|Child's Code: ||Kevin
|Birth Date: ||1/20/2008
*This child was formerly on the Shared List. CCAI has received updated information for this child*
From a recent update:
Kevin has not had any surgeries. From the time he was small, because of epilepsy, we thought there was a need to operate, but the hospital said the surgery cannot be done.
In his daily life, Kevin doesn’t have any problems. Kevin can go to the bathroom independently, eat by himself, and get dressed by himself, he just needs a bit more time (his right hand isn’t very agile).
Kevin is willing to be adopted.
When Kevin has bodily discomfort he will tell you; he will say “I’m sick.” And then his nanny will hasten to support him to sit down or lay down on his bead and rest awhile.
Kevin’s personality is the lively and active type. From the time he was small he was his nanny’s treasured baby. Honey mouthed, he already understood thoroughly each nanny’s different personality, and from time to time say several sentences that nanny liked to hear. He is really good at being in his nannies’ favor.
Kevin is very intelligent; he doesn’t have any problems with language, and can communicate very normally. He is a child that understands politeness; when he sees that volunteers have come to the institute to contribute he will ask how the “auntie or uncle” is, and when the volunteers leave he will also express nostalgia, saying “uncle, when you have time come see me.”
The toys that Kevin likes are blocks, any type of building blocks. Although he doesn’t have any unusual creations, looking at his professional likeness one doesn’t have the heart to bother him. Giving him enough space he will develop his abilities.
Kevin needs to take medicine every day to control his epilepsy.
|Medical Condition: ||Epilepsy, Hemangioma
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