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Meet Violet! Violet is a darling 7-year old girl in need of a family to call her own. She was born with ocular dysplasia, meaning that she has no vision in either of her eyes. She is a bright, active kiddo who can clearly express herself to her caretakers. She is on target in regards to her mobility development and she loves to play games with the other kiddos. She has a very curious mind and appears to be thriving in regards to her cognitive development. Overall, she is a sweet, talkative girl who is energetic and extroverted. If you’d like to learn more about Violet, please reach out to Great Wall!

Willow is a precious 3-year old girl in need of a forever family! She has been diagnosed with a patent foramen ovale in her heart, but overall she seems to be thriving! She also arrived to the orphanage with a surgical scar on her abdomen, but it is unclear at this time what the surgery was performed for. Willow is a bright, smart kiddo who appears to be reaching cognitive milestones. She can follow simple instructions, recognizes her name and can say the names of each of her classmates, and can easily differentiate between strangers and caregivers. She’s a sweet kiddo who waves goodbye to her nannies each night when they say goodbye! She can climb stairs by holding on to the rails and loves to dance with her nannies. Willow is also able to feed herself with a spoon, take her clothes on and off, and clearly express her needs to her caregivers. She is a bright, happy child who would thrive with the care of a forever family! Please reach out to Great Wall to learn more!Shea is a lovely girl from China that is 13 years old. Shea will be aging out of the China Adoption System in July of this year, so she needs to be adopted very soon or else she’ll never have the chance at having a Forever Family.

Shea has some cognitive and developmental delays, but physically she appears to be healthy. Shea started off at an orphanage when she was little, but she has been living in a foster family since she was 4 years old. After living with the foster family she greatly improved on her cognitive and development abilities. Shea can speak and read, she can name festivals and their dates, and she can fill in the blanks of sentences for where certain words go. She can express herself in full sentences and she can explain the meaning of things that are happening in pictures. She has learned how to read, write and do math. She enjoys playing with others and will initiate games on her own. Shea still has some delays, but she is improving all the time.

You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Shea. We hope we are able to find Shea her Forever Family soon!

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Carrie is a sweet little girl from China that is 3 and a half years old. Carrie has CHD (Congenital Heart Disease), specifically coarctation of the aortic arch and PDA and some developmental delays. Carrie is described by her caretakers as a smart and cute girl. When she sees other children coming into the room she will smile and say “welcome” and will clap her hands. She likes play with other children and she is good about sharing her toys with others. She likes to hold her care takers hands when they walk together.

You can contact the China Home Finding Team at Great Wall if you would like to learn more about adopting Carrie. We hope we are able to find Carrie her Forever Family soon!

Boyd is a darling 11-year old boy in need of a forever family! He was born with cognitive heart disease and Down Syndrome. He also has cryptorchidism, which is a condition in which his testicles have not descended. At five years old, Boyd starting going to classes within the institute! He is a bright, active little guy who loves to engage with his teachers and caregivers. He follows instructions well and is always quick to do his homework! His caretakers describe him as active, restless, and mischievous. He’s an amazing kiddo that would thrive with the love of a forever family. Please reach out to Great Wall to learn more!

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