The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
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Richard appears to be a happy boy. He was born January of 2017 with Down Syndrome. He has updated information from May of 2019 that says the following: He is extroverted and has a pleasant personality. He likes to get along with people and is not afraid of strangers. He cannot talk now but he can understand what is said to him. He can stand up by holding the railing. He can walk while holding nanny’s hand. He can crawl up stairs. He does not participate in any rehabilitation therapy. He likes electronic toys. He likes to listen to the music. He likes one of the little girls in the room. He exchanges toys with her and likes to hold her hand. When he goes to bed he likes to reach his hand to the neighbor crib to hold her hand. When the nanny picks him up he would be happy and kiss the nanny. He cannot talk yet but he can understand what is said to him. He is close to the nanny and can understand when she praises or criticizes him.
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