Viola. who just turned 5 years old, was not found and brought to the orphanage until she was three years old.
Viola is receiving excellent care at New Day Foster Home in China. Viola has nystagmus of both eyes and has poorer sight than most of her peers. She is a bright, happy girl who loves to help others. Her caregivers describe her as sunny and active. She loves to give hugs and is very attached to her caregivers at the orphanage. She will help her teachers put up toys and clean, and she loves to brush the hair over other girls in the orphanage.
Viola is very exploratory and loves to learn new things! She will grasp new objects and pull them close to her eyes to see them. She has a very strong light sense and is able to navigate the orphanage and find her favorite things easily! She has great mobility and can walk over obstacles if she is in a familiar environment. She can go up and down stairs easily and can jump on to the ground with both feet! She is a very brave little girl who does not let her vision impairment slow her down.
She can speak several sentences and likes to greet caregivers and teachers. She is very kind towards others and likes to share her snacks with other children. She is described as being tidy, polite, and patient. When she is upset she will cry softly, but a hug from a caregiver makes her feel much better. She is a precious little girl who would thrive with the love of 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.
VIDEO: Viola has multiple videos available, with her partner agency, for families who would like to learn more about this joyful little lady.
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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