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Posted on Sep 28, 2019 by in 20 Aging Out |

13 year old Maria will age out January 2020!

outgoing * active * lives in a foster family, sponsored by Love Without Boundaries * loves playing with other children

“She is close to the children who live with her and she loves playing games with the other children.”

Her schedule:
6:30 Gets up
7:30 Breakfast
8:00 Special class in the orphanage
11:30 lunch
12:00 pm Watches cartoons
12:30 Takes a nap
2:00 Class in orphanage
3:30 Snacks
5:30 Supper
9:00 Bed

Her Development:
“Maria can run and can go up and down stairs without help. She is independent with her self-care skills and can brush her teeth, as well as put on and take off her clothes. She can also eat and toilet independently. Maria can say simple words, such as baba and mama. She can’t speak clearly, but she can speak a short sentence of up to 5 words. Maria can finish simple actions according to the her foster mother or special education teacher’s instructions.”

Maria has cerebral palsy. 

Her History and Needs:
Maria was found as an infant and diagnosed with brain hypoplasia- a common diagnosis of her orphanage. Sadly, Maria did not get a file made ready until the summer of 2018 and she has agreed to be adopted. Now that she has a file, we want to make sure Maria is seen and hope that she is chosen before she would age out at fourteen.

Read more about her involvement with Love Without Boundaries!
Watch a video about her here 

Grants Available for her adoption
$6,000 through Love Without Boundaries
$2,000 in agency grants if she’s adopted with Madison Adoption Associates

If you are interested in using Madison Adoption Associates, you can start here
Maria needs a family with an approved home study to be able to move forward with adopting her. If you have an approved home study or a home study in process and are interested in adopting Maria, please fill out a free PAP Waiting Child Review Form, which can be found here:…/…

If you have any questions about Maria or how to adopt a child on TwentyLess, please send me an e-mail – Jessica