The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
Individualized grant funding for qualifying families may be available through our President’s Grant. Contact us for more details!
Darling Eric was born February of 2014. His diagnoses is down Syndrome and epididymitis in the right testes. His information is from April 2016 and says the following: At present Eric is almost 2 years old. He is a boy who smiles often and likes to attract the adults’ attention. He is able to sit steadily, and can crawl on hands and knees to go after a rolling ball. He can stand up easily with holding the handrails, and can move in steps to his side. He can also sit down on the floor cushion slowly. He likes to play rocking horse toys, and when he is happy, he will rock it in a wide margin. He is always interested in new toys. He can transfer a toy from one hand to another. He is also able to hold one toy in each hand to bang them together. Sometimes when the caregiver walks in a hurry through his bed, he will say loudly “Hi, mom” to attract the caregiver’s attention. He likes to play hide and seek with the caregiver. Eric knows his name, and when someone calls him, he will turn his head to find the source of the sound. When the weather is sunny, the caregiver will take him to the garden to get some sun. Eric will reach towards the flowers and touch them.
Eric would surely bring much happiness to your family.
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