Child needs a family: Makar in born 2010
Makar is a special child having difficult destiny and severe diagnosis, profile (0156412)
Children remain children, even in a difficult situation. Thus, Makar innately seeks caress and concern, scans for familiar faces, and tries to communicate with them.
Makar lives in his own little world and, of course, needs love and constant individual attention.
Makar doesn’t crawl or roll and takes food through a tube. Just making a simple gesture is a real feat for this boy. He reacts to bright light and makes sounds when something is worrying or disturbing him.
Makar is notable for his calm and well-balanced personality. He cooperates with dressing and undressing and hygienic manipulations. He relies entirely upon the hands of teachers, caregivers, and nannies. He has no other choice.
We really want to believe that a strong parent will be found who can help Makar to live as best he can. Of course, this requires a lot of effort, both moral and physical. But for the little man this is a matter of vital importance!
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 Makar (0156412).
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