Do you see this face it is a face of a child with the same diagnosis as Precious Prince. Carlton is FACING TRANSFER an adult mental institution. Carlton Boy, born October 2007 Brown eyes, Nature calm. Carlton is a very bright, charming, and very good looking little boy. He loves to read and recite poetry – and his love for learning has him doing school work at the seven-eight year level, though he’s almost only five years old. Clearly, he’s an intelligent boy! He’s also a sensitive boy, who often asks when he will have parents. He dreams of the day when his forever family will come for him and wants nothing more than to be part of a family. Carlton needs his parents to find him now and act quickly to spare him any time spent in an institution. He has a lot to offer to a family and will make your hearts glow as he progresses and continues to learn and love. Are you Carlton’s family?
This face is the face of a Princess. Kalina was in born August 2011. Developmental delays is the only reason that she is not accepted. Kalina is just a little girl, who has already had to fight for her life. After the birth of Kalina, she required much care; now the girl’s condition is more or less returned to normal – she likes to communicate with adults, showing emotions, respond to affection and attention (and requires them), learning to crawl and pronounce certain syllables. She really needs loving caring adults.
William has developmental delays, autism symptoms, mild thoracic scoliosis, strabismus and Tommy has Developmental delays, congenital thalassemia
William is considered to be a sweet and considerate boy, he helps other children clear up their toys and is “the teacher’s wonderful little helper”. William’s foster mother has been working with him on his emotional control and stability, he is becoming more stable through her guidance and comfort. His schooling is helping him to progress in his learning though he continues to receive speech training through a Speech Language Pathologist.
Tommy has adapted very well to his foster family as well. He has developed a close relationship with his foster mother and seeks her attention. His emotions have also stabilized and he gets along well with his foster sister as well. He is very independent and can follow directions and warnings well. He also loves to go to school though he is about one year behind children of his age – it has been recommended that he needs more social stimulations and his therapy seems to be helping him catch up. William and Tommy are looking for a forever home where they can be cared for and loved together! William (DOB 11/17/06) Tommy (DOB 08/07/08)