Addilyn was born in October 2007 and found abandoned a few days later. She has been diagnosed with post-operative congenital bilateral cleft lip and palate.
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
At the time of her report Addilyn was 2 years and 10 months old. Her main foods were noodles, formula with rice cereal, rice, eggs and minced meat. She was described as timid and shy, active and quiet. She cold crawl, walk with support, stand alone, draw, imitate and speak words, handed caretakers objects they asked for, was cooperative with dressing and could point to body parts. She liked to listen to music, play with toys and games, and had a ready smile. She was described as gregarious and energetic. Her favorite activities were watching TV and listening to music and her favorite toys were dolls.
NOVEMBER 2016 UPDATE BELOW:
In November 2016 agency staff met Addilyn and noted that she had developmental delays and was malnourished. She would turn her head to locate sounds but she may have scarring in her ears from old ear infections. She engaged in dialogue and could speak in full sentences, but not clearly. She could write some numbers and Chinese characters and read some simple poems. She sang and danced, and had good mobility (walking, jumping, running). She threw a ball and dressed dolls. She is potty trained and has good self care ability with eating, dressing and bathing. Addilyn attends school on the orphanage campus and was said to be an outgoing girl who enjoys playing with other children. She is a very nice child with a good personality who loves to paint pictures!
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