Prepare for the future project expenses and get everything needed.
The day we were told that Isabella
The day we were told that Isabella had been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, the doctors pointed to a picture of a wheelchair on a chart to show us where she would likely end up. I instinctively said out loud, “That’s not going to happen to my daughter.”
We immediately decided that we had to do whatever it takes to make sure that Isabella lives her life to the fullest.
Today, Isabella dreams of being able to walk on her own. For now, that dream that seems possible, but far away. It is a dream that inspires us and we are using every resource available to see her dream come true.
Whether Isabella ends up walking by herself or not, we want her to be as independent as possible and be able to pursue a happy, pain-free life and contribute to the world on her own terms.