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5 year old Natalie



Girl, born Oct 2007
China
Cerebral Palsy
Natalie is a beautiful little girl who is 5 years old. She came into care when she was about 8 months old. Natalie’s motor skills were delayed, and she was diagnosed with CP. After living at the orphanage less than a year, she was moved to a CP Treatment Center. There, she received much needed PT and individual attention. After two years there, Natalie was able to take some steps assisted, speak fluent sentences, and express herself verbally.
That report was over a year ago, so we hope she has continued with her good progress! In some of her photos, Natalie appears to have strabismus (crossed eyes) that will need to be addressed when she comes home.
Natalie loves to play outdoors…her new family will need to be sure she has a swing set! Natalie is a sweet little girl, who has come so far already. Imagine what she could do with the love and support of her very own family!

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