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UPDATE: June has received an update 6-4-20. June is not attending school. The staff believes the cleft lip and palate affect her lack of speech. Her broken jaw has been repaired however the staff says the doctor did not do a good job and that her jaw juts forward. The staff says that compared to her peers, she functions at a 5 year old level. Unfortunately the staff agrees with the diagnoses of mental retardation. When June is happy she will take and give things to the nannies. Isn’t there a family out there that will give this sweet girl a chance?!
Updated Video: https://youtu.be/hdkJ9WuJDNg
June is a pretty girl who was born in November of 2011. Her diagnoses is post op cleft lip and palate and broken jaw. Another very outdated file, we only have information from 2016. This is the information from that date: June lives in an orphanage. She is said to have mental retardation. She can walk independently and can go up and down the stairs but needs to be careful. She can run and jump and can grasp small objects. Her language development is delayed. She does not understand most commands. She is happy when playing with the nurse. The child is still wearing diapers. She is considered introverted. She occasionally plays with other children. She had surgery of her lip in 2013 and surgery of her palate in 2016.
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