New Hope Journey – Lifeline’s Individual List

 

Lifeline Children’s Services is very excited to announce a new opportunity for families seeking to adopt Special Focus children! We have been invited to participate in the New Hope Journey Program by the CCCWA. This program will give Lifeline exclusive access to many additional special focus files each month from designated provinces.

These children below are assigned exclusively to Lifeline. We are honored to advocate specifically for these children.

If you are interested in any of the children below, please contact Jenna Parker at Jenna.parker@lifelinechild.org or please call: 205-940-4707. If you are already a Lifeline family, please contact your social worker that you are currently working with for more information about the child you are interested in below.

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We work with a wonderful organization, the International Adoption Clinic at UAB, located in Birmingham, AL, that can help you learn what might be involved medically with each child before you adopt. The International Clinic can also provide physical and occupational therapy as well as medical expertise after you adopt your child. They are wonderful in helping your family to be better prepared for your special needs child as well as a wonderful place to take your child after you return home from China.

**To be matched with one of these children you will need to have a dossier in China within 6 months.**

**Please note that we are publishing only when a child has been matched and PA (preliminary approval) has been received from China. Lifeline will maintain internal “holds” for children and continue to form a list of interest as requests are received**

Dianna

Dianna

female, 9 years old
cerebral palsy, CHD

Dianna is described as shy, but can be talkative and smiles a lot! She enjoys playing games and with her dolls. Please keep in mind that several families may be reviewing this child’s file at one time.

Feonna

Feonna

female, 6 years old
esotropia and weak sight in right eye, slow motor reflex

Feonna can be a quiet and shy little girl, but has a ready smile! She enjoys playing with other children, and likes bright- colored toys. She also likes watching television.

Hannah

Hannah

female, age 11 years
congenital cataract of both eyes, nystagmus of both eyes

Hannah is described as a quiet child with a ready smile. She is smart and has a good memory. Hannah likes to play hide and seek, and enjoys listening to music and playing with dolls!

Hanson

Hanson

male, 3 ½ years old
cerebral palsy (mild)

Hanson Video 1 – password: hanson1

Hanson Video 2 – password: hanson2

Hanson Video 3 – password: hanson3

Hanson Video 3 – password: hanson4

Hanson is described as well-behaved, energetic, and gets along well with others. He likes playing outdoors, and his favorite toy is his car!

Houston

Houston

male, 3 ½ years old
CHD (functional single ventricle, transposition of the great arteries), mitral regurgitation (mild)

Houston is described as active, has a ready smile and likes to sing and read picture books. He likes to play with toys and play outdoors, too!

Houston Video Password: houston

Hudson

Hudson

male, 4 years old
hydrocephalus

Hudson is described as strong and brave. He is outgoing, has a ready smile, and likes to communicate with others. He is fond of listening to music. Hudson is described as a “lovely” child.

 

Jasper

Jasper

male, 2 ½ years old
congenitally deformed hands and toes

Jasper is described as talkative, active, and energetic. He likes to be outdoors, and loves all types of toys.

Juston

Juston

male, 6 years old
Down Syndrome, post-operative CHD (systolic murmur)

Juston is described as energetic, extroverted and as polite and having a ready smile. He enjoys running and playing kickball, and likes toy cars.

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Lock

male, 12 years old
cerebral palsy

Lock is described as active (uses a walker) and talkative. He likes to play with other children and gets along well with others. He enjoys singing and listening to music. Lock especially likes being outdoors!

Paxton

Paxton

male, 4 years old
left frontal porencephaly

Paxton is described as sweet and polite, and he responds positively to praise. He likes toy cars and playing outdoors!

https://vimeo.com/153414763

Password: paxton

 

Raquel

Raquel

female, 7 years old
mild cerebral palsy (normal PE), missing right toes

Raquel is described as quiet and energetic little girl. She has a good memory and can recite poems. Raquel likes to play games, watch television, and play outdoors!

Tessa

Tessa

female, 22 months old

Down syndrome

Tessa is a talkative baby and looks at you while communicating. She is active and likes to be outdoors! Tessa enjoys playing with a variety of toys.

Washington

Washington

male, 9 years old
mild cerebral palsy, post rehabilitation of minor brain paralysis, patent foramen ovale

Washington can be a shy and introverted little boy, but with a ready smile. He is fond of listening to music, and enjoys toys and playing games.

Questions? Call 205.967.0811 or e-mail us here.