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This nice looking young man is Kevin. He was born February of 2005 and is considered “healthy” according to his reports. From looking at Kevin you would never guess the severe trauma he has been through. When he was born he lived with his parents and grandparents until April 2014. At that time Kevin’s father murdered his own parents (Kevin’s grandparents) and tried to murder Kevin as well. It is said Kevin was lucky to have survived. Kevin came to the orphanage September 8, 2015. I cannot even imagine what Kevin has suffered at that young age. However the good news is that Kevin has “normal physical and psychic development for his calendar age.” He is a student in the eighth grade in a professional transport school. He goes to school regularly. In relationships with his classmates, teachers and older children he shows respect and non-conflict. In character he is good child. He has mastered hygiene and household habits. He follows the rules at the orphanage and in the school. Kevin is said to be shy and not very talkative but when he is relaxed, he is open to share. He is a kind and nice boy. He likes sports, computer games, and to spend time with friends. Kevin needs a family that is familiar with trauma in children and can help reach his fullest potential.
Here is a video of him as of Dec 2018: https://youtu.be/QtR-2KSiVlk
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