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Larisa from Kalinovka

April 22, 2010, 14:00 5481 Author: Yana Sasina, Olga Kurlikova (translated into English by Anna Shmorgai) www.deti.zp.ua Larisa is no more available for adoption


Larisa is no more available for adoption.

Silent girl with deep said eyes that doesn’t comes together with her age. That’s how I saw Larisa. For 17 years she has been rooted to the wheelchair and never made a step. Lara’s world is talking with best friend Katya and knitting with beads for long hours – the girl can make small colorful bracelets.

With a new toy

Larisa is one of the most intelligent children in Kalinovkaas her educators say. Life without parents’ care in four walls made her that silent and thoughtful. One present - stuffed animal – and the girl blooming in her smile.

Children from Kalinovka are like small little suns in some special world. That is why they need special parents for them, with double-triple patience and compassion. Maybe there is this special family in a face of our readers, who would accept a child as one is. Thus parents are recommended to read jotting for potential adapters or contact found members.

Besides adopting, there is another way to give special-needs-children family atmosphere. We have an idea to equip a separate house in Kalinovka, where seven kids would be living in an condition close to family’s. Kids would have their own sleeping and playing rooms, kitchen, where they would drink a tee with their “mother”. And let it be not their real mother, but found employee – but she will be caring about them as a real one! About ways of donation transferring for Kalinovka’s children helping You can read here

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