All people are a little island, and among them are especially lonely, separated from others by storms and fogs. Sometimes it takes years to find a way from the island to the archipelago. The gap between Artem Novikov and us is not difficult to bridge – ordinary hearing aids will become a bridge. For most of his 14 years, Artem has lived in a world of silence. It's time to fill this silence with sounds.
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CF "Pomogaem"Дніпропетровськ, вул. Красна, 3а
CF "Pomogaem" was founded in 2009 by volunteers who worked in the children's hospitals, helped seriously ill children, and foster parents who took care of orphans. This determined the main areas for charity of the Fund.
Nowadays, the Foundation implements charity in three areas: Health, Family and Accessability.
From 70 convulsive seizures per day and the inability to focus one's eyes – to the complete cessation of seizures, the rejection of anticonvulsant drugs, cheerful laughter and "songs": this is the way of Olenka Tanich. Epilepsy could not be defeated with the help of medicines, but under the pressure of keto-therapy, she retreated. So that the attacks do not return, you need to undergo an expensive examination and treatment twice a year in a Chernivtsi clinic.
Vanya Isaev is a man of infinitely cheerful and sociable. The 8-year-old boy eagerly absorbs knowledge: he is especially interested in robotics and entomology. This was not so at all 3 years ago: every morning began with bitter tears. 8 injections per day were given to Van so that he received vital insulin. Now the pump ensures the boy from constant injections and jumps in glucose. In order for Vanya to remain as cheerful, every month you need 8,400 UAH for supplies. Vanya was 5 years old when the doctors made a terrible diagnosis: diabetes. The most difficult question for the mother of a sick child is: "Why exactly is my son?". It is impossible to answer him, it was necessary to take a given and adapt to a new life.
There are texts that are particularly difficult to write. They usually contain the words "blasts" and "relapse." These are stories about new stages of struggle with a terrible disease, which, it would seem, is long gone. It is very painful that you have to write such a text about the two-year-old Matvii Bilyi, whom we already helped 2 years ago: the boy was given a bone marrow transplantation in Belarus. However, in May of this year, the baby had a relapse...
A family for each of us is a priceless gift, reliable support, what we protect, what inspires us. No one argues with this, as well as with the fact that children should not live in boarding schools. When it comes to the support of foster families – the majority turns away: they say, they took the children to the family – consult, because you knew what they were going for. And in the past of these children severe injuries, cruelty, and violence. To create all the conditions for the gradual healing of these wounds, parents need qualified psychological help.
Each of us needs a Home. The house, as the metaphysical basis for existence. Just the ceiling above my head. The space that protects, warms and energizes and content for great achievements in the big world. Children without a home and remaining in the street, and their mothers (and often are still children!) does the shelter "Glove". After losing big at home because of the war in the Donbas, they restore everything from scratch in a village near the Dnieper. Now there are 9 children with their mothers, the youngest 11 months and the oldest 9 years.
Clever, beautiful, athlete and simply beloved mother's girl Sofia this year will go to the first class. Mom's dream - that my daughter went to school with her legs. Between Sofia and this goal - perseverance, and work, the efforts of surgeons and rehabilitators and, of course, a lot of money to pay for the work of specialists. Because Sofia has a serious congenital disease - arthrogryposis.
Scientists are inventing new anticonvulsants, more and more people with epilepsy are taking medicines and living a normal life. Still, drugs do not help everyone. Olia Tanich suffered from epilepsy from the first days of her life. At 9 months, Olia did not know how to even focus her gaze – heavy attacks blocked development. But the tireless mother found a technique that made epilepsy retreat. To save the result, twice a year you need to be examined and adjust the treatment in the Chernivtsi clinic.
Is thirteen years much or little? What is it like to remain at this age without parental care? And if even the doctors discovered a terrible disease, on whom to rely, to whom to run for help, who will protect? Not every adult can cope with such circumstances, and Diana has been living this way not for the first year. She has been struggling for 5 years: first with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and now with his relapse. From the first days of her life, her mother left the girl, did not take part in the life of Diana, and soon she was gone. The girl has a father, but he also does not add up with parental responsibilities. Diana is engaged in volunteers and medical staff.
UPD: unfortunately, Liza died. The disease was stronger. The UBB team brings our sincere words of condolences to the girl’s family and thanks to everyone who supported Liza.
Lisa Trilenko has been struggling with a terrible disease for a year now. Lymphogranulomatosis or Hodgkin's lymphoma has crept unnoticed and does not want to let girl go. Part of the struggle is over, but there is still a long and difficult path ahead. Patience, perseverance is not all that Lisa and her family should stock up on. Still need money, a lot of money for drugs. And here Lisa can not do without our help.