Hope and joy was shining through in our November “In the Moment” photos … just in time for the holidays! We invite you to take a glance at those you may have missed, or a second peek at those you’ve already enjoyed.
3. In just 3-4 days’ time, numbness and tingling went to complete paralysis for Pheinix Eitle. A diagnosis of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) has been tough for his family, but our Director & Chief of Public Safety Jerome Klue has been in their shoes.
5. An umbilical cord injury at birth resulting in cerebral palsy has left Colton with a daily fight. The brave 2 year old just started sitting independently and walking thanks to extra motivation from his faithful furry friends, Daisy and Rosie.
8. 17-year-old Brooke Vipperman had a “super” idea for her senior project with other students at Willard High School: cut capes for hospitalized children. She brought 21 capes they sewed and presented to Debby Rowland, the founder of Kids Capes of Courage who outfits many of our patients.