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Kenneth was born in January 2016 and found abandoned as a newborn. He has been diagnosed with post-operative meningocele, left leg paralysis and delayed development.
AGENCY DESIGNATED SPECIAL FOCUS CHILD
In March 2016 he received surgery for tethered cord syndrome and repair of Meningocele from which he recovered well. Kenneth’s adoption report was written shortly before his second birthday and caretakers said he was a happy, tolerant, caring and quiet boy who liked listening to music, playing with toys and playing games. He liked imitating, had quick reactions and was full of energy. He was close with his foster parents and liked being cuddled by them.
Kenneth could crawl and stand while holding something. He could pick up small objects with his fingers, hold a pen and imitate drawing lines, turn pages in a book and put blocks into a cup. He was imitating words and could say, “mom” and “dad.” His intelligences was said to be the same as his peers. He understood what “no” meant and could follow simple directions. He was cooperative with dressing and although he was wearing diapers they believed he was able to control defecation and urination. His favorite activity was playing with other children. Kenneth had a ready smile and his favorite toys were blocks and cars.
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