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Meet Ruslan, born in 2011. He is a positive, open, carefree little boy with big, wide-open, inquisitive eyes – such impression forms after communicating with this naturally cheerful boy.Íå is agile and fidgety – in contrast to his twin brother Dima (profile ¹ 0232284) who has special needs.
From the start of our acquaintance, Ruslan was uninhibited, having fun, and laughing. A child’s laughter is so pleasant, especially in such a place! Ruslan has an exceptional ability to laugh so heartily that it is contagious.
Seeing such an energetic, active, and quick kid, it obvious that he needs sports and physical exercise to channel his irrepressible, but absolutely healthy and natural energy in the right direction. He told us that he likes swimming, running, and jumping. According to his tutor, Ruslan is kind, diligent, and very friendly. In friendship, he is selective, but reaches out to the leaders.
Compliant and energetic at the same time, Ruslan gladly told us about his plans for the future. After all, soon he will go to study at school, and he already has a school backpack with all necessary supplies. Ruslan believes that there are many new and interesting things ahead!
He really wants this new stage in his life to coincide with joining a real family, a loving dad and mother, who will support him in a difficult moments, and direct him on the right path.
Thanks to the following for help in making this content:
Filming and editing - Ruslan Zhirov
Text of the article - Svetlana Lyubimtseva
If you’re not ready to adopt yet, you may assist our Happy Homes in Kalinovka for 16 children with special needs. Also you can donate to our Mediapassport project, the main goal of which is to create video and photo profiles for every child who needs parents.
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.