ERNEST IS EXHAUSTED FROM THE CONSTANT STRUGGLE FOR LIFE! PLEASE GIVE HIM A HEALTHY CHILDHOOD!
Little Ernest spent the first days of his life in intensive care. The boy was less than a year old when doctors diagnosed him with hemiparesis. The parents tried their best to put their son on his feet. And the result was: Ernest sat down, learned to speak, even walked a little with support.
But here the family faced a new test — the child began to suffocate. Numerous rehabilitations, visits to doctors, even operations did not help to establish the cause. One day Ernest became very ill. Immediately after rehabilitation he was taken to the operating room. After the intervention, the boy did not wake up for 5 hours. According to his mother, Ernest was given an overdose of anesthesia.
After that, the child lost all acquired skills. Ernest did not react to anything! He was no longer interested in toys and books. And the boy's voice disappeared completely! He even laughed and cried silently...
The parents applied to the Kyiv Institute of Orenthology. There they were told that during the last operation the boy had his vocal cords cut, which had fused into the membrane. There was a small hole left for breathing, which could be overgrown at any moment.
With a diagnosis of laryngeal membrane Svitlichny went to Israel. Ernest was operated on there, and his voice returned. It seemed that life was getting better... But a new trouble came — epilepsy.
And again, many drugs, doctors. The child was always in intensive care. After that, all acquired skills were lost.
Ernest is currently taking drugs to restrain the convicts. The boy really wants to walk and talk. During all the years of struggle, the family spent everything it had. Svitlichny is asking for rehabilitation assistance for her son. Please support Ernest!
Name: Svitlichny Ernest
Date of birth: 11.06.2014
Diagnosis: Cerebral palsy, hyperkinetic form
The purpose of the project: to raise UAH 20,000 to pay for a rehabilitation course at the 'Rostok Zhyttya' Hippotherapy Center
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