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We received an update for Jett however it is very sad. In fact the staff recommended that a family should not adopt Jett because “he lies on his own all day and does nothing”. They say his cerebral palsy has a great effect on him. He cannot speak, walk or play. He has no training and his behavior ability is very poor. Look at his previous photos compared to the new ones. He definitely has gone done hill with the lack of interaction he is receiving. Isn’t there someone out there that can step in and save this boy?!!
This happy fellow is Jett. He was born June of 2016 and is listed as having cerebral palsy. His caretakers says he laughs aloud and waves his hands when the caretaker tries to amuse him. He is a very adorable little boy who is chubby and loves children’s songs. His information is outdated from November 2017. We will work on an update and videos. Jett is in a rehabilitation program and can crawl. He uses both sides of his body equally. He does not have high muscle tension or a history of seizures. His vision is normal and he can follow adults with his eyes. He can make sounds but does not speak meaningfully yet. He is not potty trained yet.
This little guy sounds like he would light up any home. Could you be his family?
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