Thursday, September 11, 2014
Did you know that there are many children, of all ages, in Taiwan waiting for their forever families? There are many boys and girls, ranging in age from toddlers to young teens. There are also many sibling groups of two or more children waiting to be matched with a family. Some of the children waiting for families have special needs, but many of the school aged children are healthy. Some of the most common special needs we see are children with ADHD, Hepatitis B, exposure to drug or alcohol abuse in utero, a family history of mental illness or disabilities, or children with a difficult social history.
Gladney learns about waiting children through our two partner organizations in Taiwan, Cathwel Services and Chung Yi Social Welfare Foundation. We get thorough files on each child, including social history and medical reports, developmental checklists, photos, and very often, videos. Once families are matched with a child or children, not only will you get updated reports on their health and development, but you'll also get to have Skype sessions with your child while waiting to bring them home.
If you would like to learn more about the waiting children in Taiwan, please be in touch with Taiwan Program Caseworker, Mary Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's find these precious children the forever family they deserve!