Why do we do our work? Look at the faces of these kids, you'll understand. We want to share with you some stories of our little heroes.
This beautiful girl on the photo is Sabina. She is 11 years old. At first glance, she is an ordinary child: she loves cartoons, sweets and fluffy cats. However, in early childhood the baby was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and epilepsy. The seizures have not botherd her for a year already, thanks to the right medicine. But the work continues to overcome the consequences of cerebral palsy.
For more than two years, our Foundation has been helping Sabina to pass regular rehabilitation courses, purchasing the necessary technical means. For example, now we buy a special wheelchair for the girl so she can walk. Sabina does not move by herself, but she loves to walk, to go in parks, to chat with other children. Her benevolence does not leave anyone different. She easily makes friends. Sabina is a sociable girl, although she does not speak. Doctors still can not understand the reason, no brain damage was found.
A few years ago, the family was forced to move from another country, so precious time was wasted. So now her mother is trying to catch up. Sabina is engaged in music, dancing, drawing classes, attending massage courses, exercise therapy, passes regular comprehensive rehabilitation and gets medical treatment. The results are already there, although there is still a lot of work ahead. The tremor of the legs wakens, the girl takes a brush and pencils in her hands, she walks with joy, holding on to one hand.
Sabina is the only child in the family, she had no one except of her mother. "Doctors give good predictions. I believe that one day my daughter will be walking by herself and talking to me", says the girl's mother with hope.