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Troy

Posted on Apr 18, 2016 by in 20 with Down Syndrome |

Born Dec 2008 * 9 years old * down syndrome * likes running, talking, walks, and riding bikes * optimistic


Here is a post about a family who was able to meet Troy. His advocacy name they used was “Paul”. He’s such a cutie!

Troy 1

“Troy has an extra special chromosome and therefore has down syndrome. Since December 2012, Troy has been in a Half- the-Sky sponsored little sister’s class for studying. When he started the program, he was introverted and quiet and his attention span was short. His attention span has since improved and he is now being praised for helping to teach the other children things he already knows, which makes him smile. Troy babbles when he is happy and will call mama clearly when he is given toys or snacks.

Troy 2
Troy likes to play with toys and enjoys outdoor games and activities. He likes running, taking walks, and riding bikes. He is very cooperative when it comes to group activities and he is also described as optimistic. These group activities have helped him to build his core strength. Troy also likes to build high towers with blocks. He can brush his teeth, wash his face, and toilet independently. He needs some help with picking out clothes. Troy loves to be praised and encouraged. What he needs most is a family- one who will consistently praise him for who he is and encourage him to be the best he can be!” – Madison Adoption Associates

There is a $4,000 agency grant for Troy’s adoption with MAA.
Other grants may be available based on the adoptive family’s circumstances. Agency grants are awarded as agency fee reductions. MAA also partners with the Brittany’s Hope Foundation for matching grants, which are given out twice a year and to families that already have their letter of approval from China.

If you would like to know more about how to adopt Troy, please send me an e-mail.
You may also go straight to Madison Adoption Agency’s form to inquire about him.Either way, if you move forward for this sweet boy, I would love to hear the news!