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Child needs a family: Ulyana, born May 12, 2015

Ulyana, a tempermental girl, profile (0311643)
Author: Anna Andreeva, www.deti.zp.ua Published: September 15, 2018, 18:32 3577

Ulyana was born in 2015. Usually a calm and collected girl, she likes to play with dolls, walk outside, and ride a bicycle. She is pretty typical for a child of her age. This girl differs somewhat in requiring particular sensitivity, patience, and understanding from adults. Her teacher told us: "If Ulyana does not want something or becomes stubborn, she closes herself off in a cocoon. But love and affection from caring adults help the little girl to get out of this condition quickly."

Ulyana`s intractability passes quickly if she is given space to calm down and focus her attention on something else. Then a smile and a good mood shines again on her pretty face!

Ulyana is developing according as expected: she repeat words and loves music lessons and educational toys. She prefers to play alone, so that no one interferes with her and her thoughts.

She is well developed physically, and trained in the necessary hygienic skills for her age. She washes her hands without any help, washes her face, and likes to help the adults in the household, and perform simple chores.

During playtime, Ulyana studies colorful children's books for a long time and puts together puzzles or pyramids with great interest and enthusiasm.

Ulyana has a younger sister Anya, profile №0324414.

We think that experienced and loving parents can easily find the key to the heart of this little girl with a difficult fate.

Thanks to the following for help in making this content:

Filming and editing - Zhirov Ruslan

Text of the article - Lyubimtseva Svetlana

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 you’re not ready to adopt yet, you may assist 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 Ulyana (0311643).

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