Jackson was born in July 2006 and found abandoned when he was around 4 months old. He’s been diagnosed with hemangioma’s on both upper and lower limbs, chest and back.
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
When Jackson was 2.5 he was sent to live with a foster family. At the time of his report he was 5 years old and was said to be strong and healthy. He could run alone, go up and down stairs without help, hold a pend and scribble, point to body parts and pick up peanuts with chop sticks. He shared his toys and food with familiar children and liked to help his foster parents. He was described as being fairly introverted and shy, and fond of playing games. He knew his colors and spoke in sentences. He enjoyed playing with balls, blocks and toy guns but his favorite activity was when his foster parents took him out to play.
UPDATE FROM JULY 2012 BELOW:
Jackson could walk and run on his own and was growing healthy, strong and handsome. He was described as outgoing, energetic and a little stubborn. He liked playing games and in good weather he would go on walks with his foster parents.
UPDATE FROM NOVEMBER 2016 BELOW:
In November 2016 agency staff met Jackson and said he was a shy, very sweet child. He was attending school and could speak, read and write in Mandarin, and enjoyed painting. Agency staff were told he had a mental developmental delay and it was noted that his arms were swollen from the forearm down.
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