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We are excited to tell you about these new, darling sisters we just received to our advocacy list. Maria was born January of 2009; and Violeta was born February of 2010. The information we currently have is from October of 2021 but we hope to receive updates soon.
Maria is social and likes to be the center of attention. She is independent on an everyday life level and has good hygiene habits. Her concentration and stability of attention are within the limits of normal for her age. She puts effort into finishing her tasks. Her vocabulary is mainly from daily life. She is able to remember a short story in a logical and time sequence. She sometimes finds difficulties with more complicated instructions including some school materials and needs help. Maria demonstrates resourcefulness, especially on the everyday life level. She is slightly insecure about herself. She wants to graduate from school and become a manicurist. She smiles often and freely expresses her emotions. She does not act aggressively but sometimes acts impulsively. She likes to take trips. She likes music and dancing. She takes care of her appearance and wants to make good impression, especially to the boys.
Violeta is said to be social. In the beginning of the meeting she was attentive. Violeta’s fine and gross motor skills are well developed. She has good concentration when she has interest in the activity. Violeta leads a dialog on everyday life topics and she uses correctly constructed sentences. Her general IQ is on the normal but lower level. She is somewhat unmotivated with regard to school. She is also insecure in her abilities and tends to be oppositional. She likes music, TV series and meeting with friends including boys Violeta needs to work with resource teacher in order to develop knowledge and skills.
We think there is just the right family waiting for these beautiful girls. Contact email@example.com to learn more!
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