Hi my name is Jill and I am 2 years old! My doctors tell me I have something that affects the way I hear so it is hard for me to hear soft sounds. I respond well to louder noises and communicate through gestures and smiles! I also have mild scoliosis and need some assistance walking but I don’t let that get me down! My caretakers love me and say I’m an extrovert who is always smiling and giggling. I love bright colors, swinging on the swing but most of all; I love to be held by my caretakers! My friends at Great Wall are working hard to find me a family that I can love forever!
Hi, my name is Bradley and I am 3 years old! My doctor says that I have something called cerebral palsy but I don’t let that get me down! My file is a little bit out of date, so my friends at Great Wall are working on getting some more information about me. Contact them today to learn how to learn how you can become my forever family!
Hi, I’m Benedict and I will be two years old very soon! My arms and legs aren’t like my friends’, but I don’t let that get me down. I can’t walk, but I find other ways to get around all on my own! My caretakers say I am confident and optimistic. I get along with my caretakers and friends really well. I try to say ‘Hi’ and ‘Bye’ to everyone as they come in and out of my room. When I am sad I love for my caretakers to throw me in the air and cuddle me.
Hi, my name is Susannah and I am 7 years old. I have something called cerebral palsy, which causes my muscles to be a little tense. When I first got to the orphanage I was unable to stand, but I have been working really hard to strengthen my muscles. Now I can walk up and down the stairs all by myself as long as I hold on to the railing. My caretakers say that I am improving greatly! I can’t wait to find my forever family!
Hi, my name is Betty and I am three and a half years old! My doctors tell me I have something called cerebral palsy which makes my muscles tense, but I can sit up all on my own! My legs are a little bit weak, but I’ve been working really hard in therapy and my caretakers say I’m getting stronger! I like playing with other children my age and I enjoy listening to music. I’m not speaking yet and I’m a bit shy when I first meet strangers, but once I get to know you I will play with you all day!