Seth was born in October 2010 and has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome. He was abandoned in front of his Social Welfare Institute when he was about 4 months old. I got to meet him briefly last summer and was blown away by how much he and his teacher adore one another! He is such a happy little guy and truly wanted to imitate and please her.
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According to his report Seth “is bright and has a ready smile, likes communicating with others, asks for attention from adults, happy under the company of other kids. He would envy who got better attention. Seth knows how to share with others, knows to get along well with other kids, likes playing games with kids of his class, can imitate actions and facial expression of adults and other kids. Seth understands simple instructions such as drink water, have meals, dance, touch ears, nose, hair, stand, walk, sit and stand up. Seth likes repeating words from adults, likes children’s songs, lone to cooperate gestures with simple instructions such as goodbye, hug and shake head for ‘no.’ Seth can stand and walk against furniture. He can scribble, can tear toys apart and then make them up. Can build three blocks, unscrew bottles and throw balls forward. Seth can take on and off shoes and socks, wash his face, wipe his nose. Seth likes listening to music.”
Pictures from July 2013
Updated picture from December 2013
See Seth in this video:
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