- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Jonas
Jonas was born in September 2012. He has been diagnosed with generalized disorder of development, atypical autism, bronchial asthma, and strabismus.
An active little boy with good muscle tone, Jonas walks, runs, and climbs stairs independently. He holds pencils with an appropriate grip, draws spontaneously within the confines of the paper, and constructs towers from several cubes. Jonas can count to 10 and identify basic colors and animals in both his native language and in English. He vocalizes single words but does not speak in sentences. Jonas attends a daycare center for children with special needs.
While he may show anxiety and frustration when prevented from doing something he wants to do, Jonas is generally a calm and peaceful child. He does not interact with his peers but is very attached to his foster mother. Due to some swallowing difficulties, he is fed pureed foods. He eats a dairy-free and gluten-free diet. Jonas is not toilet-trained.
Weight at Birth: 3.200 kg Height at Birth: 50 cm Weight May 2017: 17.500 kg Height May 2017: 110 cm
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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