Nashville

Nashville was born in April 2013 and found abandoned when he was around 6 months old and a birth note was with him indicating his age. He has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome.

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At the time his report was written Nashville was 3.5 years old. He could walk, go up and down stairs alone and follow instructions from a care giver. His hands could move freely and he could eat with a spoon and drink with a cup, and enjoyed climbing around on furniture. He communicated mostly with gestures but could say “grandma” and made a few sounds. He loved imitating and playing with toys and games. When he watched musical performances on TV he would dance. He likes snacks and is able to determine what he does and doesn’t like to eat. At this time he was able to control urine but wasn’t fully potty trained yet.

Nashville was described by orphanage staff as being lively, active and extroverted. They said he liked to play with other children and enjoyed time with adults as well. He doesn’t like to share treats with others but is generous with his caretaker. He is able to play alone.

Agency staff met Nashville in November 2017 and said he is very ticklish! He responded to voices, turned to locate sounds and could follow a moving object with his eyes. He could search for dropped items, build a tower with blocks and play games like patty cake. He could laugh, imitate words and vocalize sounds like “mama.” Nashville was able to hold a crayon and scribble on paper, throw a ball, run and jump. He lives with a foster family and had 2 foster siblings in his home. Caretakers said he eats well and is very playful. They hope he will find a family to love him.

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