Daniel (age 7)
Daniel tested positive for HIV when he was 7 months old. He lived with his single mother, also HIV positive, and grandparents until he was 1 year old, when he came into state care. He is described as calm, kind, always smiling, emotionally stable, and friendly with classmates and adults. Daniel is small for his age, has developmental delays and is behind in academic progress. He has some muscle weakness in his foot that slows his walking gait, and some speech delays. He hopes for a family with children, especially a brother. Daniel lives in Latin America and is available for hosting in the US for two weeks in early December. He can be adopted by a single male, single female or married couple. For more information, please contact Linda Perilstein, Executive Director of Cradle of Hope Adoption Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saray (age 10)
Saray’s birthmother left her with a friend at age 11 months and never came back. There is no information about her birthfather or other relatives. At the time of her abandonment, Saray was diagnosed as HIV positive. She receives antiretroviral medications and her viral load is reported to be undetectable. Saray has lived in an orphanage since 9/04. She is described as a smart girl with good academic motivation, who is very organized with her school work, gets good grades and enjoys science, music and art classes. Her development is age appropriate although she is small for her age. She is good at making and keeping friends, has good self-care skills, and helps around the house. Saray really wants a mother and a father. She lives in Latin America and is available for hosting in the US for two weeks in early December. For more information, please contact Linda Perilstein, Executive Director of Cradle of Hope Adoption Center at email@example.com.