*This child was formerly on the Shared List. *
From Oct 2011:
Jade has cerebral palsy, delayed motion development; pointed feet when walking, step of scissors. To give her better care, we sent her to live with a foster family. Under the good care of the foster family, she has improved in movement and life self-care. After two years of rehabilitation training, now she can walk alone and run and leap with abnormal gestures. In self-care, she can finish simple things alone, like washing face, brushing teeth, eating, taking off and on clothes and shoes and socks.
In addition to daily rehabilitation training, she goes to preschool classes to study. Now she can recite 3 poems, count 1-30, recognize simple words, recite majority of three character primer, knows animals and likes animals, clear in pronunciation, express his own needs, make simple exchanges, asks questions to adults, is polite, greet visitors, loving, caring to families, likes to watch cartoons, likes performing and imitating, likes to play blocks and cloth dolls, clothes with bright colored and beautiful clothes.
From Aug 2014:
She can walk, but not steady. She is capable of managing herself. She has no seizure. Her teacher reports that she is a little bit different from other kids with cerebral palsy because she sometime laugh or cry without specific reasons. We suspect she might have mental illness but no medical diagnosis so far.