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Cutie pie Kimberly was born January of 2017. Her diagnoses is PFO, deformity of digestive track and low intelligence. Kimberly has updated information from March of 2019 includes a list of questions and answers:
- How is her motor development?
Kimberly is about to turn over now. She likes to eat her hands and can hold the bottle for a while.
- How is her mental development?
She can cry, laugh, and cry when hungry.
- How is her speech/language development?
She can’t speak yet.
- What is the difference in her motor skills, mental and speech development compared to her peers?
Compared with children of the same age, Kimberly’s development is worse.
- Can she play and interact with the other children and the caretakers?
She is still not able to play and interact with other children. When the childcare worker touches her and plays games, she is very happy and laughs.
- Does she have good eyesight?
There is no problem with her vision.
- is her hearing? Can she hear a small voice or a loud voice?
Her hearing is normal.
- Do they suspect some kind of syndrome because of the left hand simian fold?
She went to check her body today, and the results of the check will be updated in time.
Kimberly really needs a family to help her reach her full potential!
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