Waiting Child Spotlight: Children With Down Syndrome
March 21st (3/21) was chosen as the day for World Down Syndrome Day to symbolize the third copy of chromosome 21 in Trisomy 21, the most common form of Down Syndrome. Today is extra special because it marks the 10th anniversary of World Down Syndrome Day! In honor of this special anniversary we wanted to share some of the children who are or have been in LWB programs who truly rock their extra chromosome. All of these children are waiting to be chosen for adoption.
Niamh lives in our Dingyuan foster care program in Anhui. She can often be seen in the company of her foster grandpa walking around the neighborhood. Niamh has an adoption grant of over $7,000 from Reece’s Rainbow (where she can be found as “Nina“). Read more about Niamh here in the blog, “Niamh’s News“.
Eleven-year-old Joseph is described by his teachers as a somewhat shy, funny, and happy boy. He’s said to be a good student and is a student in our Believe in Me orphanage school in Jinjiang. You can learn more about him on his blog, “Joseph’s Heart of Gold“.
Timothy is a thoughtful, gentle boy of five who lives with his foster family in Guizhou province. Please read more about him on this blog, “Tender-Hearted Timothy“.
Luke is full of personality! He’s attending school right now and is reportedly doing very well! He’s an active boy, full of fun who loves to play. Luke’s most recent blog can be found here. Luke has an Adoption Assistance Grant from LWB for $3,000 as well as an additional adoption grant for over $1,000 from Reece’s Rainbow, where he is known as “Luke Anthony”.
Daisy is ten years old and is described as having lots of confidence and very good self-esteem. You can learn more about her here.
Mateo is always smiling and full of fun! The teachers say he is their best helper. He is four years old. A blog all about Mateo is in the works!
Please share the news that these amazing kids are waiting to be matched with families, and join us in hoping that they will be chosen as someone’s beloved son or daughter in 2015.
Love Without Boundaries proudly advocates for adoption but is not an adoption agency. We invite you to contact [email protected] with questions about a child we have featured and encourage you to contact your adoption agency for more information about China’s Waiting Child Program.