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We have an update for precious Charley from March 2020. Her caretakers say Charley is not walking yet or talking. She does like to play with toys but usually by herself. She will laugh at people she knows and will make noise when she is hungry. She is unable to follow instructions.
Darling Charley has an outdated file by two years. She was born in January of 2017 and the most recent update is from September 2017. We are working on an update now. In September of 2017 Charley’s caretakers said the following: Charley has slow physical development as she suffers from Down ’s syndrome. At the age of 1-2month, she cried when hungry, sucked hard when having milk, slept long time. At the age of 3-4 months, she could relax her fist, often push the towel with her foot. At the age of 5-6 months, she could grasp towel or clothes, try to transfer from lying on back to lying on side. At the age of 7-9 months, she could turn over, often sleep lying on abdomen, need help of nanny, transfer from lying on abdomen to lying on back. Charley could make sounds of Da, make sound of m,m when crying.
At the age of 1-2 months, she slept long time, cried when hungry, slept quietly after full. At the age of 3-4 months, observe objects with eyes and mouth, visually follow moving objects. At the age of 4-5 months, she paid attention to sound near her, smile when being teased, not scared of strangers, likes being held. At the age of 7 months, she could transfer from lying on back to lying on abdomen, play her hands and roll on her crib. Doesn’t Charley sound delightful! Please ask us if you are interested in an update.
For more information, please contact: Kathy@wiaa.org. You will be asked to complete a parent eligibility form before any file information can be released.
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