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A Child Needs a Family: Innokentiy L., born in 2004

УKeshaФ is a good boyФ, - educators say to him. He came to the orphanage two years ago. Profile # 0055253

Author: Ekaterina Nedashkovskaya, translated by Daria Sukach, www.deti.zp.ua Published: 2014-09-17 11-10-00 Viewed, times: 3337
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УKesha (Innokentiy) is a good boyФ, - educators say to him. Well, his name is often given to parrots but he is a boy who came to the orphanage two years ago. He was first not able to do anything. Now he has achieved some accomplishments: he can partially look after himself and eat independently.

Unfortunately, this boy cannot speak but the educators consider him quite clever. He can explain his needs with the help of sounds. Spending some time with Kesha will teach you to understand him easily. He is a lively child who loves laughing.

Kesha shows interest in different objects around him. Balls are his favourite toys. He can play with them nonstop. He prefers to play alone, though. Despite his reserved nature, Kesha is popular among children.

If only Kesha had mom and dad who would give him their love, he would really become a happy child.

Video was shot with the support of Dnipropetrovsk Regional Charity Organization "Rainbow Shine". There are more profiles on a website .

If you are interested in adopting Innokentiy, please read the memo to the potential adoptive parents, guardians, and foster parents; you can also contact ChildrenТs Affairs' service of the Zaporozhia State Administration by telephone (061) 239-01-56 and to tell them the number of Innokentiy's profile accordingly to the orphan list # 0055253.

If for some reason you are currently not able to adopt (for example, you are a student and do not have a family of your own yet) you are still able to help children at a boarding school (an orphanage) with your financial support. Ways you can help include: planning and participating in excursions and trips for children; visiting a child in an orphanage; or helping purchase developmental toys, books, construction sets, and sports equipment.

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