- Case #Wren
Wren was born in early 2008 and has been diagnosed with schizencephaly - congenital brain cysts, internal hydrocephalus, infantile cerebral palsy, spastic diplegia, strabismus, bilateral partial atrophy of the optic nerve, exotropia, anemia, hypotrophy, and severe developmental delays.
Wren is almost completely immobile and nonverbal. She does not react to visual stimuli and does not hold objects. She eats from a bottle and is entirely dependent on the care of others. Wren reacts to physical touch and speech by making certain sounds.
Wren will require life-long care from a devoted forever family.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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