*This child was formerly on thee shared list*
From Nov 2007:
On admission we found Scott to have mild cerebral palsy. He adapted to the life in the institution well. He ate and slept well. He cried for a bit when he was hungry and slept all the time when he was full. At 7-8 months of age he would grasp the toy consciously when he was handed a toy. He could roll from prone position to spine position. He turned to familiar voices. At 10 months of age he could sit alone well and could stand with hands on the handrails. At 18 months of age he could crawl on his knees and wrists; he understood simple languages of adults and acted accordingly such as clapping his hands when he heard “welcome”. He liked to communicate with adults and being teased by nannies. He smiled happily when he heard his name being called. Now he is a cute child with good physical development.