*This child’s file was formerly on the shared list*
From May 2014:
After admission, Gray could not eat, put on clothes, take off pants and shoes independently; did not communicate with anyone. Under guidance of the teacher and care of the caretaker, now he can watch picture book, use spoon to eat independently; can cooperate with people when they put on clothes for him; sometimes likes to play with other children. Meanwhile, he is receiving language rehabilitation from physical therapist in our institute.
He has a regular daily routine. 3 meals per day; staple food: rice, bun, vegetable, fish, meat and egg; supplementary food: fruit, cake, fruit juice and milk. Foster mother sends him to study program in our institute in daytime; he goes to class and plays games with other children and the teacher; he takes nap at noon; in the afternoon, he listens to music and watches picture book; in good weather, the teacher takes them to play on the playground and bask in sunshine. Mother takes him home in the evening and after he has dinner, plays toys, takes bath and changes clothes, he goes to bed.
He is introverted and has a ready smile; does not like to communicate with people; can complete some simple instructions given by the teacher; can cooperate people when they put on clothes, pants and shoes for him; has no facial expression or reaction to strangers.