My name is Mrs. Larysa Martynenko , I am the mother of Anastasia (Baptism Name is Anna) Born in 1999 in Kherson region Ukraine. Diagnosis - Suffering from Childhood of Group 1, Group A, Cerebral Palsy (CP)
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a disorder of the brain. Normally, the brain tells the rest of the body exactly what to do and when to do it. Because of how CP affects the brain, a person might not be able to walk, talk, eat, or move the way most people do. CP affects a person's muscle tone and ability to coordinate body movements. People with CP have trouble controlling their muscles. How a person is affected all depends on what part of the brain is involved.
HER STORY :
Anastasia was born 11 weeks early and weighed only 2½ pounds. The doctors were surprised to see what a strong, wiggly girl she was. But when she was just a few days old, she stopped breathing and was put on a ventilator. After 24 hours she was able to breathe on her own again. The doctors did a lot of tests to find out what had happened, but they couldn’t find anything wrong. The rest of Anastasia’s time in the hospital was quiet, and after two months she was able to go home. Everyone thought she would be just fine. At home, as a mother I noticed that she was really sloppy when she drank from her bottle. As the months went by, I noticed other things she didn’t remember seeing her Late father Who died when she was 6 years. At six months, she didn’t hold her head up straight. She cried a lot and would go stiff with rage. When we went back for her six-month medical checkup, the doctor was concerned by what he saw and we noticed. He suggested that we should take the little girl to a doctor who could look closely at Anastasia’s development. We took her to a developmental specialist who finally put a name to all the little things that hadn’t seemed right with our daughter – Cerebral Palsy.
Since her father passed away, it has been a very tough and rough situation for me as her mother. I do hope the blessings of God dwell in you as you read about our only daughter who has been suffering from cerebral Palsy. Every little penny and cents will make a change. She is the only child I have. I am not wealthy and I work as a Caregiver but Since the Epidemic Corona Virus, things have become very difficult in getting most of her needs met. Raising a child with a disability disorder is very challenging socially, mentally and financially but the Lord mercy still keeps her alive. In our region it is rare to reach out for help from people because the word used for humans with CP is called INVALID.I am religious and devoted and believe that in God's favor you can be of help to me and my daughter's situation. Whatever you donate will be of a big change. Everything will be used to cover the following expenses as stated below:
1)Wheelchair 2)Home accommodations remodeling for accessibility 3)Physical therapy and General therapy 4)Treatments 5)Home attendants 6)Medications 7) Debts 8)Dispenser, Clothes. ETC.
May the Lord bless you as you help us and grand all your heart desires as you show some kind gesture.