post-institutionalized child

Definition of "post-institutionalized child"
  1. A child adopted from settings like hospitals, institutions, or orphanages who might experience emotional disturbances, developmental delays, learning disabilities, or health issues due to their prior circumstances
How to use "post-institutionalized child" in a sentence
  1. She adopted a post-institutionalized child and started providing specialized care for his health issues.
  2. After his adoption from the orphanage, the post-institutionalized child took time to adjust to his new life.
  3. Education programs must accommodate the unique needs of the post-institutionalized child to help them catch up with their peers.

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