Lee was born in December 2015 and was found abandoned when he was around 5 months old. He has been diagnosed with post-operative fistulation of congenital anal atresia and post-operative tethered cord.


Lee received surgeries in September 2016 and January 2017, and his adoption file was completed in December 2017. He was described as a cute and pleasant boy with bright eyes. At the age of 10 months he could stand against the toy shelf and would try to reach for toys in the closet. He would squat to pick up dropped toys and try to put them back on the shelf. At the age of 12 months he could walk around against the platform, and could sometimes take 3-4 steps without help. He babbled and played simple games with a caretaker. At the time of his report he was 24 months old. When he noticed a caregiver with food he could move a chair to the desk, sit well and feed himself with a spoon. While leaving to play outdoors he could remind his caretaker to push the elevator button and say, “Mum, the door is closed” after it closes. On the playground he would run to the slide and could climb up and go down. If his shoe fell off he could hold up his foot and use words to ask for help.

Lee could crawl on his hands and knees, walk, run, go up and down stairs, pick up small objects, build a tower with blocks, speak words and respond to others asking him for objects. He was described as an active and talkative boy who enjoyed playing outdoors.


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