Gwen was born in September 2005 and brought to the hospital to be treated for Neonatal Septicemia when she was about a week old. During her hospital admission her parents did not return for her and she was declared abandoned. After spending several weeks in the hospital for observation she was moved to her orphanage. Her diagnosis is post-treatment of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia, post-treatment Toxic Encephalopathy and Pterygium Hyperplasia on her right eye (which didn’t require treatment).
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
In June 2007 Gwen was moved into a foster family and her adoption report was completed when she was 10 years old. She was able to feed, wash and dress herself as well as taking care of her own toileting needs. She was said to be an introvert with a mild personality, also flexible and easy-going. She speaks in a low voice and sometimes her speech isn’t very clear but she is understandable if you listen carefully. Gwen is a sensible child and gets along well with her foster parents and neighbors. She loves drawing, coloring and skating, and her favorite snacks are chocolate and candies.
After moving into her foster families home her physical skills have gradually been catching up with other children her age. She can run, jump freely, go up and down stairs, ride a bike and roller skate. She eats with chopsticks and uses a spoon for soup.
At school she respects her teachers and behaves well in class. She is sociable and plays well with other children. She studies Chinese, Math, English, Music, Drawing and Physical Education. When she does her homework she needs help from her foster parents. Gwen’s communications skills are slightly behind those of other children her age. She is a polite and caring child.
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