Ben Zaccardi(12)-Dirt Bike Accident

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Saturday, September 15th Ben was involved in a nearly fatal dirt bike accident in Mesa, AZ. He was wearing his helmet but still suffered severe head trauma and several broken bones. He is currently at Cardon Children’s Hospital in Critical condition in the ICU. He is expected to need hospital care for 2 months. He has had multiple life saving, and reconstructive surgeries and the family is unfortunately without insurance at the time. Ben is the second of four children. Any help for the family would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for all the continued support and prayers. #benstrong
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After 4 months of very hard work and the blessing of God Ben is now home. Ben worked tirelessly at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. He regained his ability to walk talk and eat again. It was absolutely amazing to watch his personality come thru again. We would like to thank all his therapists and staff who made all his progress possible. We are forever grateful. Ben still has a long road of recovery ahead. Wednesday he will start his out-patient therapies. This will be an ongoing part of Ben’s life for the foreseeable future. As Ben settles into his new routine we ask for prayers that he is able to continue his amazing progress of recovery. And as always thank you all for your continued support. Everything you all have done has made it possible for @catzac and @zaccardibuilt to focus their time and effort on Ben. #benstrong #prayforben
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Ben’s first week at Phoenix Children’s Hospital has been epic. It’s as if he had been holding back all his progress and it burst out all in one week. Ben is talking and responding to everything. His funny personality is front and center now. He is doing therapies 6 days a week. Ben’s determination and persistence is paying off big time. Miracles are real! We are so grateful for all the prayers and support. They are working ❤️ #benstrong #prayforben
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Great News!!! Ben has been transferred to Phoenix Children’s Hospital rehab facility. He has his CSF leak is under control. Ben has made major progress with therapies. Walking with help, speaking in whispers, and even drawing. He is now ready for his next adventure. Please pray that major progress is made at PCH. We would like to say thank you to the Doctors, Nurses, Therapist and staff at Cardon’s Children’s Hospital for making all this possible. Your dedication to Ben’s recovery will never be forgotten. Thank you all for continuing to follow Ben’s story. Your love prayer and support are so important. #prayforben #benstrong
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone. We are eternally grateful for all of you. Your support has made it possible to @catzac and @zaccardibuilt to focus all their energy on Ben’s recovery. May you have a Blessed day. #benstrong #prayforben
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