Jade is a beautiful little girl from China that just turned 5 years old. Jade was born with limb differences of her arms and legs. However, after several successful surgeries and physical therapy, Jade can now walk on her own without assistance and can use her hands and arms deftly. Her arms are a little shorter than some of her friends, but she can use them just fine.
Jade can feed herself and change her clothes by herself. Jade can draw lines, circles and can draw a person. Jade can catch and throw a ball and loves to play outside. Her favorite toys are dolls and building blocks.
Jade is said to be very well cognitively and is on the same level as other children her age. She has good verbal skills and will ask “how” and “why” questions on her own initiative. She knows the difference between different colors, big and small sizes and male and female. Jade is described as being shy and introverted. She is close with the other children in her class at the orphanage.
Jade was abandoned when she was just three days old and was placed with a foster family soon after. Because of her specific needs, when she was 4 months old she was then sent to the orphanage so she could get the medical care and the physical and occupational therapy she needs to thrive. She now continues to live at the orphanage and is developing well.
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.
VIDEO AVAILABLE: Jade has multiple videos available, with her partner agency, for families who would like to learn more about her.
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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