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Never a day goes by but Darius amazes with his progress

Darius working on reading

Ever smiling Young Darius, despite his degenerative muscle atrophy condition continues to delight the care team around him with the progress he makes each day. Since he started kindergarten, his repertoire has been enhanced by a host of new songs and poems that he likes to recite whenever he can, as he is very proud of his achievements and his care  team  just can’t hide how pleased they are.

Moreover, following his busy therapy sessions with the centre’s psychologist, Darius has learned  to count in Romania and fluently in  English, he can now identifies various colours, initiates conversations with adults and peers and, to our surprise, he even started to draw lines using a pattern. Everyone at St Margaret’s wish him well and are anxiously await  the moment when he  proudly present  his first drawings. Paint the just a little sky brighter for us little man! You are just amazing!

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