Henry is a 11-year-old boy from Europe who is hoping to be adopted.
Henry was born in April 2006 with third degree prematurity. He was diagnosed with duodenal atresia for which he received a surgery and with a VSD which is being monitored by a cardiologist and appears to be closing on its own. He also has a first degree intraventricular hemorrhage. Henry has developmental delays, but attends mainstream kindergarten with the help of a resource teacher. His receptive language is well developed, but he only speaks a few words at this time. Henry eats independently, is working to potty-train, and is physically active. He enjoys swinging, music, and daily walks. Henry is mischievous and needs constant supervision and guidance. He struggles with retaining skills if they are not practiced and repeated frequently. He navigates quickly in familiar environments, but needs help in new surroundings. Henry has a close relationship with certain caregivers. Additional photos, videos and reports are available upon request. Please submit an inquiry for further information.
THIS CHILD MUST BE ADOPTED FROM THE FOREIGN COUNTRY OF HIS/HER RESIDENCE.
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