- LocationNorth Carolina
- Case #Kevin
Kevin was born in January 2007. He is a healthy boy who has been diagnosed with developmental delays.
Kevin is a helpful and cooperative boy who attends school under an individual education plan. He was largely nonverbal for a long time, but has recently made huge progress with expressive speech. He has adequate thought processes and is able to understand connections between objects, persons and events. Kevin is potty-trained and eats without assistance. His attention span is improving and he enjoys outside activities.
Kevin has a younger sister with milder developmental delays who can be adopted with him. The children do not live in the same orphanage and do not share a close bond. Therefore, it is also possible to adopt Kevin as a single child.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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