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MINISTRY OF WELFARE

OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA


28 Skolas str., Riga, LV-1331, Latvia

Phone 371 67021600

 Fax 371 67276445

E-mail: lm@lm.gov.lv

 

12.12.2014. No. 33-2-02/918 

To all recipients attached

 

Information on adoptable children

 

The Ministry of Welfare (hereinafter – the Ministry) appreciating the cooperation in the field of foreign adoption, and believing that every child has the right to live in a family, in accordance with the implementation in Latvia of Article 16 of the Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Cooperation in Intercountry Adoption (hereinafter – the Convention), hereby provides information on adoptable children for whom families are being sought abroad:

 

1. Adopted

 

2. 2 brothers: older brother, born on February 24, 2011 (included in the list repeatedly), and younger brother, born on February 26, 2013, children are adoptable together:

  • older brother has grey-bluish eyes and light hair. He loves individual attention, gladly attends different sessions. The boy loves musical toys, in a group gladly drives with toy cars. The boy also enjoys looking picture books together with a caretaker. The boy has very good appetite, he eats a lot. The boy sleeps well during the night and the day but sometimes before falling asleep he rocks in his bed. The boy is rocking also during the day (often standing by the door). The boy speaks “in his own language” a lot. The boy has positive dynamics, he is attached to his younger brother;
  • child was born to 36 years old mother, from her 7th pregnancy, in the 7th delivery, with weight of 2540 and height – 47 cm;
  • child started to sit at the age of 1 year and 3 months, to crawl – at the age of 12 months, to walk independently – at the age of 1 year and 10 months, child had 2 teeth at the age of 9 months;
  • child has been treated in a hospital:

-   28.02.2011. – 06.03.2011. – B20 (human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) disease with an infectious or parasitic disease), cleft palate, OU retinopathy, IIA; the possibility of intrauterine infection (TPHA positive);

-   25.11.2011. – 15.12.2011. – lack of protein energy, antenatal CNS damage (alcohol fetopathie), central damage of right facial nerve, physical development delay, Myopia congenita, hard palate cleft, right cryptorchidism, horseshoe kidney, HIV exposition, pectus excavatum (scabies). Child entered in the hospital at the age of 9 months weighing 4380g;

-   30.05.2012. – 01.06.2012. – cryptorchidism dextra surgery;

·      child has been consulted by:

-     oculist (29.08.2013.) – OU astigmatism, myopia;

-   neurologist (26.11.2011.) – psychomotor development delay, multiple stigmas, hypo-trophic child, damage of right facial nerve, possible antenatal damage of central nervous system, alcohol fetopathie;

-   neurologist (13.12.2013.) – mental development delay, speech problems due to  facial skeleton pathology. After planned surgery, speech therapy recommended;

-   ultrasonography of abdominal organs (30.11.2011.) viewing interfered due to flatulence. Liver without changes in structure. Horseshoe kidney (?), possibly child has pyelonephritis in left kidney, control in dynamic;

-   neuro-sonoscopy (NSS) (01.03.2011.) – brain structures differentiates correctly, increased echogenicity, suspicions on perinatal encephalopathy;

-   NSS (05.12.2012.) – insufficient differentiation of brain structures;

-   echo-cardioscopy (01.12.2011.) – no data on VCC;

-   roentgen for spine (29.02.2012.) – spine dextroscoliosis;

-   orthopedist (30.10.2012.) – spine dextroscoliosis, operative treatment is not indicated. Recommended remedial gymnastics and massages, control at the age 3 years;

-   dermatologist (19.12.2012.) – acute pyoderma;

-   speech therapist (16.01.2013.) – child is 22 months old, speech age corresponds to 10.5-14.5 months, language comprehension age corresponds to 13-17 months. The boy makes double-syllables. Language development delay (cleft);

-       speech therapist (17.06.2014.) – language development delay on the background of delayed overall development. Rhinolalia – cleft palate. Speech is not clear. Talks monosyllabic, two-syllabic words, phrases appear;

-   physiotherapst (15.01.2013.) assessment after Munich Functional Developmental Diagnostics. Child’s psychomotor development is lagging behind in all categories. It corresponds to approximately 15 months old child. Walking and speech comprehension ages lag behind for 5 months, sleight-of-hands and perception lag behind for 4 months, speaking and social ages lag behind for 8 months, self-independency age lags behind for 2 months. Gross motor – freely walks a few steps, crawls coordinately. Is able to climb up and down from the couch. Fine motor – draws streaks and dots, is able to place the end of a string in the hole of a small ball, amends the bottle cap back and forth, leafs pages in a book. Is not able to put the pyramid yet. Perception – is able to insert large circle in a vent-peg, is able to put small bowls in one another, pulls a toy, which is tied in string, to himself. Social age likes attention of the adults, smiles, comes to cuddle. Mostly is playing alone, gives the ball to adult. In unknown environment, becomes funky and insecure. Behaves more cautious with strangers. Starts to show a "bye-bye" gesture. Independenceeats holding a spoon while sitting by the children's table, does not hold a mug, needs help;

-   physiotherapist (30.05.2014.) – 39 months. Assessment after Munich Functional Developmental Diagnostics. Child’s psychomotor development is lagging behind in all categories. Walking lags behind for 7 months, sleight-of-hands – for 9 months, perception  – for 6 months, social functions – for 8 months, self-dependency – for 4 months, speech – for 7 months, speech comprehension – for 11 months. Gross motor skills   runs, walks, kicks a ball, stands on one feet by holding, walks on toes, jumps. Climbs the stairs by holding with one hand. Fine motor – draws back and forth, lines are with rounded endings, is able to hold two toy blocks in each hand, makes a tower from 8 toy blocks, puts a ball in a string, rends paper. Perception – connects different objects – puts 3 small bowls in each other, puts different geometrical objects in correct vent-pegs, after a given example makes a line of 5 toy cubes, sorts small objects by their size. Social age – likes the attention of the adults, smiles, comes to cuddle. Gladly plays with peers, if someone is sad, tries to comfort him or her, obeys the rule “now it’s my turn, now it’s your turn”. Self-dependency – eats and drinks self-dependently, washes and dries his hands, dresses up by himself, needs little help with zippers or buttons;

-   face surgeon (02.03.2011.) – very wide bilateral cleft palate, surgery no sooner than at the  age of 3 to 4;

-   stomatology institute (26.09.2013.) – congenital bilateral cleft of soft and hard palate, planned surgery in 2014;

  • laboratory test made on:

-   HBsAg (02.03.3011.) – negative;

-   Anti HCV (02.03.3011.) – negative;

-   HIV (02.03.3011.) – positive;

-   HIV 1Ag (01.12.2011.) – negative;

-   Trepanema Pallidum antivielas IgM (29.11.2011.) – negative;

-   TPHA (02.03.2011.) – positive;

-   TPHA (16.04.2012.) – negative;

  • final medical diagnosis – antenatal central nervous system damage. Alcohol fetopathie. Congenital developmental abnormalities.  Cryptorchidism. Spine dextra scoliosis. Hard palate cleft. Deformation of thorax. Horseshoe kidney. Physical development delay. Language development delay. Atopic dermatitis, allergy to yolk. Myopia I grade;
  • further necessary treatment – continue daily activities and lessons to promote child’s psychomotor development. Pay attention to further evolvement of scoliosis. Child should wear glasses. Continue to be dynamically monitored by a family doctor or a rehabilitation doctor to control the child's psychomotor development and, where necessary, make additional diagnostics and appropriate rehabilitation measures;

·      younger brother has blue eyes and, hazel hair. The child is calm, walks independently, obeys instructions, likes individual attention, likes to play with toys, sometimes might take toys form other children;

·      child was born to a 38 years old mother, from her 8th pregnancy, in the 8th delivery, in 37/38 week of pregnancy, operative delivery, with weight of 2600 g, height – 45cm. By Apgar’s score 8/9 points. During the pregnancy the mother has not been under the surveillance of a doctor;

·      child started to sit at the age of 9 months, to crawl – at the age of 10 months, to walk independently – at the age of 12 months, first teeth at the age of 6 months;

·      child has been treated in a hospital:

-       01.03.2013. – 26.03.2013. – Z20.6 (contact with and exposure to human immunodeficiency virus [HIV]), preventative anti-syphilis course I, hypospadia, intolerance of cow’s milk protein;

-       16.04.2014. – 17.04.2014. – medial hypospadia, acute respiratory viral infection, planned surgery due to illness is cancelled;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       roentgen (Rtg) for long barrel bones (04.03.2013.) – signs of  osteochondritis cannot be excluded for sure, recommended Rtg control in dynamic;

-       oculist (05.03.2013.) – fundus oculi without pathology;

-       oculist (14.03.2014.) – OU astigmatism hypermetropia;

-       ultra-sonography (USG) for abdominal organs (05.03.2013.) – urinary drainage disorders in the right kidney 4 cm, pyelonectasis, control after 3 months;

-       USG for abdominal organs (09.09.2013.) – no visual structure changes;

-       neuro-sonoscopy (05.03.2013.) – brain structures differentiate correctly, cavity systems are not extended;

-       Latvian Infectolgoy Center (LIC) (12.04.2013.) – R 75.0 (laboratory evidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV));

-       LIC (14.05.2013.) – R 75.0 (laboratory evidence of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV));

-       LIC (04.04.2014.) – child taken off the register, no data on vertical transmission;

-       neurologist (09.07.2013.) – neonatal central nervous system hypoxia effects as increased musculature tone;

-       speech therapist (05.06.2014.) – language development close to the norm;

-       surgeon (25.03.2013.) – hypospadia;

-       dermato-venerologist (18.06.2013.) – clinical – serology control, RPR – negative, TPHA - +, Ig Mav IFR – negative;

-       Munich Functional Developmental Diagnostics (20.05.2014.) – walking, perception and self-dependency ages correspond to the age of the child. Sleight-of-hands lags behind for ½ month, social age – for 1 ½ month. Walking age – child walks freely. Sleight of hands – has “pincers grasp”, grasps small items with index finger and thumb, pushes toy car back and froth, leafs picture book. Perception – pulls toy in a string to himself, puts a cover to a bowel, tries to draw with a pencil. Social age – is cautious towards strangers. Might deny protest with an invitation. Self-dependency age – by dressing helps with his movement, drinks form a mug which is held a little, takes and eats a piece of food;

-       pediatrician (12.06.2014.) – medial hypospadia;

·      child has received all the prophylactic vaccinations corresponding his age, except BCG vaccine;

·      laboratory tests:

-       HBsAg (14.12.2013.) – negative;

-       HIV ½ (12.04.2013.) – positive;

-       HIV ½ (04.04.2014.) – negative;

-       Anti HCV (10.04.2013.) – negatīvs;

-       TPHA (02.03.2013.) – positive (++);

-       TPHA (18.06.2013.) – positive (+);

-       TPHA (09.04.2014.) – negative;

-       TPH IgM (05.03.2013.) – negative;

-       TPH IgM (09.04.2014.) – negative;

·      final medical diagnosis – state after hypospadia plastic surgery;

·      further necessary treatment – speech therapy. Rachitis prophylactic;

  • by a court verdict in January 2012 the mother was deprived of custody rights over older brother, and in April 2014 – she was deprived of custody rights over younger brother. The paternity for brothers has not been stated. The mother has alcohol consumption problems, currently she is in prison.  The mother has asked to meet with the younger brother, bet her request had been denied due to her being arrested because of negligence, violence and cruelty towards older brother. Older brother was hospitalized in a severe health condition. The mother already had been deprived of custody rights for 5 children, they all are adopted;
  • children has 1 older minor half-sister who is in the care of her father. The decision of Orphans’ Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

3. In the process of adoption

Boy, born on February 19, 2011:

·      child resides in a current foster family since February 2013. Foster parents do not want to adopt the child;

  • child has  gray eyes and brown hair. The boy is quick-tempered, active, joyful, enjoys playing with Lego and drawing, has speech delay. When the child was placed in a foster family, he sometimes used to fell down on the ground and he had poor behavior. Currently his behavior has seriously improved, the boy no longer fells down on the ground and does not cry. The boy needs undivided attention, it is recommended for him to be the only child in the family. When he is together with the foster mother he is obedient, wants all of her attention and love to be focused on him. Previously child was aggressive towards other children (younger half-brother and the girl in the foster family) he hit and bite them. Currently he gets along very well with particular girl. The boy did not develop sibling relationship with his younger half-brother. There were suspicions on possible hearing problems, but this information is false, the foster mother informs that the boy hears better than her, actually he hears very well. He has nightmares in the night, the boy might start crying without even being awake, then the foster mother goes to him, puts her arm on him and the boy calms down. The boy has a language delay – says words, but does not form sentences. He has good language comprehension, understands everything. Attends speech therapist. Attends mainstream kindergarten and behaves well there, follows the taught material, educators have no objections to his work. The boy is willing to help doing different chores, goes to a potty, has no enuresis problems. Adoptive parents should take into account that the boy slowly opens to others, but once the boy has accepted person, then it is for real and lastingly – if he loves, then loves to his full potential. If, for example, the boy does not get the toy he wants, then he can fall down and scream, get hysterical, but with a little cuddling he gets calm. The boy is bland and friendly with others. Comparing to what the boy used to be when placed in the foster family, he bit and would not listen adults, but now the boy has greatly progressed in all areas. The physician of the boy informs – that currently it is difficult to predict further development of the child in the future, possibly, by investing lots of efforts and love to improve the development of the child, there would not be any issues. The boy knows how to put puzzles on a tablet, he likes putting also ordinary puzzles, foster parents encourages the boy to draw to develop his small motor skills. The boy is very reasonable, recognizes digit 1, but if sees, for example, number 20, then knows that it is much more. Knows how does the cat, dog and cow says;

·      child has been treated in a hospital from 02.05.2012. till 08.05.2012. – rotavirus gastro-enteritis. Anemia;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       ENT (20.06.2012.) – acute rhinitis. Hard of hearing? Examining the hearing of the child at the hearing center, no hearing loss was found;

-       oculist (20.06.2012.) – hypmermetropia;

-       electro-cardiography (ECG) (09.2012.) – no pathology was found;

-       physician (05.03.2013.) – practically healthy;

-       neurologist (01.10.2013.) – mental development delay (fetal alcohol syndrome?), nightmares;

-       neurologist (23.05.2014.) – psychomotor development delay, epilepsy (partial seizures in sleep);

-       electro-encephalogram (EEG) in sleep (19.01.2014.) – sleep EEG corresponds to age of the child. Unpronounced focal epileptiform activity in FC area bilaterally;

·      final medical diagnosis – lack of protein energy (small height), behavioral disorders. Mental development disorders. Fetal alcohol syndrome?. Nightmares;

·      further necessary treatment – consultation of the neurologist and the oculist. For prophylactic purposes take Oxcarbazepine Teva 300ml  ½ pill in the evening. Encephabol;

·      by a court verdict the mother was deprived of custody rights in March 2013, the father has deceased. Child was taken out of the family because of parental negligence, child was weakened and had low weight not corresponding his age. The mother lacks skills and knowledge to take care of the child, she consumes alcohol, smokes. Since December 2012 the mother is in the register of addictionist;

  • child has 1 older minor half-brother and 1 younger minor half-brother, who are under the guardianship (each in his own family). The decision of Orphans’ Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

4. Boy, born on June 3, 2012:

·      child has blue-grayish eyes and brown hair. The child has unsustainable attention, stereotype movements, he wants to turn others’ attention towards him. The child has partial speech comprehension, language – syllables;

·      child was born to a 34 years old mother, from her 4th pregnancy, in the 3rd delivery, with weight of 2200g, height – 46cm. By Apgar’s score 8/9 points;

·      child started to sit and to crawl at the age of 12 months, to walk independently and to talk – at the age of 1 year and 9 months, first teeth at the age of 8 months;

·      child has been treated in a hospital:

-       25.09.2012. – 02.10.2012. – acute otitis, congenital heart disease;

-       03.06.2013. – 11.06.20193. – ventricular septal defect closure on June 4, 2013;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       ENT (07.05.2013.) – planned tympanostomy, recurrent otitis;

-       oculist (07.02.2014.) – hypermetropia, control at the age of 3 years. Signs on autism;

-       neurologist (11.11.2013.) – G93.8 (other specified disorders of brain), effects of perinatal central nervous system hypoxia. Pronounced psychomotor development tempo delay;

-       neurologist (28.03.2014.) – psycho-emotional laziness on the background of alcohol fetopathy. Inexpressive facial grimaces, has interest on the environment around him, has remiss interest. Eats self-dependently, slowly, with both hands. Word, sound pronunciation delayed. Walks independently, is interested in different educational toys;

-       pediatrician (13.03.2014.) – mixed specific developmental disorders. State after ventricular septal defect closure. Hypermetropia;

·      child has received all the prophylactic vaccinations corresponding his age. INFAnRIX HEXA vaccination has not yet completed;

·      laboratory tests on:

-       HIV ½ (10.07.2012.) – negative;

-       SED (10.07.2012.) – negative;

·      final medical diagnosis – mixed specific developmental disorders. State after ventricular septal defect closure on June 4, 2013. Hypermetropia;

·      since February 2013, a disability status has been determined for the child;

·      further necessary treatment – speech therapy, musical and sports lessons, Montessori, game therapy;

·      by a court verdict parents were deprived of custody rights in January 2014. The child was left without supervision, parents have alcohol consumption problems. Parents have not shown interest about the child since 2013;

·      child has 1 older minor half-sister, who is in the care of the mother and 2 older minor half-brothers, from whom 1 is under the guardianship, the other resides in an out-of-family care institution. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

5. Adopted

6.     In the process of adoption

 

Boy, born December 17, 2007:

  • boy is intellectually and physically developed corresponding his age. He might be very lovely, kind-hearted, enjoys playing soccer. Has periodical aggression outbursts, inadequate and incontrollable behavior is observed. The child has suffered from physical and emotional abuse in the biological family as a result he has gained irreversible psycho-emotional trauma, for example, the child remembers how the mother asphyxiated him with a pillow to make him quite. The boy attends a psychologist, he needs lasting psychotherapy. Factors that adopters should take into consideration – the boy has lived in 2 foster families, currently he is placed in an-out-of family care institution. Both foster families could not handle the behavioral problems the boy had. Behavioral problems – gets aggressive, throws objects, usually these kind of expressions starts without any specific reason but after 10 minutes the boy acts like nothing has happened. The child had been treated in a psycho-neurological ward for several times, doctors assume a possibility that the boy could have some more serious mental issue but due to the age of the child it is not possible to set concrete diagnose. The boy attends mainstream kindergarten, intellectually he develops well. Currently the employees of the out-of-family care institution observes whether the child will need specialized educational institution, not due to developmental delay but his behavioral disorders. The boy needs a family where there are strict discipline and upbringing methods. It is very preferable for the child to have a mom and a dad, he is used to a nuclear family model, especially the child needs a man as a role model who would actively involve in child upbringing;

·      child has been treated in a hospital from 15.05.2014. till 02.06.2014. – F91.3 (oppositional defiant disorder), F80.0 (specific developmental disorders of speech and language), Z60.1 (atypical parenting situation), Z61.9 (negative life event in childhood, unspecified);

·      child has been consulted by:

-       psychiatrist (02.04.2014.) – F92.8 (other mixed disorders of conduct and emotions), Z60.1 (atypical parenting situation);

-       psychiatrist (08.04.2014.) – F91.3 (oppositional defiant disorder), Z60.1 (atypical parenting situation);

-       psychiatrist (02.06.2014.) – F91.3 (oppositional defiant disorder), Z60 (problems related to social environment);

·      final medical diagnosis – oppositional defiant disorders, speech articulation disorders. Unfavorable childhood experience. Atypical parenting situation. Mixed behavioral and emotion disorders;

·      further necessary treatment – Chlorprothixene 12,5x3, Carbamazepinum 100R, Diazepam after necessity, Haloperidol 0,5;

·      by a court verdict the mother was deprived of custody rights in May 2014, the father of the boy– in January 2014. Parents have alcohol consumption problems, they lived in a garden shack in conditions dangerous for the life of the child. The mother of the child is a drug addict, the father was searched by the police for rape, there is no information where the parents currently reside. Grandmother of the boy visits him 2 to 3 times a year, she does not want to adopt the boy;

·      child has no siblings.

 

7. Not adoptable

Boy, born on October 6, 2007:

·      child resides in a foster family since November 2010, the foster family does not want to adopt the child;

·      child has calm character, he is obedient and sensitive. The boy is not very diligent and often is inattentive when studying. Has difficulties to remember colors, numbers and letters. The child is very agile, he loves sports exercises and to run. Has difficulties in study process, for example, to learn by heart short couplets. Factors that adopters should take into consideration – the boy is attached to the family of the foster parents. Diagnose in anamnesis – alcohol fetopathie. The  child has fine physique, short stature, eats poorly;

·      child was born to a 36 years old mother, from her 3rd pregnancy, in the 3rd delivery, with weight of 2350g, height – 33cm;

·      child has been treated in a hospital:

-       14.01.2008. – 17.01.2008. – feeding disorders. Lack of protein energy. Perinatal encephalopathy;

-       20.11.2010. – 01.12.2010. – acute naso-pharyngitis, purulent conjunctivitis. Bronchial drainage problems. Speech development delay. Social insufficiency;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       ENT (09.12.2011.) –  adenoids;

-       oculist (09.12.2011.) – hypermetropia;

-       neurologist (02.12.2011.) – mixed specific behavioral disorders;

-       speech therapist (30.11.2011.) – language development delay;

-       pediatrician (22.04.2013.) – psychomotor development delay and physical development delay. General language development delay;

·      laboratory tests on TPHA (15.01.2008.) – negative;

·      final medical diagnosis – physical and mental developmental delay

·      further necessary treatment – rehabilitation;

·      by a court verdict the mother was deprived of custody rights in January 2014, the father deceased in October 2010. The mother together with children was placed in in a crisis center where resided from June 2010 till November 2010, where the family received social rehabilitation services, the mother had suffered from physical abuse by her husband. Employees of the crisis center found that the mother consumes alcohol regularly. Child has suffered from negligence;

·      child has 1 older major half-brother who does not show interest about the boy.

 

8. Boy, born on April 12, 2007:

·      child resides in a foster family since June 14, 2013, until then the child was under the guardianship since November 2011;

·      boy has blue grayish eyes and light hair. The boy is friendly, he enjoys being together with other children, likes to draw, to play with a toy car, to cut car images out of the magazines. Quite frequently toys might break when he plays with them. The boy hides unnecessary and broken things. Tendency of taking other belongings has been observed. Nevertheless the boy tries to be well behaved. The boy is hard of hearing. Required preschool material has acquired well. Foster parents describes the child as very observable, clever and quick-witted. When interacting with the adults, follows their actions, therefore predicting further actions of the adult. In the family of former guardian the boy used to eat junk food therefore he might prefer unhealthy food. The child does not eat vegetables, dairy produce, fruits, homemade cutlets etc. The boy evaluates the food by smelling it. Male role-model is important for the boy, the father was an important person because he took care of the boy on a daily basis. Since living in a foster family the boy has managed closer contact with the foster mother, who takes care of the boy most of the time. Factors that adopters should take into consideration – the child has special needs, since July 2008 a disability has been stated for the boy. Since September 2012 the boy attends boarding school – development center for children hard of hearing;

·      child was born to a 45 years old mother, from her 3rd pregnancy, in the 2nd delivery, with weight of 1017g, height – 38cm. By Apgar’s score 3/6/6 points. Premature born child IV grade. 28th-29th week of pregnancy. When born – chronic intrauterine hypoxia;

·      child has been treated in a hospital:

-       23.05.2007. – 13.06.2007. – premature born child IV. Anemia of premature born child;

-       11.05.2009. – 22.05.2009. – bilateral sensorineural severe hard of hearing. Early speech development disorders. General development delay;

-       17.05.2010. – 28.05.2010. – bilateral sensorineural severe hard of hearing. Allergic rhinopathy;

-       03.01.2011. – 14.01.2011. – bilateral sensorineural hard of hearing. Language development delay;

-       08.04.2011. – 11.04.2011. – seizure of hypoglycemia. Hard of hearing;

-       16.01.2012. – 27.01.2012. – bilateral sensorineural severe hard of hearing. Adenoids. Attention deficit syndrome. Language development delay;

-       22.10.2012. – 02.11.2012. – bilateral sensorineural severe hard of hearing. Speech and language development disorders. Allergic dermatitis;

-       22.04.2014. – 02.05.2014. – bilateral sensorineural severe hard of hearing. Speech and language development disorders. Organic personality and behavioral disorders;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       ENT – bilateral sensorineural severe (IV grade) severe hard of hearing. Recommended to use hearing aid. Regular speech therapy. To continue learn in a specialized school;

-       neurologist (22.04.2014.) – bilateral sensorineural IV grade hearing loss. Language development delay. Attention disorders;

-       speech therapist – speech and language development disorders. Recommended to continue learning in a school for children with hard of hearing, to continue acquiring sign language;

-       pediatrician (06.05.2014.) – severe level of hard of hearing, bilateral. Speech and language development disorders. Emotional and behavioral disorders. Poor posture. Flat foot;

·      final medical diagnosis – bilateral sensorineural severe level of hard of hearing. Speech and language development disorders. Organic personality and behavioral disorders;

·      a disability has been stated for the child;

·      further necessary treatment – regularly usage of hearing aid. Regular speech therapy. To continue learning in the specialized school. To continue acquiring sign language;

·      by a court verdict the mother was deprived of custody rights in September 2012, the father of the child – in October 2013.  The mother was not able to provide the child with appropriate discipline since she was intoxicated, she was sharp and impatient towards the child. The mother was not prepared for child upbringing, she did not go into peculiarities of the child’s psychic developmental peculiarities, the mother did not take into consideration individual child age needs, she frequently reproached the child which caused mistakes and upbringing failures – emotional and physical abuse from the mother, which has affected the child negatively. The child had been placed in a crisis centre in August 2011. The father is not able to take care of the child self-dependently, he lacks understanding on safe environment providing for the child. Parents regularly consume alcohol, do not have permanent employment, have not shown interest about the child. None of the other relatives have shown interest about the boy;

·      child has 2 older major sisters and 1 older major half-brother.

 

9. Boy, born on October 5, 2008 (included in the list repeatedly):

·    child resides in a foster family since December 2010. Foster family does not want to adopt the child;

·    child has blue eyes and brown hair. The child is calm by his character. The boy is fearful therefore, under the influence of fear, he might get aggressive. The boy loves animals;

·    child started to sit at the age of 11 ½ months, to crawl – at the age of 1 year, to walk independently – at the age of 20 months, to talk – after the age of 3 years, first teeth – at the age of 7 months. Child has delayed development since first year of life. At the age of 4 years speaks only several words;

·    final medical diagnoses – poor general development. Language development delay. Atopic dermatitis. Lack of protein energy. Muscle tone disorders. Psychomotor development delay. Perinatal post-hypoxic CNS damage, motion disorder syndrome;

·    in 2013 a disability has been stated for the boy;

·    further necessary treatment – speech therapy, remedial gymnastics, control of a psychiatrist;

·    by a court verdict the mother of the child was deprived of custody rights in August 2011, and the father was deprived of custody rights in March 2012. Child was taken out of the biological family because he resided in conditions dangerous to hid life and health, he was not taken care of, child was not fed, nor supervised. The responsibility about the younger half-brother was on the shoulders of older half-brother who then was 6 years old. Child has suffered from negligence, physical and emotional abuse. Parents were the abusive persons. Parents have alcohol, smoking and drug addiction. Nor parents, nor other relatives have shown interest about the child, nor do they visit him. The boy has resided in an out-of-family care institution until he reached 2 years of age. Taking into consideration that the boy has resided in an out-of-family care since being an infant, child basically has no attachment towards his relatives;

·    child has 1 younger minor brother and 1 younger minor sister, who are under the care of their parents and 1 older minor brother who resides in other foster family. Orphans’ Court has made a decision on separation of children in case of the adoption.

 

10. Not adoptable

 

2 brothers: older brother, born on January 22, 2003, and younger brother, born on January 17, 2005:

·      older brother has dark eyes and light brown hair. Quite often the boy might be nervous, emotionally unstable, quickly gets angry, is not able to calm down for a longer period of time. He likes household type chores, gladly performs additional responsibilities of a person on duty. Sometimes gets in fights with his younger brother and also other children. The boy agrees to be adopted together with brother;

·      child was born from mother’s 6th pregnancy, in the 3rd delivery, with weight of 3646g, height – 52cm. By Apgar’s score 7-8 points;

·      child has been treated in a hospital from 10.01.2012. – 20.01.2012. – mixed behavioral and emotion disorders. Partial symptomatic epilepsy;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       07.12.2011. – epilepsy (partial seizures). Mixed behavioral and emotion disorders;

-       neurologist (25.09.2012.) – epilepsy (partial seizures);

-       neurologist (19.04.2013.) – epilepsy in anamnesis. Behavioral and emotional disorders;

·      final medical diagnosis – epilepsy (partial seizures). Mixed behavioral and emotion disorders;

·      younger brother has dark eyes and light hair. The boy has difficulties acquiring school material, he often is nervous, emotionally unstable, quickly gets mad and cannot calm down for a longer time. The boy loves doing different chores. The boy sometimes fights with his brother, then even hates him but perceives him as his guardian anyway.  The boy agrees to be adopted together with his older brother;

·      child was born to a 42 years old mother, from her 7th pregnancy, in the 4th delivery, with weight of 3750g, height – 54cm, by Apgar’s score 7-9 points;

·      child started to sit at the age of 8 months, to walk independently – at the age of 1 year, first teeth at the age of 8 months. Development of the child corresponds to his age;

·      child has been treated in a hospital:

-       18.01.2007. – 18.01.2007. – polydactyly of right foot;

-       18.10.2010. – 19.10.2010. – removal of adenoids;

·      child has been consulted by:

-       oculist  (25.07.2012.) – to wear glasses constantly. Poor vision capacity;

-       neurologist (17.05.2013.) – behavioral and emotional disorders. Mixed learning skill disorders;

·      final medical diagnosis – mixed behavioral, emotional and learning disorders;

·      by a court verdict the mother was deprived of custody rights in March 2013, father deceased in August 2012. Reasons why children were separated from the family – parental alcohol problems and psychic health issues the mother had. Children have suffered from negligence. The mother was the abusive person – she could not fulfil her parental duties appropriately. Children have quite strong attachment towards the mother, they are hoping that their mother will change her lifestyle

·      children have 2 older major sisters.

 

11. Adopted

 

12. Boy, born on April 23, 2012:

·    child has greyish-green eyes, brown hair. The boy is interested in toys. Language – syllables. In most cases reacts to his name;

·    boy was born to a 36 years old mother from her 3rd pregnancy, in her 3rd delivery, in 38th week of gestation, with weight of 2200 g and height 45 cm, 8/9 point by Apgar scale. The mother was under doctor’s surveillance during the pregnancy. The father is a smoker and consumes alcohol. During the pregnancy the mother has been drunk twice. Blood type for the child: 0+;

·    child started to sit and crawl at the age of 10 months, to speak at the age of 1 year and 9 months, first teeth at the age of 7 months. The child is emotionally labile, has delayed cognitive abilities, walks by sticking to something;

·    child has been treated in a hospital from 23.04.2012. – 03.05.2012. – small for gestational time;

·    child has been consulted by:

-     oculist (23.08.2013.) – hypermetropia;

-     neurologist (23.01.2014.) – F 93.8 (Other childhood emotional disorders), emotional lability, muscle imbalance;

-     speech therapist (11.02.2014.) – language development tempo delay;

-     pediatrician (11.02.2014.) – disembryogenetic stigma, protein energy malnutrition;

-     psychiatrist (11.02.2014.) – child’s mental development is lagging behind. Clinically early CNS damage;

  • child has not completed 2nd and 3rd Infarix Hexa vaccination. He has also not received Priorix vaccination;
  • final medical diagnosis – child’s mental development is lagging behind. Clinically early CNS damage. Possible alcohol effects on the fetus. Protein energy malnutrition;
  • further necessary treatment – Montessori method teaching, speech therapy, physiotherapist classes. Music therapy, play therapy. To take Osteocare - 2,5ml twice a day for 3 months, Fish oil, Vitamin D3 500 units per day;
  • by the court verdict the mother has been deprived of custody rights in January 2014, paternity has not been stated. There were unsanitary conditions in the place of residence, the child care was not provided, the mother has addiction problems;
  • boy has 1 older minor half-brother, who resides in a different out-of-family care institution. The decision of the Orphans' Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

13. Not adoptable

 

Girl, born on April 21, 2011 (included in the list repeatedly):

  • child resides in a foster family since April 2014;
  • girl is helpful by character, she wants to help her foster mother in various house chores. She is rather stubborn, but the foster mother manages to reach agreements with her. The girl has unsustainable attention for one action. She attends a kindergarten for children with speech problems due to considerable language delay, her vocabulary consists of approximately 6-7 words. The girl understands and remembers what is being told. In the kindergarten she sometimes can hit other children, due to language barrier she achieves everything by screaming and shrieking. The girl has acquired self-service skills – she attends toilet herself, she eats without assistance, she dresses herself with a little help from adults. She has a tendency to collect food behind her cheeks. In teeth brushing she has not acquired the skill of spitting out toothpaste. The girl likes water, she enjoys water treatment. The girl likes telephones, puzzles, Lego and trampoline, but not for long. She has restless sleep (tosses in bed). She is allergic to sweets. She likes to suck her fingers to such extension that they start to deform. The girl has strabismus and needs to wear glasses for that. She has diagnosis of hyperactivity. The child has movement disorder – she walks in a slightly bended forward position, puts her toes first and slightly drags her feet. According to the child’s doctor it is difficult to predict her development at this stage when she still does not talk. In a small age the child had problems with a rectum – it fell out and did not hold, she had gross bleeding. The reason is not known but it might be as a result of mother’s alcohol dependency;
  • child was born to a 26 years old mother, from her 2nd pregnancy, in her 2nd delivery with weight of 2220g. She  was born premature, from the hospital she was discharged with a positive weight and condition dynamics;
  • child started to sit at the age of 1 year and 2 months, to crawl – at the age of 1 year and 3 months, the first teeth – at the age of 8 months. At the age of 1 year and 7 months she had 8 upper and 8 lower part teeth;

·  child has been treated in a hospital:

-  18.05.2011. – 09.06.2011. –  premature birth, acute respiratory virus infection, acute rhinopharyngitis, purulent conjunctivitis;

-  30.09.2011. – 07.10.2011. –  protein-energy malnutrition, hipostatura, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy with muscular dystonia;

-  09.12.2011. – 11.01.2012.    antenatal central nervous system damage, alcohol fetopathie, anemia, fallen out rectum, psychomotor development delay;

-  03.03.2012.12.03.2012.   rectum polyps, enterocolitis, protein-energy malnutrition, physical and psychomotor development delay, acute respiratory virus infection, obstructive bronchitis;

-  06.05.2012.10.05.2012. adenovirus infection: conjunctivitis,  pharyngotonsillitis;

·  child has been consulted by:

-      oculist (28.05.2012.) – squinting inwards, hypermetropia (grade I );

-      neurologist (26.07.2012.) – hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, psychomotor development delay, protein- energy malnutrition;

-      speech therapist (28.11.2012.) – general language development delay;

-      pediatrician (29.11.2012.) –  psychomotor development delay on the hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy background, protein-energy malnutrition (grade II), anemia;

  • medical diagnosis – psychomotor development retardation on the hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy background, protein-energy malnutrition (grade II), anemia, strabismus (inwards), hypermetropia (grade I);
  • further necessary treatment – pediatrician monitoring, oculist, neurologist, proctologist consultations, physiotherapy sessions, massage, speech therapy sessions;
  • parents have been deprived of custody in November 2012 by the verdict of court. Parents have alcohol dependency problems, the child was taken out of the family 1 day after her birth and she was placed in a hospital. The child was in the health and life-threatening conditions. Rooms at home were very cold, the baby was cool, practically unfed, marbelized. The mother has not shown interest in the child (neither visited nor phoned), she does not cooperates with a social service. The father has been in a prison several times and the last time for a theft, he is interested in regaining parental rights;
  • girl has 1 older minor maternal half-brother who is in the care of his father. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

14. Boy, born on October 23, 2010:

·      child has brown eyes and dark brown hair. The boy is emotionally positive and responsive. He knows his name. Recognizes persons, reacts emotionally to social situations. He drinks well from a cup and eats – he is being fed. He turns actively in a side position to the left. He grasps toys. The child needs a special care;

·      boy was born to a 38 years old mother from her 3rd pregnancy, in her 3rd delivery, with weight of 2940 g and height 54 cm, 8/9 points by Apgar scale. The mother did not attend doctor during the pregnancy. The child was diagnosed with congenital hydrocephalus;

·      child started to speak at the age of 2 years, first teeth came out at the age of 7 months. The child has spastic right-side hemiparesis. Leans for capture of toys with a left side. His development progresses;

·      child has been consulted by:

-        pneumonologist (02.02.2012.) – bronchial asthma, moderate, controlled;

-        speech therapist (08.11.2012.) – active articulation – adequately pronounces three words;

-        oculist ( 20.04.2012.) – view paresis. Optic nerve hypoplasia. Suspicion of atrophy. Secondary nystagmus;

-        pediatrician (08.11.2012.) – congenital occlusion hydrocephalus. The right-side hemiparesis;

-        psychiatrist (24.09.2012.) – F 83 (Mixed specific developmental disorder), G80 (Cerebral palsy), G40.9. (Epilepsy). Congenital hydrocephalus. Symptomatic epilepsy;

-        audiologist (07.06.2011.) – no hearing disorders;

·      final medical diagnosis – congenital occlusion hydrocephalus. Condition after ventriculoperitoneal shunting on 30.11.2010. Corpus Collosum in agenesis. Right hand spastic hemiparesis. Symptomatic epilepsy. Optic nerve hypoplasia. Bronchial asthma, controlled. Mixed specific developmental disorders. The child has a disability status;

·      further necessary treatment – physiotherapist and speech therapy classes. Hyperallergic diet, adapted wheelchair and orthopedic shoes, the right hand orthosis;

·      by the court verdict parents have been deprived of custody rights in September 2012. The child was left in a hospital, because the mother was hospitalized for tuberculosis treatment. The parents while under influence of alcohol announced to police that the child is missing or frozen. The place of residence was not adapted to the needs of a new-born child. The parents have a tendency to wander around. The child was neglected;

·      boy has 1 younger minor half-brother, who is adopted.

 

15. Boy, born on November 28, 2005:

  • child resides in a foster family since April 2011. The foster family does not wish to adopt the boy;
  • boy has grey eyes and light brown/greyish hair. The boy is polite, calm, gentle, very sensitive, persevering and tries to complete the started actions. Likes to draw, paint and play with Lego blocks. He knows how to tidy up toys after playing. The boy engages in contact slowly, performs the given tasks slowly, and cries if he does not understand something. Sometimes tends to be stubborn and headstrong. The boy's intelligence is insufficient for his age, he has limited thinking ability and low-level verbal abilities. The boy has hand movement disorders. The boy has traveled abroad on holidays with a foster family, during the travelling he felt good and he found friends there – other children with whom he established contact quickly. The foster mother assumes that it would be good if the adoptive family would have a child, it would help the boy to adapt to new environment better. The boy studies according to level 'C' – specialized program, taking into account the boy's state of health, physical and psycho-emotional developmental delay. The boy needs a special care, attention, special food and dietary regime due to the diagnosis – celiac disease. The boy needs adult help to take care of himself, to dress and wash. The boy needs a structured daily routine and monitoring, he needs help in studies. Intelligence disorders may be the result of socio-pedagogical neglect;
  • child was born to a 30 years old mother, from her 5th pregnancy, in her 3rd delivery with weight of 1743g and height 41 cm. The mother was under doctor’s surveillance during the pregnancy;
  • child started to sit at the age of 12 months, to walk independently – at the age of 1 year and 5 months, the first teeth – at the age of 7 months;
  • medical diagnosis – celiac disease, protein energy malnutrition, left-side double kidney. Corpus collosum agenesis. Synostosis radioulnar bilateral. Physical and psycho-emotional development delay;
  • further necessary treatment – Vitamin Th, gluten-free diet, calcium supplements, Nootropil, Vitamin D3;
  • by the court verdict the mother has been deprived of custody rights in September 2012, father deceased in December 2010. Both parents were consuming alcohol in large quantities, after the father’s death the mother was constantly drunk, there were friends and fights at home. The child was taken out of a family, because he needed special care and attention, and the mother did not provide it. The mother was impatient. The child was placed in a crisis centre, where he received rehabilitation, as a result the child’s emotional state improved – anxiety and crying lessened. The mother does not visit the child, she has phoned once to inquire about him. None of the relatives have been interested in the child;
  • boy has 3 older major half-brothers and 2 older major half-sisters.

 

16. Boy, born on April 24, 2005:

  • boy has blue eyes and light brown hair. The boy is very caring and affectionate. He always thinks about people around him. He enjoys sport activities, especially to jump on a trampoline. He likes to be cuddled and to be praised. The child is shy among strangers, but among known people he is open and cheerful. The studies are adjusted to his abilities and skills. The boy has movement coordination disorder. The boy needs a loving family where he can grow and develop. The boy needs regular monitoring and help, because he has difficulty in orientation in everyday situations and social adjustment;
  • child was born to a 26 years old mother, in home delivery, with weight of 2760g and height 52 cm. The mother was not under doctor’s surveillance during the pregnancy. She often used alcohol during the pregnancy;
  • child started to sit at the age of 11 months, to crawl at the age of 1 year, to walk independently – at the age of 1 year and 8 months, to speak after 3 years of age, the first teeth – at the age of 8 months;
  • medical diagnosis – language system underdevelopment III, farsightedness III. F71.0 (moderate mental retardation, with the statement of no, or minimal, impairment of behaviour), F71.1 (moderate mental retardation, significant impairment of behaviour requiring attention or treatmen), consequences of early central nervous system damage with language disorders. Moderate, persistent asthma, after seizure period. The child has a disability status;
  • further necessary treatment – psychiatrist and allergist recommended therapy (to take a course of medication when necessary: nootropic agents, Ventolin, Singulair, Pulmicort);
  • by the court verdict the mother has been deprived of custody rights in June 2009, paternity has not been stated. The child was neglected, the mother had alcohol dependency problems. The mother has not showed interest in the child. The child does not have any other relatives who could take care of him;
  • boy has 1 older minor sister, who is in a guardianship. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

17. Boy, born on October 23, 2004:

  • boy resides in a foster family since September 2010. The foster family does not wish to adopt the boy;
  • boy has blue eyes and greyish-brown hair. The boy is emotionally labile, unrestrained, he gets angry quickly, he is easily irritable and then becomes aggressive. The boy has difficulty in understanding the rules of acceptable behaviour. He has poor memory and difficulties in acquiring the taught material, he requires additional explanations in studies. Poor ability to tell about himself and his family. He likes to watch cartoons, likes sports and handicrafts, he is helpful with household chores. The child’s development complies with the 3-4 year age group. The boy uses a hearing aid and studies in a specialized boarding school;
  • child was born to a 19 years old mother, from her 1st pregnancy, in her 1st delivery, with weight of 3310 g and height 51 cm. The mother was under doctor’s surveillance during the pregnancy;
  • child started to sit at the age of 9 months, to walk independently – at the age of 1 year, to speak at the age of 2 years and 6 months, the first teeth – at the age of 10 months;
  • medical diagnosis – mild on border with moderate mental retardation with significant impairment of behaviour, requiring attention and treatment. Bilateral sensorineural hearing loss, grade I;
  • further necessary treatment – to take medicine Lamictal 25 mg twice a day, Cinnarizin twice a day, Rispaksol ½ tablet a day. Psychiatrist consultations. Speech therapy. Development therapy classes. Specialized school;
  • by the court verdict the mother has been deprived of custody rights in June 2010, paternity has not been stated. The child was neglected, the mother left her son with her friend for a long period of time, but the friend did not take care of the child. The mother is not alcoholic, but she has some kind of mental disorder;
  • boy does not have any siblings.

 

18. Boy, born on July 19, 2004:

  • boy has brown eyes and dark hair. The boy attends a specialized boarding school. The boy imitates the older classmates. The boy does not speak, except for few words, he does not understand the meaning of asked questions. The boy has special needs. He needs a constant supervision, the child has remarkable speech, perception and movement disorder;
  • there is no information about the birth and early development of the child;
  • medical diagnosis – severe psychomotor and mental retardation. Cerebral palsy. Speech and language development retardation. The child has a disability status;
  • by the court verdict the mother has been deprived of custody rights in September 2010, father – in April 2012. The parents are not interested in the child, they neither visit him nor inquire about him, but there are the child’s grandmother and the great grandmother, who are interested in him. The child is allowed to visit his great grandmother during holidays;
  • boy has 1 younger minor sister, who is in the care of the mother. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

19. Girl, born on April 26, 2003:

  • girl is smiling, physically active, she likes to sing, to perform, to draw and to appliqué. The girl is very impatient and she quickly gets angry about the restrictions, prohibitions or reprimands. In such occasions the girl has fits of aggression and she breaks furniture, throws various objects, and beats her head against the wall. She also offends smaller children. The girl does not know how to explain her actions and she has no remorse for the offense. The girl has fits of aggression approximately every other day. The girl’s school results are average. The girl attends a specialized school due to behavior problems only. The girl often does not obey teachers. Several times the girl has been treated in psychoneurological hospital. The girl is desirable to be adopted in a family where there are no other children;
  • girl was born to a 23 years old mother, from her 2nd pregnancy, in her 2nd delivery, with weight of 2800g and height 48 cm;
  • medical diagnosis – behavior, attention, hyperactivity disorder. Emotional lability;
  • further necessary treatment – psychiatrist consultations and medication;
  • by the court verdict the parents have been deprived of custody rights in December 2009. The parents did not provide the child with adequate nutrition, care and medical care. The girl suffered from neglect and physical and emotional violence;
  • girl has 1 older minor sister and 1 younger minor half-sister, who are in a guardianship and also 1 younger minor half-sister who is in the mother’s care. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

20. Adopted

 

21. Boy, born on September 5, 2003:

  • boy has blue eyes and light colour hair. The child is in a lying position, fully-cared for and fed through a nasogastric tube. The child is not able to change position himself. There are no conscious expressions of speech, he does not react and know his name. He does not react to adult speech. Makes silent weak voice reactions. The boy does not make an eye contact, he does not show interest in the surrounding area. Expresses his well-being by emotions and facial expressions. He does not make purposeful hand movements, he does not grasp objects around him. He likes tactile stimulation;
  • boy was born to a 28 years old mother in her 4th delivery;
  • medical diagnosis – organic CNS damage. Cerebral palsy. Spastic tetraparesis. Symptomatic epilepsy. Gastroesophageal reflux disease. Severe mental retardation. IV degree scoliosis. Chest deformity. Left hand paresis. Gastrostomy. The child has a disability status;
  • further necessary treatment – palliative care: full care, positioning, feeding through a nasogastric tube. In tuberculosis dispensary observation;
  • boy was taken out of a family due to his health problems on the basis of the mother’s application on September 12, 2005. The mother deceased in September 2008, paternity has not been stated. Until the mother’s death she visited her son in the institution approximately 2-3 times a year. The boy was visited also by his grandmother, half-brothers and half-sister. Since December 1, 2008 until July 29, 2013 the boy was in the grandmother’s guardianship, although practically resided in the institution. Since 2011 the grandmother and siblings have not visited the boy;
  • boy has 1 older major half-sister and 1 older major half-brother. The boy has also 1 older minor half-brother and 1 younger minor half-sister, who are in the grandmother’s guardianship. The decision of Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

22. Boy, born on June 18, 2004:

  • boy has greyish-blue eyes and blond hair. The boy likes to be praised and to receive attention. He wants to be the first and the best, and if it is not so, he shows his dissatisfaction. The boy is very good at making things from clay and plastic, he enjoys that very much. He also likes sports, he is interested in dances and likes to listen to the music. The boy has behavioural problems, he gets angry quickly, sometimes he has tantrums, for example in cases when he lacks attention or something has not happened the way he wants or expects, then he may throw objects, overthrow furniture.  The boy is inwardly sweet, but he is spiky from outside. The boy studies in a specialized boarding school for children with mental health disturbances due to behavioural problems, but his cognitive abilities are in average level. Previously the boy has had a surgery for his nose, which has been unsuccessful in terms of visual outcome, but it is surgically correctable. The boy wants to be adopted;
  • boy was born to a 40 years old mother;
  • final medical diagnosis – psychomotor development delay. Behavioural disorders – F92.8 (Other mixed disorders of conduct and emotions), F81.3 (Mixed disorder of scholastic skills). Hypermetropia. Somatically healthy;
  • further necessary treatment – consultations with psychiatrist, psychologist, ophthalmologist. Takes medicine to control behavioural disorder;
  • by the court verdict the parents have been deprived from custody rights in February 2013. The child was taken out of the biological family, because the parents refused to take care of the child, they could not deal with the child’s behavioural problems and they signed the consent to child’s adoption. Since the time the child was placed in an orphanage the parents have neither visited him nor phoned the institution to inquire about the child;
  • boy has 1 younger minor sister, who is in the care of her parents. The decision by the Orphan’s Court on separation of the children in case of adoption has been made.

 

If there is information at your disposal on family or person who complies with the requirements stated in Article 15 of the Convention and who would be interested to become personally acquainted with any of these children or obtain additional information, we kindly ask to inform the Ministry by January 7, 2015.

Additionally we would like to inform that due to the fact that the information on the children is provided simultaneously to Central Authorities and Accredited Bodies of several countries, additional information on the child or children will be provided after January 7, 2015 to the institution representing the family or individual who will be able to submit their adopters’ file sooner than other families if there are several families showing interest on the same child or children.

 

 

 

Deputy State Secretary                                                                                      I.Alliks

 

 

 

 

Bočkāne 67021619

beate.bockane@lm.gov.lv

Sergejeva 67021619

kristine.sergejeva@lm.gov.lv