Robbie is a delightful boy who is almost 6 years old! He is newly designated list at Hawaii International Child.
Robbie was found in a small garden near a railway station when he was a tiny baby. He has a visual impairment, and some deformities of his fingers and toes. Robbie’s doctor says cataract surgery may help, but due to the small size of the eye, they do not have the correct replacement lens. He may be a candidate for the surgery once he is adopted to the US. Robbie has had surgery on his hand, and will possibily need another procedure in the future.
Robbie lives at an amazing foster home specializing in the care of children with vision loss.
Robbie is smart, social, loving, and has quite an imagination. He has watched his friends leave Bethel with their new families, and he has been very upset by this. He is ready for his new family to come for him. Robbie will need a patient family to help him through the adjustment period. He is trying to process all the losses in his life, and will need a warm, loving, active, and supportive family.
Watch how amazing he is in these videos:
There is a $2,000 agency grant toward his adoption fees. Visit Bring Hope to Children for more information.