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We are excited to share that we have a LOT of new photos and information about Aiden and Nuri but not enough room to share here. Our attorney recently met them and said the following:
My opinion is that these children are very sweet and showed respect to adults (my observation during the visit). I have no doubt that they have a potential to develop and that they can achieve more in the educational process with much more encouragement, motivation and more work at home. I really hope their forever family will show up soon! They, like every child deserve a family who will love and care for them. They need a family who will find the right way to motivate them to have goals and achievements.
Please reach out to [email protected] to find out how you can see all the new information we have on these cute siblings.
Meet two handsome brothers – Aidan born 1-2009 and Nuri born March of 2007. We have a new update coming soon with new photos and videos but for now please read what the staff from the orphanage has said about each:
Nuri is said to have normal physical and psychic development for his calendar age. He is a student in seventh grade. Frequently he is absent from school. Presently, is learning online. He is embarrassed trying to understand the material for mathematics. He prepares his lessons in school with the help of a resource teacher. Nuri participates in games and joint activities with the children. He likes to impose his position over the children and adults. He needs support to have strong hygiene and living habits. He follows the rules in the Center and at school.
Aidan is said to have normal physical and psychic development for his calendar age. He is a student in fifth grade. He regularly goes to school. He too has some difficulties mastering the material on mathematics. With the help of resource teacher Aidan is able to prepare his lessons. He is often absentminded and not focused during the school process. He establishes short-term contact with adults. He participates in games and joint activities with the children. He needs support to have stronger hygiene and living habits. Aidan likes to lie down when he is not at school. At times Aidan talks back and behaves badly to the staff. He does try to pay efforts to follow the rules of the Center.
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