Weʼve raised £20 to For Hanna Lewko for treatment and rehabilitation
- Disability support
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- Funded on Saturday, 24th December 2016
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Dear friends - Ladies and Gentlemen!
I address you with a great request of financial support for the rehabilitation of my friend's daughter Hanna Lewko.
On March, 23 Hania turned 10. She was born healthy and up to two years of age she developed normally. Health problems appeared suddenly.
From December 2008 she suffers from a rare disease (in Europe practically unprecedented) -MOYAMOYA, causing narrowing of the arteries supplying blood to the brain (Hanna's arteries are narrowed at the place they enter the skull).
Hanna has got two brain ischemic strokes in a month - in both hemispheres - which resulted in serious brain damage and now our daughter has the paresis of all limbs, does not speak, and does not eat by herself.
On May 5, 2009, in Lublin, Hania had surgery, aiming to produce blood vessels that provide blood flow to the brain.
Hania requires constant care and rehabilitation. Every day the parents do exercises with Hanna at home, as well as they use a therapy in the rehabilitation clinic, but to be effective rehabilitation frequent trips to medical facilities are needed.
Unfortunately, they financial situation does not allow them to organize all the treatments that Hania needs. Due to the need for constant care of Hanna, they cannot work both at the time. They are forced to use welfare benefits, but these means are insufficient.
Hence my appeal to you and the huge request for any financial help.
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