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Jade was born in August 2013 and found abandoned when she was around 11 months old. She has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome.
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Jade’s adoption report was written in July 2017 just before her 4th birthday. At that time her physical development was said to be good and she could walk alone, understood instructions and had strong curiosity. She was described as a very smart little girl who liked all kinds of toys, and was said to be “adorable” by many teachers and caretakers. She could go up and down stairs by herself, could walk and run and climb over a short fence. The author of Jade’s adoption report wrote that Jade and a friend crawl over a fence together to go into the office. After she closes the door she will want to climb into the author’s lap and imitate typing on the keyboard. Once she found a snack in the office and indicated to an adult that she wanted it. After receiving the snack she went back to the nursery room.
Jade was said to have a happy smile and could imitate writing on paper with a pen. She could wash her own hands, help set the table, feed herself, liked communicating with others and had a strong imitation ability. When she fell she knew to get back up herself. When other children are naughty Jade would make angry faces. She would imitate the caretakers by feeding dolls with empty bottles and giving them baths.
Jade was fond of listening to music, reading picture books, playing games and playing with toys. She had a ready smile and was fairly extroverted. Her favorite activity was playing outside and her favorite toys were dolls.
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