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Justin

Justin is an adorable 3 year old boy! He has been diagnosed with mild Cerebral Palsy and exotropia in both eyes. Justin has been engaged in daily rehabilitation therapy, and he is able to stand alone with the assistance of a walker or his caretaker’s hand. His caretakers believe that he will be able to walk by himself in the near future. According to an update from November 2016, his caretakers noted that he was able to follow simple instructions and is currently in the babbling stage of language development. He sometimes says, “mom”, especially when he wants snacks. Justin has been described as an outgoing, active little boy who gets along well with others, and his favorite thing to do is to watch cartoons!  Since his last update is almost a year old, a new one has been requested so we can learn just amazing things this  little man can  do now.


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