Jenny was born in May 2008 and found abandoned around 10 months old. She’s been diagnosed with being deaf. She received a cochlear implant in October 2017 and is getting hearing and speech training to learn some words although she can also communicate with sign language.
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
Jenny was described as an active, brave, smart, beautiful and considerate girl. She was said to have good self-care skills, got along well with other children and teachers, and she liked to help others with things like sweeping and mopping floors, cleaning tables, and putting chairs in place. Jenny had strong imitating ability and could imitate dances on TV. She studied at a special school where she grasped what she’s learned in class, had good memory and strong understanding and comprehending ability.
Jenny could read phrases and sentences and could tell other people what she’s read though sign language. She had strong observational ability, could find the subtleties in objects, could read facial expressions, and pass other’s information on or express her thoughts with sign language. Jenny completed homework on time, was improving with writing sentences and had nice handwriting. She liked drawing, handicrafts, rope skipping, dancing and exercise. She had been selected to be on her school’s dance team.
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