The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
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Bright little Boone was born January of 2013. He is post-operative for a sensitive special need and bilateral hernia. Both surgeries were successful and he has had good recovery. It is also suggested he has short stature and in another place dwarfism is suggested although he does not appear to have the traits of true dwarfism. The medical report also says he also has a congenital rib deformity and congenital spine deformity. Don’t miss Boone’s playful, energetic videos – he can even stand on his head!
Boone’s medical information is from July of 2019 and says the following: Although Boone’s limb development is delayed compared to his peers, his motor function is normal. At the age of 1 year and 3 months, he was able to walk. At the age of 3 years, he can go upstairs and downstairs with hands holding the handrails. Now he is 7 years old and can run and jump. He takes part in normal sports and games. He also likes to dance. His language function is normal. At the age of 1 year and 6 months, he can say mom. At the age of 2 years, he can say aunt. At the age of 3 years, he can sing children’s songs and follow the teacher. Now he has normal communication with the caretaker and children. He is able to express his own thoughts. He has normal intelligence development. Now he goes to the middle class in a kindergarten. He goes to school on time every day. In the class, he interacts with the teacher and classmates. He is able to recite poems and perform simple arithmetical operation Doesn’t Boone seem like a great addition for any family?!
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