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Updated October 21 – Grayson – Available until Dec 15, 2022

Grayson

Grayson is a 6 YO boy diagnosed with Ashtma and CP. He is making improvements in his balance and is able to stand up on his own without support. He can walk a short distance as well. To learn more, text us at 704 527 7673.

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Boy, Age: 6

Region: Eastern Europe

Primary Diagnosis: Severe mental disability; Cerebral palsy; Asthma

Gayson is a 6 years old boy who leaves in a Group home in Eastern Europe.

He was diagnosed with severe mental disability, Cerebral palsy and Asthma for which he took medicines and received care from different specialist.

Grayson stands up on his own, even without support. Walks on its own for short distances but is unsteady. Picks up toys of different sizes and shapes by himself and transfers them from one hand to the other or hands them to a person nearby. Recognizes different types of toys and uses them as intended. He is trying to manipulate with scissors and a pencil, recently he has been successful, he is learning to cut along a line. He tries to draw and manages to keep his attention on this activity for a long time. He likes to have other children around him.

Grayson shows interest in what is going on around him. He understands simple instructions requiring 2-3 steps given to him. His vocabulary is increasing with every passing week – he understands most of what is asked of him, but has difficulty pronouncing the words. The child’s speech development is at the level of pronouncing random sound combinations and syllables. He tries to say the words “grandma”, “mom” and “come”.

Grayson is emotional and sociable. He recognizes the voice of a familiar person, he himself seeks contact with the people around him. Shows interest in musical toys and toys that make different sounds. He is calm and smiley most of the time. Grayson seeks contact with other children in the group. Shows interest in various activities. Imitates the actions of older children.

Grayson needs a loving family to love him, to take care about him and to make his life much better then it is in the Group home.

Updated October 21 – Paul – Available until Dec 15, 2022

Paul

Paul is 7 who was raised by his family until 2016. He has delays. He is calm and pleasant. He walks and runs and climbs stairs. (S) Text us at 704 527 7673.

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Paul is 7 years old boy, who was raised by his  birth family unti 2016. He was abandoned and in 2016 and was placed in the Baby Home for orphans in Eastern Europe.

 

Paul is a boy born full-term, with normal physical and motor development. He has been experiencing moderate mental disability and behavioral disorders. Early infantile autism is being discussed, but there is no evidence of a diagnosis in this regard.

 

Paul is a calm and pleasant child. He is physically very well developed – walks and run by him self, climb stairs an trees and has a sense of self-preservation.

 

The child expresses his joy by erratically clapping his hands and by making noises. When he is very close to the caregiver, who has lifted him up to the level of her face he takes note of her – he laughs and slaps her with his hand to express his joy and in order to study her face.

Updated October 14 – Brian – Available until Nov 16, 2022

Brian

Brian is a 5-year-old child. He comes from a large family. After birth, the child is raised in a family environment. Due to problems in his health, he was hospitalized several times. After, the mother expresses her wish to have the child placed in a specialized institution. (I) Text us at 704 527 7673.

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General physical development: The physical condition of the child does not correspond to the calendar age. Growth retardation is observed.

Somatic status (body configuration and state of health)

Brian’s current diagnosis is “Moderate Mental disability” and General Disease “Moderate Mental disability, Congenital Megaureter Bilateral”. Has EP of TELK with No. 3821/01, 10.2020 92% with foreign aid.

Motors: Brian lags behind in all psycho motor indicators. Psychomotor calm, Muscle tone of the lower limbs – weak. There are active and passive movements available in reduced volume. Moves by crawling. He can hold his head straight in a sitting position. Often makes stereotypical hand movements. Does not assist with adult care when taking off/putting on shoes, washing, wiping with a towel, etc. subtle: Violations are observed in fine motor skills. The child has difficulty in activities requiring precision of movements. He is able to catch various objects, which he then immediately throws.

Psychological status: There are disorders and disability in terms of overall cognitive development – memory, thinking, perception, imagination and attention – beyond the age norm. Intelligence is at the level of moderate mental disability. Perceptions are directly dependent on practical actions with objects and are poorly developed. The little personal emotional experience and cognitive deficits are the cause of the inadequacy of the child’s ideas. Attention is involuntary and poorly switchable. Lack of joint attention skills. It is slow to adapt to side irritants and they affect concentration. Brian is motor active, moves in space by crawling. Autoaggression reactions are observed.

Perceptions and representations: He has no real ideas about himself and his surroundings. His perceptions are severely limited. At this stage, the child does not have developed ideas and knowledge about the basic concepts.

Attention: Unsustainable attention, at times tense when working in a structured environment and shows impatience.

Memory: A serious delay in the development of memory.

Thinking:Visually – figuratively.

Imagination: Underdeveloped.

Intelligence: At the level of moderate mental disability. Responds to his name with a smile, to sounds and noise. Follows the movement of people and objects in the room with his eyes, but does not react behaviorally.

Emotional development:  Brian does not speak and does not understand much of the speech. It does not use speech as a means of communication, nor does it use alternative forms of such. The unfamiliar environment is not threatening to the child. The emotional tone is positive, it does not show reactions of irritability or aggression towards others. There is autostimulation through self-injury. There are no established skills for formal and informal communication. Does not understand or follow simple verbal instructions related to activities of daily living. At the moment, the child uses a complex of social services at the “Rainbow” DCSMU at KSUDV-Yambol, where a teacher, a speech therapist and a psychologist work with him.

Language-Speech skills and communication: Brian is severely behind in his speech development. Language-speech skills are lacking and impressive speech is not developed. Speech and vocalizations are slurred on the face. Does not understand or follow simple commands. 6. Personal development (self-esteem; character traits; interests):

The child has no personal self-esteem and a real self-image.

Most of the time, the child is energetic and physically active. It is difficult to stay in one place, constantly moving and absorbing space.

Updated Aug 23, 22 – Vick – Available until Oct 15, 2022

Vick

Vick is 2. He already eats with a spoon, and plays with toys. He works with a physiotherapist who sees no reason why Vick won't start walking by himslef soon! He needs the committment of a loving adoptve parent tohelp him! (S) 704 527 7673 Call or Text for more.

Updated Aug 23, 22 – Cattleya – Available until Oct 15, 2022

Cattleya

She is 3. Hydrocephalus after shunt. Delays. Strabismus. Made alot of progress last year. Specialists believe she will start walking soon. (S) Text 704 527 7673 for more.

Updated August 12 – Tanya – Available until Sept 15, 2022

Tanya

Tanya (N) is 1.5. Shows a pre-requisite for microcephaly. With new medical treatment, she has improved quite a bit on her physical development. To learn more, text us at 704 527 7673.

 

Updated Aug 26, 22 – Avram – Available until Oct 15, 2022

Avram

Avram is 4. He stands up on his own and stands on his feet when in his crib. He can get out of bed by himself. (M) Click below to read more. For additional medical and videos, call or text 704 527 7673.

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QUESTIONS FOR CLARIFICATION ABOUT THE CHILD:

  1. On what date was she accommodated in HMSCC – January 2019
  2. Diseases or complications of the child’s condition in the period after June 2022 /date of the last Medical certificate- NO
  3. New consultations after June 2022 conclusions: NO
  4. Hospitalizations after June 2022 – where, dates, diagnoses: NO
  5. New immunizations: NO
  6. Recent blood and urine tests: NO
  7. Is there a change in the motor development of the child, if so, what is it:

Can he walk with someone else’s help and alone –  NO The child cannot walk independently. He moves by pushing when placed in a walker. Stands up on his own and stands on his feet when in his crib. He can get out of bed by himself. The child does not occupy an independent seat.

Does he play with toys, how – Avram likes musical toys. He manages to hold them in his left hand and manipulate them.

  1. Speech –

– Does he pronounce combinations of sounds – random sounds

– Does he pronounce syllables – does she make meaningful combinations of syllables? – pronounces combinations of syllables, but does not make sense in them; 

– Does he say words like “mom”, “grandma”, “aunt”, “poop”, etc., does it make sense in them? / “yes”, “no”, “give”? – sometimes

– can he imitate syllables and words or the sounds that animals make “meow”, “baw”, “pa-pa”, etc. – NO

  1. Therapies – speech therapist, occupational therapy, physical therapy? – The child has daily therapy with a kinesitherapist and pedagogue. He is followed by a neurosurgeon.

  1. Psychological status at the moment, emotional development:

– Is he responsible when she is called by name? – Yes, when he hears a familiar voice.

– What instructions does he follow? – He takes a toy handed to him, throws a ball, wants to hold everything by himself

– Is there a person from the staff of the center to whom she is especially attached? – He is attached to 2-3 of the educators

– Did he quickly adapt to the new situation? – YES

“Does he like to be carried?” Does he let them hug her? When he is upset, how do they calm her down? – He likes to be carried in arms and hugged. 

  1. Nutrition?

– Is he learning to drink from a glass?– He drinks from a glass. 

– Does he eat only pureed food? Yes, he eats pureed common food. 5 times a day.

– Is he trying to feed herself – YES

  1. Daily habits, daily routine – do you sleep during the day? Is she sleeping well or is her sleep restless? Does she cry when she is put to sleep? Are they teaching her to use a potty? Does she like to be bathed?

Avram does not take an afternoon nap, he eats everything. He is very stubborn and when he decides that he wants to pick up an object, no matter how heavy and large, he does his best.

The child actively uses his left hand.

He still uses a diaper, potty several times a day.

His sleep at night is peaceful.

  1. Personal impressions: The child spends a large part of the time in his bed. He gets out of there for meals and general activities with the other children when he is put in a walker. In my opinion, the child needs active work with an occupational therapist, physical therapy and individual work to stimulate his speech skills.

It is in the child’s best interest to be adopted as soon as possible and to receive all the individual care and attention he needs for his development.

Updated Aug 26, 22 – Rey – Available until Oct 15, 2022

Rey

Rey is 6. He is a cheeful guy. Loves to make new friends. Click below for more. (L) Text 704 527 7673 for more info.

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    • Somatic state (body configuration and state of health):

    During the last six months there is no data of the child to have suffered from virus diseases or to have suffered incidents. Rey usually passes through an illnesses because he refuses to take any kind of medications. The only chance for him to take a medication is in the hospital with infusions. He had a bronchial asthma, but with the time it has subsided. He had Varicella in March 2020. At the present moment his condition is stable. He doesn’t have any chronic diseases. His physical development is delayed according to his calendar age. He had suffered from Covid-19 in March 2022. He went through it relatively easily.

    • Motor development:

    At the present moment there is observed motor delay that is behind the norm with the child. It corresponds to a child on the age of 3,5-4 years old. He tries new activities carefully, he is curious. He catches, touches and sometimes smells the objects that he sees around him. He tries to jump. He has difficulties with climbing and going down on stairs – he walks on them stair by stair and leading is one of the legs. He seeks support around him to feel more confident. He establishes short eye contact. There is observed a period of time when he is able to perform a set task or to answer a question. There are moments when he plays independently. He has delay in relation to the spatial orientation of the norm for his age.

    Fine motor skills: There is observed delay in the fine motor skills. The child is able to catch and squeeze objects, toys. He can’t hold correctly pen or pencil. He knows the letters and the numbers, he names them in English and in Bulgarian. He knows the fruits and the vegetables and names them. He has developed passive vocabulary for all objects and names them. He also names the animals. He makes attempts to color in an outline, but he has difficulties. For him it’s easier to scribble and usually he does it in the shape of a circles, holding two pens in both of his hands. He is trying to do puzzles from 16 parts. He can hold a spoon and a fork, also a cup and to drink correctly. He eats independently – often just using his hands. He can undress himself, but he has difficulties with dressing himself and putting his shoes on.

    1. Psychological state:
      • Perceptions and ideas: Rey knows and distinguishes the colors, he names them always clearly and knows them in English. He can say the numbers up to 10 in English and Bulgarian. He knows the Bulgarian and English alphabet.
      • Attention: The attention is unstable. There are moments when he does something for short time – playing with a constructor, building a house. He decides when to stop with the game.
      • Memory: mechanical memory
      • Thinking: visual-active. He can count, to add single digit numbers and single digit with double digit numbers. Counting calms him down. He doesn’t show interest in books.
      • Imagination: there is missing recreational imagination. He enters in roles in the game, he imitates dolls and situations. He names and imitates also animals.
      • Intelligence: There is delay from the norm for his age.
      • Spatial and time orientation: He has established ideas of spatial orientation. For time relationships still doesn’t have ideas.
    2. Emotional development (prevailing emotional states, level of anxiety; depression; aggressiveness): He is very emotional. Sometimes he is more agitated. With moderate level of anxiety. He establishes eye contact. There is observed delay in his cognitive development for his age. Indications for autism. There is an emotional bonding between the child and the foster parent. He likes to walk barefooted and this is how he gets to know the environment – it is observed that he has stronger sense of the feet then the hands.
    3. Speech development and sociability (communication skills and dialogue skills, expression of feelings when interacting, use of non-verbal means when interacting):

    The child has developed passive vocabulary. The speech is not clear when he says certain words. He doesn’t know all the animals. He likes small animals. At the present moment he makes two simple sentences from 2 words. He has some vocabulary with English words. He learns quickly poems that somebody reads to him.

    1. Personal development (self-assessment; characteristic features; interests):

    Rey doesn’t have formed self-image. He used to be scared of the mirror before, but now he looks himself in the mirror. He tends to interact with adults. He is not distant with an unknown person, but he lets the person “into his world” when he decides to. He doesn’t go to preschool at the present moment since March 2022 when he had suffered from Covid-19.

    1. Orientation in human relationships (with peers; with adults): From the observation made for the child and the foster parent it wasn’t found any kind of problematics. The foster parent tries to incorporate the child to her and to the society.
    2. Play (play skills, preferences to play on his/her own or with peers, involvement in role-playing games and in symbolic play): Rey tries to play symbolic or story games alone or with peers, adults. He plays independently with stuffed toys, constructors, Lego. He loves to build houses. He plays with other children. He is very musical and tries to imitate melodies. He catches and throws a ball with both hands. He rides a balance bike.
    3. Education (knowledge, skills and competence of the child/the school boy/girl); preferred subjects and activities at school; difficulties in the educational process): He is enrolled in a preschool. He has stopped going for two months during the summer break and after that he went back. He has stopped going since March 2022.
    4. Every day habits and hygienic habits /skills to take care of himself/herself (including sleep, eating, etc.): Rey tries to eat by himself. He usually smells first the food before eating it. He has periods when he choses what to eat, like there was a period of time when he wanted to eat only red food. He tries to dress himself independently, but still needs assistance with that. He has removed the diaper by himself at the age of 5 years and 4 months and at the present moment he has good self-regulation. He goes by himself to the restroom. He needs assistance with the shoes and with the bath time.
    5. Attitude towards the adoption process: He doesn’t understand the concept due to the deficits that he has.

    Updated Aug 26, 22 – Sunny – Available until Oct 15, 2022

    Sunny

    Sunny is born in July 2021. Delayed in motor skills. He is able to hold his head up when picked up. He rolls over to his tummy and on his back. He has stable support in his legs. (V) For more, text us at 704 527 7673.

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    1. Place where the child is being raised: center for placement for children and youths with disabilities
    2. General physical development
    • Somatic state (body configuration and state of health):
    • Motor development:
      • He is delayed in the development of his motor skills. Sunny is with weak motor activity, he is able to hold up his head, when picked up, to roll over is tummy and roll over his back and he already has stable support in his legs. He is trying to sit and he makes small attempts to crawl. He is being placed in a walker but he still does not move with it but he sits and plays with the toys which are on it.
    1. Psychological state:
      • Perceptions and notions: limited
      • Attention: unstable
      • Memory: it cannot be evaluated.
      • Thinking: limited.
      • Imagination: not developed.
      • Intellect:
      • Orientation in space and time: not developed.
    2. Emotional development (prevailing emotional states, level of anxiety; depression; aggressiveness): The emotional development of the child does not correspond to his calendar age and it is below for his age. The emotional development is also delayed. The child demonstrates sensitivity towards specific stimulation from the outside world and towards some changes in his personal status/ He demonstrates irritation when feeling discomfort. He does not demonstrate preferences towards specific people or toys. The individual communication with the child calms him down – caresses, hugs, listening to peaceful music, gentle speech. There is no aggressive or auto-aggressive behavior. The anxiety level is low.
    3. Speech development and sociability (communication skills and dialogue skills, expression of feelings when interacting, use of non-verbal means when interacting): All nervous processes are not regulated and they are going uncoordinated. The child trembles and listens in a loud sound and follows with eyes people and objects which are moving. He makes difference in the tone with which somebody speaks to him and he pronounces undefined sounds. When somebody talks to him, the child smiles or he laughs with voice.
    4. Personal development (self-assessment; characteristic features; interests): At this moment of his development the child does not have personal speficis and interests.
    5. Orientation in human relationships (with peers; with adults): The caregiver reacts adequately when the child needs comfort and consolation, while hugging him, caressing him and talking him gently. There is direct physical and emotional contact with the child with more smiles, hugs, caresses in order the child to feel closeness and to build sense of safeness and trust.
    6. Play (play skills, preferences to play on his/her own or with peers, involvement in role-playing games and in symbolic play): The child has access to variety of toys to play with, which are adequate for his age – rattles, rubber toys and toys with lights and sounds. The child manages to spend more time on object, placed in his hand or to take an object, which is close to him.
    7. Education (knowledge, skills and competence of the child/the school boy/girl); preferred subjects and activities at school; difficulties in the educational process): The child is not in a school age.
    8. Every day habits and hygienic habits /skills to take care of himself/herself (including sleep, eating, etc.): The child does not have self-serving skills, he relies on his caregivers.
    9. Attitude towards the adoption process: The child is of young age and is unable to express an opinion about the adoption process.

    Updated March 23, 22 – Jared – Available until June 15 – *Grant Available*

    Waiting Child Jared

    Jared is 4. Jared is a bright little boy, smiling all the time. He is a very emotional kid. He handles his toys and likes to play with them. He eats well, despite feeding with N-tube through the nose. SN include: Neuro Mental Delay, Cerebral Laukomalacia. To learn more, please contact us. Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated March 23, 22 – Ethan – Available until June 15 – *Grant Available*

    Waiting Child Ethan

    Ethan is 6. He cannot walk yet, but he sits, crawls and his motor skill ds are improving. He stands up on his own, and moves short distances. Ethan is well developed for his age mentally! He is a cheerful and peaceful child. He likes the other children. To learn about his needs, please contact us. es long sound combinations. . Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated March 23, 22 – Austin – Available until June 15 – *Grant Available*

    Waiting Child Austin

    Austin is 9. He has CP and need specific care. He walks by himself and takes steps with support. He has a calm personality. He likes to spend time in the playroom. When somebody pays attention to him, he laughs loudly. To learn more about him: Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated March 23, 22 – Emiliano – Available until June 15 – *Grant Available*

    Emiliano

    More info on Emiliano coming soon! Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated April 19, 22 -Adem – Available until May 15

    Adem

    Adem is 6. He stands up on his own. Climbs on chairs and sofas. He is emotionally responsive to peers in his group and staff. His childhood dream is to ride ina plane and see the sea. He enjoyes being around his caregivers. Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated April 19, 22 – Jully – Available until June 15

    Jully

    Meet Jully. He is 5. He is visibly younger than his calendar age. Lags behind in physical and nervouse mental development. He needs love, attention and resources form a committed parent to help him catch up. Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    In Process of Adoption

    Bozney

    Bozney 1.5. His mom gave birth to him at 14. No active movement of his legs at this time, but he turns from his belly to his back. He is making improvments. He is a fighter! He needs someone to help him fight the rough start to his life. Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated May 3 – Bobo – Available until June 15

    Bobo

    Bobo is 11. He has good physical and intellectual development, requiring no special care. He wants to be adopted. Text | 704 527 7673; nick@saintmaryadoption.com

    Updated April 19, 22 – Simon – Available until June 16

    Simon

    Simon is in the 5th grade. He does well in school and enjoys going to school and seeing his friends there. He likes positive incentives, as oppoed to "sanctions".

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    In Process of Adoption

    Waiting Child Dana

    Dana just turned 4 in Feb. She has a cheerful personality and likes to smile and laugh when people pay attention her. She lags behind in some areas, including physical development. Contact us for more info. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Feb 18, 22 – Ivy – Available until April 17

    Ivy

    Ivy is 5. She has made a lot of progress lately and has started to walk by herself. She has some delays adn needs for which she needs parents to commit to her and help her overcome.

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    Updated Feb 21, 22 – Matthew – Available until May 15

    Matthew

    Matthew is 5. He has some physical delays and was diagnosed with CP. He is making good progress and can walk independently. His motor skills are improving. His needs parents' love and resouces to help him.

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    Updated Feb 1, 22 – Bobby- Available until March 15, 2022.

    Waiting Child Bobby

    Ben is 4. He sits by himself in the crib. He enjoyes contact with adults. He makes eye contact and smiles. He has some needs for which he will need the commitment and love of an adoptive parent. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Feb 1, 22 -Gianna – Available until March 15

    Waiting Child Gianna

    Giana is 5. She was born with some complications and had to recover from Hepatitus caused by CMV. She wasks with support and a walker. She loves to play w her friends and is always smiling! She needs the love of an adoptive parent. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Feb 1, 22 – Vick – Available until March 15

    Waiting Child Vick

    Vick is 2. He already eats with a spoon, and plays with toys. He works with a physiotherapist who sees no reason why Vick won't start walking by himslef soon! He needs the committment of a loving adoptve parent tohelp him! A grant is avialable.

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    Updated Feb 2, 22 – Anelia – Available until March 15 – *Grant Available*

    Anelia

    Anelia is 5. She is behind on her development and her calendar age. She loves to play wiht music toys. She is able to stand for a while in her wlaker. She needs the loving attention of adotpive parents to herlp her progress. Grant is available. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Feb 21, 22 – Paul – Available until May 15 – *Grant Available*

    Paul

    Paul is 5. He has some needs including a mental delay and some behavioral issues. His motor skills are well developed. He walks independently and likes to climb up and down stairs. He would benefit from having a stable, loving home. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Feb 21, 22 – Mae – Available until May 15

    Mae

    Mae is 5. Mae has a sweet, loving personality. She has some delays and behavior issues. SHe is currently in a foster home. She was with her bio family until 2020. She needs the stability of a loving adoptive parent to help her overcome someof theses difficulties. Text | 704 527 7673

    Updated Jan 18, 22 -Leo – Available until Feb 15 – *Grant Available*

    Waiting Child Leo

    Leo is 4. He is adorable with a charming smile. He is diagnosed with CP. He is making improvments on is walking. Emotionally, he is also improving and loves listening to music. No one has visited him since he was placed in the orphanage. Text | 704 527 7673

    In process of adoption

    In process of adoption together with his brother.

    Updated Jan 18, 22 – Greg – Available until Feb 15

    Waiting Child Greg

    Greg is 12. He was abandoned after the divorce of his family. He is physically well developed for his age and has some mild delays. He is neat and very clean. He likes to eat different things and loves naps. Text | 704 527 7673

    Disclaimer:

     

    The Waiting Children you see listed above may no longer be available for adoption.  Because, there are numerous agencies advocating  for them at the same time, any child who is currently listed may become unavailable at any time.   If you are interested in any particular child, we will find out if the child is still available before we start any paperwork with you.

    In accordance with US regulations, our agency promises to inform the Bulgarian MOJ if we become aware that a family with a completed home study may be interested in adopting any “waiting child” for whom our agency has already submitted an “MOJ Application”.  The reason for this is that the Ministry, upon its sole discretion, may decide that it is in the best interest of the child to be matched with a family who has a completed home study.

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