Dennis is a Rock Star! Dennis is a healthy twelve year old boy. He had his cleft lip and palate repaired when he was an infant and he has been thriving ever since then. Here's what his caregivers have to report: Dennis is a steady and surefooted child. He has good school records all the time. He is organized and can introduce himself generously. He is good at math and has gotten full marks on a recent final exam. He likes sports and likes running. As other children in the welfare institute, he is studying in a public elementary
Anthony is just two and a half years old. He has been diagnosed as having cerebral palsy, but he is able to walk a little. Here's what the orphanage Nannies have to say: Anthony understands when the caretaker calls him, is able to walk alone by holding onto things, crawl quickly, very bright, able to climb up the swing and swing himself for fun by treading the floor with his legs, likes to study shoes, when he sees a caretaker’s shoe he holds it in his arms and studies it carefully. When he sees a crack between the door
Three year old Jenny underwent spinal cord surgery as an infant. Since then, she has been in good health and is coming along nicely. Jenny is very attached to her caretakers. She can call them by names such as "Aunty" or "Grandma." According to her orphanage report, Jenny can stand alone and walk holding on to a handrail. Could Jenny call you by the name "Mom"? Contact Nicky Losse 314 812 1742 firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more The video below shows Jenny as an infant interacting with her orphanage caregivers.
Five year old Owen is a bundle of boyish energy! Owen has oddly shaped ears, but his hearing is just fine. When Owen came to the orphanage as a baby, the administrators were afraid the other children might make fun of his appearance so they placed him with a foster family. As Owen grew into his foster home, he became more confident and now he talks a mile a minute. According to his social workers "the child is outgoing, and never be wordless." Owen likes to cuddle on his foster mom's lap. He follows the grandpa throughout the house
Sarah's Chinese name mean Joyful Summer Beautiful Sarah turns 4 this week. Sarah came to the orphanage as a premature infant with congenital cataracts. Here's what Sarah's caregivers report: Sarah is an active little girl, looks beautiful, has a ready smile, agile actions, walks steadily, likes to walk around in the room, approaches the caretakers who all like her very much. Sarah likes to play with toys that make sounds, listen to music, play games with caretakers. Sarah has quick response, can distinguish caretakers in the room by their voices, understand caretakers’ words, but is unable to speak yet,
Four-year-old Thomas is a handsome little guy. Thomas currently lives with a foster family where he likes to follow his mom around all day. Thomas has great large motor skills - he can walk, run, go up and down stairs. He doesn't talk much and is still working on small motor coordination. It is suspected that Thomas might be autistic, but this is not known for certain. Watch Thomas' videos bellow and see what you think. Contact NickyLosse 314 812 1742 email@example.com to learn more.
Three year old Sean came to his orphanage as a one month old infant, suffering from severe malnutrition. You can see from his photo that Sean has filled out nicely. Sean currently lives at Weinan Orphanage, the former home of many of our CHI sons and daughters. Here's the report from his nannies as of June, 2017: "He can crawl quickly; can sit by using hand to support the body. He can sit alone for a short time period. He can hold the toy by using his hands. He cannot stand, cannot walk; he is a lovely boy."
Nine-year-old Nannette is outgoing and sociable. She loves playing with the other kids, especially if they can all play outdoors. Nannette takes care of all of her personal needs herself. She is always eager to be helpful with chores around the orphanage. Except for minor hypothyroidism, Nannette is healthy in every way. She is currently in second grade in her school. What Nannette needs most is a family to love her. Could that be YOU? Watch Nannette's little video below Contact Nicky Losse 314 812 1742 firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Nannette