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Indian Waiting Child: Sweet “Annalise” Needs a Family

Annalise” just turned 4-years-old. This sweet playful girl suffers from a missing right ear, right facial paralysis, and developmental delays. She is described as being a “friendly” and “good girl” who plays well with caregivers and other children.

There are many toddlers and “older” children with moderate to severe hearing impairments that are waiting for forever families. With speech therapy, sign language programs, and ocular implant technology widely available to us in the United States, individuals with hearing impairments can live full and happy lives.

Please pray with us for a family to come forward to care for “Annalise”. Help us share her story.

This is a shared referral. For more information on “Annalise” or to learn more about India adoptions, please contact India@awaa.org

If you would like to learn more about the process of adoption “Annalise” or other waiting children from India, please sign up for our free international webinar, “Adopting from Indiatoday, April 18th from 3:00 – 3:30 PM ET. During this free webinar, members of our India team will provide an overview of the India adoption process from application to travel to post-adoption. Register today!


 

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