The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
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This little guy is Jeffrey. He was born in October of 2014 and is doing well in his foster family. They say he is basically the same as his peers! He was born with one ear deformity and glaucoma of the right eye. Jeffrey doesn’t let any of that stop him and an update in September of 2018 said: Height 94 cm, weight 14.2 kg, bust 58 cm, head circumference 49 cm, foot length 16 cm. The child does have some hearing. He has normal intelligence and pronounces easily. His report before that is from December of 2017 and says the following: Jeffrey can crawl, walk by holding onto the rail or with one hand being held, goes upstairs by holding onto the wall, stands alone steadily, walks alone freely, will complete motions such as running and jumping. He can pick up small pills with thumbs and forefingers; has flexible thumbs and forefingers; can hold a pen to draw lines, take blocks out of a cup, bang blocks together, put blocks into a cup, cap a box. He can imitate pronunciations; can speak 3-5 characters; can speak sentences with 3-5 characters; can point out eyes, ears, nose, mouth and hands. He can express needs in language; understand the meaning of NO; know to give when being asked; know to cooperate to put on clothes; basically the same as peers. Let us know if you would like a new update on this smart kid!!
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