We are excited to represent such young twin boys, Milo and Zlaty. They were born April of 2018. Both boys have developmental delays however our attorney believes that both boys can develop pretty much close to normal in case of being taken care of in a familial environment.
We received brand new information from 6-2-22 with regard to these darling twin boys – Milo and Zlaty who were born April of 2018. Our attorney says the following:
Zlaty is a very energetic child. He is a twin to Milo and was born April of 2018. Although his report lists him as having mild retardation, the director of the Center says “Zlaty is not mentally retarded and his behavior is normal for a child his age. Rather, he has a slight developmental delay due to social neglect, which he quickly makes up for. The director expects that after going to kindergarten in the fall, he will completely overcome this lag.” Zlaty likes to play with a ball, cars, to slide in the yard of the center, he can swing on the swing himself. After being placed in the Center, he began to feed himself, walk and no longer uses diapers, he has grown taller comparing to before. He eats all kinds of food. He says his name, how old he is. He can compose simple sentences, he can point to his nose, ears, teeth, ask for water or a toy. He follows instructions from an adult. He learned to hold a pen and draw circles, lines. He is not afraid of animals and wants to have a big dog. He is calm when meeting strangers, quickly relaxes and wants to play with them. He can play games – kick a ball with someone or draw – he says what he wants to draw. He seeks contact with peers and adults, he is smiling, he does not show aggression, he wants to be the center of attention like every child. She loves sweets. Throughout the visit, he played with the ball, throwing it, kicking it, passing it to his brother. He was observed sliding on the slide, which he climbed on his own without help. He showed interest in the cars we had brought. He likes to listen to music. He answers questions, but only if he wants to. He naps in the afternoon. The motor skills are well developed for his age
Milo is a calm child who smiles a lot. He is a twin to Zlaty and was born April of 2018. He does test for some mental retardation and has been given the diagnoses of Autism. However the director of the Center says his behavior is not typical for a child with autism. There is a strong social moment in his behavior, he seeks contact with a favorite adult (the director) and makes constant eye contact with her, looks for contact with his brother and fulfills simple orders. Unfortunately, Milo will not go to kindergarten in the fall, as no kindergarten in the town wants to accept a child diagnosed with autism. He takes a homeopathic sedative if needed. Milo still doesn’t speak and is in diapers. He eats shredded food. He looks for contact with adults and children. He likes to have children around him. He makes eye contact, understands and follows simple instructions from an adult. He is not aggressive, he is calm in the presence of strangers, even when he is alone with them. He is attached to the staff of the Center. When he was raised in the foster family, he scratched his neck and ears and now he has scars. There are stereotypical movements such as rocking. e is restless when he is alone. He likes noisy things, musical toys, balls. He likes listening to music and humming, dancing. He throws the toys and does not play with them as intended, but he can consciously throw the ball when playing with someone. At one time he was diagnosed with epileptic seizures however the director says that was not true and they have weaned him off the medicine he was prescribed for that which greatly affected his sleep. He now sleeps peacefully. He takes a nap in the afternoon.
I really hope that these sweet boys will find their forever family soon. They need to be in a family environment and to have a mommy and daddy who love them and to be in a society that accepts the different – Milo with his diagnosis of autism. These 2 boys have 4 other siblings placed in a different place about an hour and a half away from the town they live. The children have no contact with one another and have no emotional bond but they can be adopted also as a group of 6. Otherwise the families who decides to adopt the twins and the other 4 siblings should declare before MOJ that the children will stay in contact with each other.
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