In Ukraine, parents of children with special needs are encouraged to hand their children over to state care. They are told their children are a burden on society. Children are sent to institutions where they are subjected to abuse and neglect. There is minimal support available to parents who fight to keep their children with them. Maya's Hope wants to help relieve some of the burden on these amazing parents and assist in keeping children with their families, where they belong.
"I want to tell you a little the story of our hero. Our Yaroslavushka was born on January 1, 2018. Nothing boded trouble, if not for the negligence of the doctors. The doctors knew about our Rh-conflict! On the second day after birth, we developed jaundice and respiratory arrest (he needed to be connected to a ventilator), after 10 days we were transferred to the neonatal pathology department. There Yaroslav was pulled out of the afterlife, but the consequences turned out to be deplorable for us. At 9 months old we were diagnosed with cerebral palsy, double hemiplegia with delay in all types of development, ensorineural hearing loss of the 4th degree.
From March he has been on a gluten-free, casein-free diet. Yaroslav is a cheerful, smiling little boy, and despite his small age he is a "FIGHTER"! , "CHAMPION "
Yaroslav is in need for formula and diapers, can you help?