Mary is a cute little girl that is only one and a half years old. Mary has something called congenital leucoma which means she has a lack or loss of transparency of the corneas of her eyes. This condition does cause Mary’s vision to be impaired, however it appears that Mary can see and that she is not blind. There may be some treatments for this condition in the United States that Mary doesn’t currently have access to in China.
Mary’s file was prepared when she was only 10 months old, so as of that time Mary was sitting up by herself and learning how to crawl. Mary was also babbling and was starting to say some simple words. Mary’s caretakers described her as being curious and eager to discover the world around her. Mary liked being held and cuddled by her caregivers while being rocked in a rocking chair. Her caretakers said that she is a sweet, pleasant baby.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting baby Mary. We hope we are able to find Mary her Forever Family soon!
This sweet kiddo’s name is Landon, and he is 9 years old. He has been diagnosed with Hepatitis B, but it doesn’t appear to affect his daily life in any way. He’s currently in school and doing a fantastic job! His cognitive development is on target and he has a lot of friends within his school. We received an update for Landon last July, and at the time he was living with a foster family! He has always gotten along well with his caretakers and says that he loves them very much. If you’d like to learn more about Landon, please reach out to Great Wall!
Lilianna is a sweet little girl that just recently turned 3 years old. Lilianna has cerebral palsy and so her gross motor skills are delayed. She also has exotropia of her left eye and poor eyelid strength on her left eye as well. Lilianna was abandoned when she was about 3 months old and has been in an orphanage ever since.
Lilianna is able to crawl and will crawl with great vigor when she sees a toy or a snack that she wants. She can sit by herself against a wall but she needs a teacher’s help to sit independently. She has good fine motor skills and can pick up small objects with her thumb and index fingers easily. She is currently babbling but not saying words. She does know her own name and she will turn her head to look when someone is calling her name. She understands adult’s facial expressions and she can distinguish strangers from familiar people.
Lilianna is a quite, introverted little girl. She really likes to listen to music and to dance with the music when it’s playing. She enjoys playing with her peers and receiving cuddles from her caretakers. When she is upset her caretakers say that she will be comforted by being held.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting little Lilianna. We hope we are able to find Lilianna her Forever Family soon!Bobby is a cute little guy that turned 1 years old this past September! Bobby was born with hydrocephalus and spina bifida. He has received surgeries for both needs and his file indicates that they were successful. He has a regular and consistent schedule and he has grown to become adjusted to his environment and his caretakers. His file indicates that he makes eye contact with his caretakers and he responds when his name is called. GWCA is currently working on getting an update. Contact a Matching Specialist if you would like to review his file! Jessa is an adorable little gal who turned 3 years old in December! Her file indicates that she has cerebral palsy but it is unclear how severe her condition is at this time. Her caretakers assist her daily with rehabilitation services to stimulate her cognitive and physical development. Jessa has a routine schedule and does not have any issues with her sleeping or eating habits. Since coming to the institute, she has had no serious illnesses. Great Wall is still working toward gathering updated information on her cerebral palsy. Contact one of our matching specialists if you would like to review her file! Ruthie is an amazing girl who just turned 7 in late March! When Ruthie was 1 year old, doctors observed that some parts of her brain were not developing fully. This effected her vision, language, and mobility. At age 2 Ruthie underwent a year and a half of rehabilitation, and was then able to walk without assistance and say a few words! At the time her file was prepared in 2014, Ruthie was doing great, even singing along to children’s songs and doing dances with the other kiddos! Her file indicates that she may be somewhat delayed cognitively, but we are working hard to find out more recent information for her. Please reach out to Great Wall if you’d like to review her file!Marigold is a sweet little girl that is 8 and a half years old. Marigold was born with cleft lip and cleft palate, but she received a surgery when she was younger to correct her cleft lip and cleft palate. As of when her file was prepared back in 2013, she was able to walk and go up and down stairs by herself. Marigold was able to color and imitate drawing vertical lines on paper. Marigold was babbling at that time her file was prepared. Because she has a cleft lip and cleft palate her language has most likely been delayed to some extent. Her caregivers say that she has quick reactions and that she adapts to change quickly. She is an active girl that is fond of listening to music and she likes to dance. She is very energetic and likes to play with her friends. She also likes to play hand-clapping games with her caregivers.
You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Marigold. We hope we are able to find Marigold her Forever Family soon!Zane is an adorable little guy who will be turning 2 years old this July! He was born with a cleft lip and palate and a congenital heart defect. According to his file, Zane’s physical development is delayed compared to his peers but his cognitive development is normal. He can understand simple commands and always giggles seeing familiar faces! He can clap his hands, roll over and hold toys with both of his hands. His file indicates that he demonstrates an attachment with his primary caregiver. Zane loves watching TV and listening to music. Because of his heart defect, Zane has to limit his strenuous physical activity. Contact one of our matching specialists if you are interested in reviewing his file! Read More