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Jackson was born in January 2012 and found abandoned when he was around 2.5 years old. He has been diagnosed with progressive muscular dystrophy.
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Upon admission Jackson had motor and language delays, but he could understand adult’s instructions and was cooperative. In August of 2014 he was sent to the hospital twice for treatment and diagnosed at that time with progressive muscular dystrophy. After a year of rehabilitation he improved in all areas. At the time his report was written in January 2016 he could walk alone and steadily, could go up and downstairs and undress himself. He was described as a fairly stable child who was shy and timid. He made great progress with his language and could express his thoughts completely and there were no obvious differences with peers. He was attending kindergarten and got along well with his peers. He could sing some simple children’s songs, play with blocks and picture books but his memory was said to not be stable. He had an outgoing personality and wasn’t a picky eater. Jackson was living with a foster family within his institute and had a good relationship with his foster parents. He liked being cuddled by both his foster mom and foster dad.
A March 2018 update reported that Jackson gets along well with others and loves playing with his friends. He still lives with a family in the orphanage, where he has a favorite caregiver and is attached to her. His favorite toys are remote control planes and cars. He is reported to be shorter than his peers and he isn’t receiving any rehabilitation training at this time.
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