Precious Seth was born October of 2010 and is listed as having a sensitive special need, and an abnormal screening. His file, which can be requested by an agency, provides clarity on this amazingly sweet little guy’s needs.
Seth is a handsome little boy with a sweet demeanor. He is described as shy but is also known to be quite extroverted when around those he is familiar with. Seth gets along well with others and his favorite activity is playing with other children. He is fond of playing with toys, especially brightly colored toys. Seth is a sweet boy with a lot of love to give! He is ready and waiting for his forever family to bring him home.
Brand new UPDATE obtained January of 2015:
Watch his adorable video here.
Seth has not had any surgeries.
His file mentions “Abnormal Denver Development Test” as a special need. The update provides clarification on this label. It in fact wasn’t the “Denver Development Screening” which was used, it was the “0-6 years old children’s neuropsychological development examination table/list.” This test had initially scored Seth slightly low, which was attributed to the fact that he was living in a welfare institute. Based in part on these test results, Seth was placed with a foster family and later retested at which time he scored much higher on this same test. It is said that his mental development is normal. It also shows his potential to thrive with the love of a family.
His favorite toys are blocks and toy guns. He is potty trained and no longer wear diapers. His favorite song is “Little Apple” which he sweetly dances to in his new video. He does not attend preschool yet; he speaks clearly and can say sentences with 8-10 words. He can point out the names of pictures in books. He understands most instructions, and can follow 3 step instructions well.
He is well attached to his foster dad. His foster family loves him very much. Those who are around him say he is a “honey-lipped sweet boy.” His updated measurements: Height: 86cm; Weight: 10kg; Foot: 13cm.
Seth is on the shared list and can be pursued by a family or single woman working with any adoption agency.
For more information please contact The NHBO Advocacy Team.