Jamie was born in July 2013 and found abandoned as a newborn. He has been diagnosed with post-operative bilateral inguinal hernias and epilepsy.
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AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
Jamie is an active, smiley, energetic young boy who enjoys outdoor play, games, music, and toy trains. Jamie also enjoys helping out with the younger children. The orphanage describes him as a big brother to the other kids. Jamie has good self-care skills. He can use the bathroom, wash his hands, clean up, and get dressed and undressed without help. Jamie’s fine and gross motor skills seems to be on track. He can walk, jump, skip, and use the stairs. He can also imitate drawing shapes and lines well. Jamie has a good appetite. He knows his numbers and sizes. A report from May, 2017 says that Jamie can use simple words and have simple communication, producing two words at a time.
Jamie had surgery for his right inguinal hernia in November, 2015 and the left hernia was repaired a year later. When he was first abandoned he would have seizures once or twice a month. Agency staff are working to find out what medication Jamie takes and whether his seizures are well controlled with this medication.
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