Henry

Henry was born in April 2004 and found abandoned when he was around one year old. He was diagnosed with post-operative Cerebral Palsy.

AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD

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Henry’s adoption file was completed in June 2015 when he was 11 years old. They said he had been living in a foster family with 5 other children whom he got along well with. He’s described as being gentle and sensible, polite, “bookish” and not one to lose his temper. With strangers he could be a little shy but warmed up quickly.

Henry received surgery for his cerebral palsy in July 2009 and rehabilitation for several years. At the time of his report he was able to feed himself, wash his face, crush teeth, put on and take off clothes and shoes, and use the restroom without help. He can sing, recite poems, draw, do puzzles and addition and subtraction. He takes part in literary and artistic activities in the institute. Henry has fine intelligence development, strong language ability and a good memory. His file states his lower limbs are more affected by cerebral palsy than upper limbs.

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Henry is said to be a handsome boy and has consented to be adopted by a foreign family.  He hopes to find a family who will love him very much. Occasionally he admires pictures sent for other children who will be raised by foreigners.

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Hoping for an update!

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