Howie was born in February 2014 and found abandoned as a newborn. He has been diagnosed with post-operative congenital anorectal malformation, post-operative colovesical fistula and tethered cord syndrome.
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
Howie’s adoption report was written in May 2017 and at that time he was described as shy and quiet boy with a soft voice. Staff said he liked playing with toys and interacting with adults. Due to his health concerns he spent a lot of time in a special room and had little interaction with other children. His movement and language abilities lagged behind peers but nurses said although he didn’t speak much they felt he was very smart. He understood what was being said to him and was affectionate. He could stand alone and could walk holding a hand or handrail.
Howie’s report states that there is no further treatment for him locally and the environment in the institute makes it hard for him to develop normally. They hope he will be adopted into a family with the resources to help him grow.
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