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Camilla

This precious little one is Camilla, and she is 4 years old! Camilla has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy affecting her arms and legs with accompanying developmental delays.   She has received rehabilitation treatment and has made incredible progress and is able to walk without assistance.  There is such potential for her to continue to make amazing progress with even more specialized attention one home with her family.  She has a smile for miles and a giggle that will melt your heart.   She is sweet child who loves her caregivers and the other children at the orphanage.

**Cerebral Palsy is not progressive and there are many therapies and medical options available that can benefit the child as they grow and thrive in a family**

FAMILY ELIGIBILITY – Considering adoption for your family?  Take that first step, visit http://adoptablewaitingchild.com/eligibility-requirements/ and review the eligibility requirements for the China adoption program.

For more information about adoption from China or to learn more about this child please contact me via http://adoptablewaitingchild.com/contact/

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