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Olivia is a sweetheart born in April of 2013 with occipital meningocele. A report from May of 2018 says: Olivia is outgoing and active and well-behaved and obedient. She can scribble and pick up small things with her fingers. Olivia has some delays compared to peers her age, but is doing well over all. She can walk, run, and climb stairs. She likes to play games and with toys. She gets along well with her caretakers and the other children and is said to be outgoing, active, and well-behaved. She is currently being potty-trained and her caretakers report that she will need surgery at some point. We are working on an update and videos now.
Full Recent Update:
1.How is her mental ability compared to peers of the same age?
She has delayed development compared with other kids of the same age.
- How does the special need affect her health?
The doctor advised that surgery is needed when she grows up.
- Is she potty trained?
A diaper is currently needed, but she is currently being trained.
- Please describe her personality in details.
She is outgoing and active.
- Is she well behaved and obedient?
Yes, she is.
- How are her gross motor skills? Can she walk, run, jump, walk upstairs and downstairs by herself? Can she kick a ball? Can she pick up a ball? Any limited functions?
She can walk, run, and climb stairs.
- How are her fine motor skills? Can she draw or scribble on paper? Can she pick up little things with her fingers?
She will scribble on paper and pick up small things with her fingers.
- Is she in any kind of school? If so, what school? Can she catch up in school?
- How is her emotional development? Is the child attached to anyone? Who is she close to? Does she care for other people?
Good, she likes her caretakers better.
- How are her social skills? Does she get along well with other children and adults?
Great, she gets along well with others.
- Is she under foster care or living in the orphanage?
She lives in the orphanage.
- Updated Measurements:
Height：100 cm, weight: 16 kg, head circ: 48 cm, chest circ: 58 cm, foot length: 13 cm, Number of teeth: 20
13. Is the child on any medication?
- What is the daily schedule of the child?
Get up at 7:30 am, wash face, then drink milk, have congee at 10:00 am, lunch at 12:00 pm, then take a nap, wake up at 2:30 pm, then drink milk, dinner with rice at 6 pm, supportive food is fed between meals.
- What does the child eat? Can she feed herself? Does the child eat with chopsticks, a spoon, or a bottle?
She eats with a spoon and drinks with a bottle.
- Does the child know any English?
- Does the child want to be adopted? Does the child understand what adoption means?
She doesn’t understand what adoption means.
- What color does the child like?
- What activity does the child like to do?
She likes to play with others.
- What is the favorite toy of the child?
She likes those toys that can move and make sound.
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