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Quianna's Story

Quianna
8 years old

Visual impairment, nervous system condition

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Meet Quianna

Quianna is a happy, alert little girl who loves to be sung to and cuddled.

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Recent Updates

Quianna received new toys in her room this month, and she loves to feel the different textures with her hands and listen to the musical toys make sound. Quianna is thoughtful and meticulous in the way that she plays—making sure she understands what’s happening around her. We love to watch her mind figure out new ways to play.

Quianna is ready for summer in her sweet floral outfit. She has already spent a little time outside and she loved the warm breeze on her face. We’re excited to spend time with her doing all the things we love most about the season. Thank you for your support in helping children like Quianna make fun summer memories.

Quianna loves her time spent in preschool. She enjoys anything that makes sounds and her favorite is the keyboard. She likes to touch the keys herself, but when her teacher plays a song she lights up with a big smile. Quianna’s teacher loves to spend time with her discovering all the things that make her happiest.

Quianna is working hard in physical therapy. She loves the exercise ball, doing stretches, and clapping or drumming to music with her physical therapist. We are blessed to have the opportunity to provide this type of care for children like Quianna.

We are thrilled to announce that Quianna has recently returned to our care! She is doing well, and she is happy to be reunited with her nannies and friends.

Quianna has returned to her guardian orphanage, and we ask that you join us in praying for her transition. Quianna is a bright ray of sunshine anywhere she goes, and we love her dearly. We’re so grateful to have been able to care for her.

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