On behalf of my brother Christian Camaddo, we are asking for your help so that my brother can have a CT Scan for us to be able to know his illness.
When he was young, my parents brought him to different in Manila to ask for help from any foundation but he did not get a full support because the money they collected through solicitation and in kind is enough to buy him vitamins and do some test on him. Starting then, my parents stopped to ask for help because of struggling financially and that we do not have enough fund to bring him to a hospital for proper treatment.
Christian is 17 years old and we can observe that he is struggling mentally because when he was just born water was dehydrated from his head and was diagnosed by his doctor with Hydrocephalus Hemorrhage, however, we are still unsure about his illness until now. Later on, as he grew older, his head did not swell but he often poked it anywhere during the times when the pain triggers. He always had a convulsion then when he is about 6-7 years old and was always rushed in the hospital, however, we don't have enough money for his medication to make him better. He is often naked and didn't want to get dressed because maybe his whole body felt hot and often sleeps at around 2-4 in the morning. Also, we cannot know about how he is feeling because he cannot tell us but only knows to talk when he is hungry and happy. To avail a CT Scan is our only option to know his illness and how we can deal with his situation.
Right now my brother stays at home and for almost 10 years, he did not get a proper treatment. He is also supported by the PWD Assistance of the DSWD but the money is not enough for his hospitalizations because it is used to buy him milk and vitamins.
On behalf of my family, I am knocking at your hearts to please help my brother get a CT Scan and medication so that we can know about his true condition and how he is feeling. We cannot afford to bring him to a hospital that can cater his needs because life is also difficult for us now that we are orphaned by our father. Whatever amount you can share with us is a "big" big blessing for my brother.