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Terrific Theo has been waiting for his family for 9 long years. He is said to be a cheerful boy. He was born September of 2010 and has mild cerebral palsy. His update is from April of 2018 and says the following: Theo has no problem with walking but when he runs he feels a little unsteady. He can run up and down the stairs without any problems. He can eat by himself, writes the number “1” on the drawing board, puts on pants and socks by himself. Theo can only say a few simple words and you can understand if you listen carefully. He can have a simple conversation with others. He can follow instructions if they are not too complicated. He can’t read yet but can count. He lives at the orphanage and is receiving education at the welfare home. His personality is very cheerful and he likes to laugh. He gets along well with other children. Occasionally, he will make a little conflict, but he is quickly reconciled. He usually likes watching TV, looking at books, playing with building blocks, and driving a swing car. He surely needs the love and attention of a forever family to help him succeed.
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