Quincy was born in August 2006 and found abandoned when he was about a year old. He has been diagnosed with hydrocephalus but doesn’t require a shunt.
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The orphanage says that he developed fast and was able to walk alone within two weeks of coming to stay with them. He used to eat more than any of the other children and would rush to the dinner table. This may have been because he wasn’t fed properly before coming to the orphanage. Once he started attending school, Quincy was much more mature. He limited how much he ate and waited quietly until dinner was ready. He learned a lot in classes, though his teachers say he was often restless. He has improved with this and can follow the teacher’s words and instructions better now. In school he is given the opportunity to give both song and dance performances. He loves to do puzzles and recite poetry.
In 2011, Quincy, who was 5 at the time, was improving greatly. He was smarter, better behaved, and had a greater ability to take care of himself. He could feed himself, engage in daily hygiene activities, clean up after himself, dress himself, and help out with other children. A recent report says that Quincy’s intellectual development is behind that of his peers, but he loves to study and always tries hard. He concentrates in class and listens carefully, though this is hard for him. His performance and behavior is best in class when he is doing cultural and artistic activities such as singing and dancing. He is described as outgoing and lively. He enjoys talking and playing games with others. His intelligence is improving and he is very likeable.
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