*This child was formerly on the Shared List. *
From Aug 2013:
Peyton and his limbs were weak on admission. The nannies feed him formula on time every day and tried to build up routine for his life. The nannies pay great attention to his nutrition and Peyton’s health improves day by day. At the same time, he receives massage from physical therapists every day and the mobility of limbs improves. In order to let Peyton get better rehabilitation treatment, the institute sent him to a different city to receive rehabilitation treatment for his cerebral palsy in 2012 for one year. Peyton receives a series of training and medical treatments in there and improved a lot. He returned to the institute and got used to the life here very quickly. He continued to do physical training in the rehabilitation room in the institute. At nearly 2-years old he develops well. He can sit up by himself, can stand when holding onto something, but can’t walk by himself. His upper body can move normally and can hold toy and snack. He likes to play in the baby-walker. Regarding language development, he’s a little delayed. He can understand nannies’ talking. When nannies ask him to wave bye bye to them, he can do so. Peyton is a lovely boy and can blow a kiss. He can play with toys on the carpet by himself. He gets on very well with children in the same room and not grabs toys or snack from other children. When nannies give those snacks, he will wait patiently until nanny walk to him and give it to him.