Find My Family: Poppy

June 18, 2014 by nohandsbutours cerebral palsy, Children Who Wait, epilepsy, girls, WACAP 2 Comments

Meet Poppy who was born September of 2003. She is an extroverted, active girl who gets along well with other children. She shares her food and toys with other kids, and adapts well to new people and situations. Poppy has mild CP which affects her right hand but she can use her left hand to eat with a spoon, undress, and wash her face. Her gross motor skills are not affected, she can walk, run, jump, and go up and down stairs without help. She lives with a foster family, she often helps her foster mother with chores like drying clothes in the sun or cleaning the floor. She is also diagnosed with epilepsy and doctors advised taking medication.

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Could this precious little girl be yours? If you want to learn more about her contact WACAP. There is a $4000 grant available.



2 Responses to “Find My Family: Poppy”

  1. Karen Plevin says:

    Hi , just wondering if anyone has reviewed Poppy’s file and could tell me a little more about her SN. We live in a country where we have to lock a file before we look over it and I would just like to know a little more about this sweet little girl before I ask out agency to find her for us on the shared list.
    Many thanks to anyone who can help.
    Karen.

  2. Hi Karen,

    I previously advocated for Poppy when she was with WACAP. Please contact me and I would be happy to answer your questions!

    Cheers,

    Beka Carpenter
    redthreadadvocates@gmail.com

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