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Sweet Isaac is said to be sensitive and gets along well with the other children in the room. Isaac was born in 2014 and diagnosed as having mild cerebral palsy. His file is outdated by a year and we would love to get an update for an interested family. Isaac’s caretakers say he is extroverted, restless, ready to smile, gets along well with others and is sensitive and compliant. He still needs to hold the rail to walk (*see newer video where he IS walking without assistance) and cannot speak now due to cerebral palsy. Usually he likes sitting in the toy car to explore or takes the toy to play with. He can feel everything around him through biting the toy. He smiles happily if someone calls his name. He is sensitive and cute. He can wait patiently and does not cry if seeing the caretaker feed another child first in the same room. He likes snacks and crawls to the caretaker if seeing the food. Could you be the forever family that helps Isaac to smile always?
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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