THEY NEED HELP

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Abidadara Chinitsirenov
5 years
Ulan-Ude
Required: 150 000 rub
Lera Loseva
14 years
Ulan-Ude
Required: 100 000 rub
Kristina Perevalova
3 years
Ulan-Ude
Required: 60 000 rub
Kristina was born a very weak and ailing child. At 8 months the girl was declared disabled. Being almost 4 years of age the child does not walk or stand or sit and talk. Kristina’s joints suffer a lot due to lack of motor activity, there appear contractures. To prevent surgical intervention the child must wear fixing orthoses on her ankle and wrist joints.
Liliya Rozhneva
14 years
Moscow
Required: 45 000 rub


YOUR HELPED
Demid Korolev
The boy has difficulties unbending his both hands due to the deformity of the right wrist joint. Due to the contractures of the joints Demid cannot perform push-ups or bridging, clap his hands; the fingers of both hands are often in a bent condition. To preserve the joints in the functioning condition the orthopedist recommended the boy to wear special orthoses on both hands.
Last news
28.06.2017
Lera is 14. She lives in the city of Ulan-Ude with her mother. Lera is a disabled child; she has severe ICP. The girl was born from a hard pregnancy and at the age of 4 months she already underwent neurosurgery. Now Lera does not walk or talk, does not sit independently, cannot take objects. Different rehabilitation courses provided just some insignificant positive dynamics in Lera’s condition: some crawling movement upon her stomach have appeared and she can hold an object in her hands for some short time.
27.06.2017
We were addressed by the mother of the girl named Kristina asking for help to buy orthoses. Kristina lives with her parents in the city of Ulan-Ude. Being almost 4 years of age the child does not walk or stand or sit and talk. Due to her mother’s difficult pregnancy Kristina was born a very weak and ailing child. At 8 months the girl was declared disabled. Kristina’s life is ever-lasting examinations, rehabilitation and administration of different medications.
12.06.2017
We have started fundraising for Liliya from Moscow. At the age of 18 months Lilya was diagnosed with ICP. The girl does not walk or even sit up herself.
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