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Dima was born in 2011. He is a special kid, who need constant attention of an adult to himself. He needs the help of adults almost in all: get dressed, go for a walk, go to bed or go to the toilet...
But he tries and has already achieved little success: he has learned how to hold a spoon, a cup. He can drink himself and he understands the simple orders of the educator.
Dima has his preferences and favorite pursuits: he likes bright and musical toys, but, unfortunately, he has his own fears... The boy is afraid of water panic, so ordinary washing of hands or bathing becomes a challenge for educators.
A child with special needs, educators affectionately call him "Poprygunchik", because he cannot stand still, he is very active. Dima likes to walk at open air, but there should be a "reliable adult" next to him all the time and hold him tightly by the hand. The boy often smiles, and rejoices at every little thing, like the first dandelion that blossomed in spring...
The smiling "raining man" falls asleep with his toy and probably believes that there will be that strong Parent who can help him to live.
The child lives in his own little world and, of course, needs love, an individual approach and constant attention.
Dima has a twin brother, whose name is Ruslan (file ¹ 0232283)
Thanks to the following for help in making this content:
Filming and editing - Zhirov Ruslan
Text of the article - Lyubimtseva Svetlana
If you are interested in adopting, please read the memo to the potential adoptive parents, guardians, and foster parents; you can also contact Children’s Affairs' service of the Zaporozhia State Administration by telephone (061) 239-01-56 give the number of the questionnaire Dima (0232284).
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.