than that, he impresses as a very clever boy – when facing a more difficult task he would come up with several strategies and he would make use of his previous knowledge and experience in a new situation. Nathan has excellent abilities to adapt and good motivation for school achievements. He complies with boundaries and understands the moral categories. The boy is easily motivated by encouragement and demonstrates empathy.
He is 12 years old and is familiar with household activities, such as cleaning, laying the table, cooking, tidying up and doing laundry, and he copes with those with precision.
He forms close emotional relationships and has age-correspondent emotional maturity.
He has interests in gardening, cooking and creative work.
He states his wish to be adopted abroad and have his own family.”
He would be such a blessing to any family! This boy has greatly pressed upon our hearts and we would LOVE to see him part of a loving forever family!
Video of Nathan:
Omar & Dylan
Omar is a handsome and healthy 14 year old boy. He has good physical development but is delayed in some areas and his thinking process runs at a slightly slower pace. He has a hard time keeping his attention and concentrating on things but he is receiving help at school for this. Omar is active and loves to play sports and participate in group activities. He also likes to watch TV. He is sociable and friendly and seeks attention of others.
Dylan is a smiley, sociable, and energetic 6 year old boy. He is physically healthy and developing within the norm in all areas for his age. His speech is intelligent and his understanding is very impressive for his age. His movements are coordinated and he shows a lot of talent and capability in athletic activites. Dylan loves painting and playing with cars and trucks. He is deeply impressed by musical toys resembling a musical instrument. He loves the attention of adults and when they are nearby.
Dylan is in a foster family but maintains contact with his older brother Omar, who is in an orphanage.
Both boys deserve to be part of a loving forever family!
Peppy HAS BEEN MATCHED!!
We have received an updated medical on Peppy! It states that he “is a somatically healthy child who has muscle hypotonia. Every day he receives physical therapy.” He is 18 months old and will need help sitting, he has weak muscle tone (possibly due to institutionalization), moderate vision issues (he will need glasses), and light psychomotor delay. It also states “as far as his motor development is concerned, Peppy has improved the control of his head and is able to keep it in upright position. He can flip from back to front and vice versa and then he stands on his knees and hands. When placed to sit he is able to stay this way only with support. Peppy is able to crawl short distances. He makes attempts to stand up on his feet. The boy is able to stand on his feet when holding onto a firm support. He moves around in a baby-walker. He tries to reach objects he is interested in. His orientation in time and space is satisfactory. The child reacts to his name. he makes a difference between known persons and strangers; when interacting with adults he reacts with interest and a smile. He enjoys playing simple games with adults. Peppy tries to knock two cubes against each other when shown how to do it. He eats with a spoon.”
It is very rare that we see a child this young, who seems to have very minor needs!
Simon is an adorable and intuitive little boy! He is 5 years old and is blind. He loves listening to music, is able to crawl and walk with support and is able to explore new spaces. When entering a new room Simon makes a sound with his mouth, similar to ticking and by this sound he orients himself about the room and the places of the objects. He is in a wonderful foster family who does a great job caring for him and working with him on things like his fine motor skills. Simon says words and short phrases to express his needs and wants. He is calm going to bed and the foster family is working with him on potty training. He loves attention from adults but also enjoys playing with other children. He is reserved at first with meeting new people but when he gets use to someones presence he seeks to communicate with them. “Since the beginning of October 2015, Simon was entered and will start a kindergarten, in the beginning half a day. There he will have the opportunity to work with a resource teacher and speech therapist, and also with a physiotherapist.”
From birth until last December Simon was in an orphanage and was severely malnourished and not cared for, as it is with many children who are blind. Since being in a foster family he has grown and progressed in so many ways!
Videos of Simon:
Tabitha (age 5) has made remarkable progress since her placement in a foster family in June 2015. This is what is reported on her; “At the time of her placement at the foster family the girl was fed with a baby bottle, had a bloated belly and didn’t respond to instructions. Although she has been in the foster family for just 2 months now, she has made some significant steps in her development – she now eats solid food, can feed herself solid foods and chews; she responds to being called by name; she follows instructions such as “Give me ….”, “Come here”, etc.; she takes off her shoes, she eats independently with a spoon, she is trying to produce syllables, she is now calm while bathed and she loves being in the water.
The child’s social worker reported that the girl has been evaluated by specialists and the evaluation has been positive. Since Sept.2015 the girl will start attending a Center for children and families, where she will start having sessions with a speech therapist, a psychologist and a special education teacher. It is expected that will greatly stimulate the girl’s further progress.”
Tabitha is a precious little girl with great potential and she deserves a loving family who can help her achieve that and surround her with love!!
Seth and Sawyer
Seth is incredibly bright and reponsible for his 11 year old age. He is physically healthy and developing within the norm for his age. He is able to focus well and he is inquisitive. Seth is interested in different subjects, asks different questions and seeks answers. He is active and energetic and loves to play sports. He sets his own goals and tries to reach them. In one of his videos he states “Most of all, I want to have my own family, who would love me a lot and also love my brother.”
Sawyer is a helpful and compassionate young boy. He is physically healthy and has moderate mental delay. He needs continual speech therapy which has greatly helped him enrich his vocabulary. A resource teacher, a psychologist and a speech therapist have been working with him this year. When in a familiar and secure environment that is similar to a home environment, he feels more confident, calmer and has a better self-esteem. Sawyer takes part in the individual and group performances and events.
Seth and Sawyer are very close and greatly desire a forever family!
Videos of Seth and Sawyer:
Sarah is a very precious and beautiful 5 year old girl with Down Syndrome. Sarah has had a steady, slow increase in developmental skills observed, especially when the child spends time in a group of peers (learning by repetition of others’ behavior, as well as motor, social and communication development). Sarah requires monitoring and aid in development of all spheres, while incorporating selfsufficiency functions (among them training of cleanliness activities).
Video of Sarah:
Tina is a precious 7 year old from Eastern Europe. She has a congenital heart defect: unbalanced atrioventricular canal defect, muscular ventrical septal defect and hipoplastic aortic arch. Her left kidney also has features of double pyelocalyceal system. She is an active and is not letting her conditions keep her down. Tina needs a loving and caring family that will help her thrive.
We have received updated information on Logan(4)! This is what is said about him, “He is such a ray of light! Full of energy, radiant, playful, lovable and affectionate. The psychologist..makes a very favorable forecast about his potential and future development. This boy would simply thrive once placed in a stable, loving and stimulating family environment.”
Video of Logan:
Emily is a beautiful 4 year old girl with Down Syndrome. Emily is silly and loves to play!!! According to a precious assessment “she likes motor games (jumping on the Bobath ball – game “jak to milo” /oh how nice/, or on the therapist’s legs – game “jedzie konik” /giddy-up giddy-up horsey/) and asks for“action” (she jumps) when the game is stopped. She really likes stimulation of proprioception she searches them by herself. Emily seeks out play and loves to be active.
Video of Emily:
Isaac is a cautious and caring little guy who loves being outside. He is 6 years old and is blind and was diagnosed with infantile cerebral palsy – spastic diplegia; and severe delay in the neuro-psychical development. He moves around on his own but his actions are a bit hesitant. He recognizes things by touching his immediate environment in which he lives. He is oriented in time and place through smell, hearing, and acoustics of the premises. He LOVES music and tries to match the beat by clapping his hands or moving his body.
All new activities are accompanied by lots of reservation and uncertainty but with patience and consistency, Isaac masters them. He wants to explore the world around him more than his present development allows, so he needs proximity of an adult. He has a great relationship with his physical therapist and has shown tremendous progress since working with her.
Christopher is a smiley 7 year old boy who enjoys other children’s company. He seeks adults’ attention with his eyes and gets visibly excited and waves his hands. Christopher is calm when in the children’s group and although he does not interact with the other children yet, he stays close to them. He was diagnosed with congenital cytomegalovirus infection; infantile cerebral palsy – mixed form; symptomatic epilepsy; congenital anomaly of the excretory system – hydronephrosis in the left; delayed neuropsychological development; and protein-calorie malnutrition. He needs a loving and caring home to take care of him and his needs!
To view a view of Christopher, click on the link below:
Nicky is cute 2 year old boy who is need of a loving structured home! He has microcephaly and is delayed in his psychomotor development. His behavior is associated with a developmental disorder in the autistic spectrum. He is able to walk independently and is a very curious boy. He seeks interaction with other children and can make sounds but does not articulate full words. He really likes children’s music and is generally a calm boy.
You can view videos of him on the links below: