The England Grant of $2500 may be available for qualifying families.
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Ok folks, can I get a zillion “likes” for Zella?! I can hardly stand how cute she is!! Zella was born in February of 2016 and is diagnosed with Down Syndrome. Zella’s report is from November of 2019 and says the following: Zella is a quiet and smart child. She is a little insecure and is attached to people. She plays freely and her favorite toys are the music drum and piano toys. She knows to read 1, 2, 3 …following the early childhood teacher. She is able to play with the breads on the toy. She is fond of music and dances with music in front of the mirror. She is shy and stops dancing if we are watching her. She can’t speak at this time but she understands parts of daily life instructions such as wiping the saliva and taking her shoes. When she does wrong and is corrected she lowers her head in silence. She then cries for the comfort of her favorite aunt who she is very attached to. She has a good appetite. She is considered quite healthy and only occasionally has a cold. Who will be the first one to reach out to me to learn more about this breathtaking child?!
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