Serena was born in November 2014 and found abandoned when she was almost 3 months old. She has been diagnosed with Down Syndrome and post-operative congenital heart disease (CAVC(A)/ASD/PFO).
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Upon admission to her institute Serena was said to be white and fat, and very cute. At 3 months old she could turn to look at familiar people, gaze at adults and track moving objects. she could prop up her body with her arms when lying on her stomach. At 4 months old she liked sucking her fingers and playing with a caretaker. Sometimes she liked to play alone and other times she wanted someone to be with her. By 6 months her body was stronger but she didn’t like sitting – she preferred to be cuddled. She liked to kick her feet and pat her hands. By 9 months she could sit stably and took steps while being held under her arms. Her development was noted to be delayed compared to other children her age. She could crawl forward and sit alone to play with toys. Her hands were flexible and she could pass toys.
At the time of her report, November 2016, she was 18 months old and said to have a good appetite, normal potty habits and sound sleep. She could pick up small objects with her fingers, and her favorite activity was playing outside. Serena began living with a foster family in March 2016.
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