Sasha dreams of getting up from a wheelchair
Sasha dreams of getting up from a wheelchair
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Sasha dreams of getting up from a wheelchair

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Started: 22.12.2017
Lugansk
Completed
Totally raised
12500.0 UAH
Funded
100%
Needs
12500.00 UAH
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Her blue like sky eyes and charming smile - are from her mother. Her nose, ears and purposeful look - from her father. Alexandra is the second child in the family, 18 years younger than her sibling! The child which was born from heart. The baby was born on the 33rd week with high rates of antibodies and billirubin. She underwent two blood transfusions and intensive care. After several weeks she was released home as totally healthy. When Sasha was 6 month old the convulsive syndrome appeared. And going from hospital to hospital started.

The words of private neurologist were like thunder: 'I don't know why other doctors are not telling you this, but you need to know. You daughter is on the way to have cerebral palsy' At one year old baby couldn't sit, crawl, hold toys, sleep on her side... And local neurologist, probably being not aware that words can hurt, call Sasha 'a plant'. Despite everything, due to love and stubbornness of parents, with the help of rehabiilitogists and people who care, after more than 40 courses of rehabilitation and working hard everyday, Alexandra achieved amazing results. Now girl has developed mind. She is very friendly, joyful, with a good sense of humor little person, and attracting others with this. Sasha is studying in the second grade with other kids. She can't write, but performing all the tasks on the tablet. She is good in math, likes nature, english and computer science. She is happy to have friends, who treat her with care. But Sasha's hands and legs are not working good, and her speech is not always understandable, and her first steps are ahead. To master new skills and keep the progress she has, Sasha needs constant rehabilitation. Fight with cerebral palsy - is like long distance run, when you started and has no right to stop. Despite how much it is hard - only forward. Or everything will be in vain. And this should not happened.
Sasha's parents are begging: 'We are turning to you for help and believe in your support! Please, help Sasha to walk. So that she will run, play, talk, laugh together with others. So that she will never feel herself lonely or underprivileged. Time is our enemy! She runs away... The older child became, less chances for healing we have! We, parents, can't raise needed amount by ourselves. You are our hope for the miracle, that soon Sasha will walk by herself! We are dreaming so much about that!'

 

Name: Ryabushenko Oleksandra, 26.10.2009.

City: Lugansk

Diagnosis: cerebral palsy, spastic tetraparesis, and the form of hyperkinesia.

ID: 3660
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01.01.2018 14:17
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01.01.2018 14:03
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01.01.2018 12:56
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31.12.2017 21:50
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31.12.2017 20:20
509.16 UAH
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