We’d like to introduce you to Henry, an adorable boy our One Orphan mission teams met and spent time with in China. This team collected additional notes and information about him and they describe him as independent, shy at first but will connect quickly, really sweet, and speaks and interacts with his peers well. His caretakers also state that he is shy and sometimes quiet, but as you can see from his photos, this boy has the sweetest and biggest smile! He lives in the orphanage and attends school,gets along well with others, and loves to dance. Families interested in adoption Henry can have the unique opportunity to speak with team members who met him in country.
Henry just turned eight and though his medical exam is from two years ago, his medical file notes that he has been diagnosed with Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (HIE) and his file noted rectal prolapse (file doesn’t note any current issues and it was recently confirmed he has normal bladder and bowel control and no surgeries have been needed to date). His left eyelid is noted to have ptosis (droopy eyelid). A recent update noted that he does well in school and is working on writing skills, but is slightly behind other children his age.
Henry’s file is from one of our orphanage partnerships and is designated as Special Focus, meaning a family at any stage of the process or even just now considering adoption, is eligible to review his file.
If you are interested in learning more about Henry, please contact us at email@example.com.