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Quinn was born in January 2011 and found abandoned when he was around 7 months old. He’s been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.
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At the age of 6-12 months Quinn was very thing and liked holding his left hand in a fist. The muscular tension in his legs was high and he began receiving rehabilitation training and massage. After several months his appetite increased significantly. He would often squint his eyes while smiling when content. He knew to communicate with both body and verbal language and would make sounds and wave his hands and feet when played with. At the age of 1-3 years old he began to walk and his muscular tension decreased. He became very active. He liked climbing up and down the slide and going up and down stairs holding rails. He could hold a bowl with one hand and a spoon with another to feed himself and he smiled often. The staff called him a handsome boy. At the age of 3-6 years he entered a Kindergarten class in the institute and began to receive preschool education. Caretakers were happy with his progress and his report indicates that he has good intelligence, is active and generous, and could communicate well. Although some words weren’t pronounced well he could express his needs clearly in a loud, crisp and sweet voice. He had good academic ability and could count, recite numbers and do simple math. He could read, recite poems and children’s songs, and make a simple rhythm. Quinn had a strong imitating ability, was coordinated and liked jumping. His fine motor skills were delayed and he was weak doing handcrafts, painting and drawing. He could dress himself, manage his self care and was cooperative with cleaning up toys. Quinn was said to be an optimistic and sunny boy.
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