Support Devin During Recovery
Many of you know Devin for his dynamic plays on the ultimate field or his caring commitment to his community. You may have seen him give his all to every play or reach out to support a friend or teammate from the sideline when the game was on the line.
Now it's time for our community to support Devin.
On the night of the September 26th Devin was hit by a car on his way home from a game. He was admitted to Harborview that evening with injuries to his head and body that have required several surgeries to stabilize.
He is currently in the Pediatric ICU in serious but stable condition.
Devin's road to recovery will be long and will need the love and support of his family throughout his care.
Let's make sure that the people that love him can give their all to Devin without worrying about the financial burden of taking time away from work to be here.
Devin has always given his all for his team- This is our chance to give back.
Daylin had a little birthday party in the ICU waiting room- Today she is SIX!
Devin will be in the ICU for a day or two, and barring complications, he will move to another room at Harborview soon.
I wanted to let you know that Devin's last month or so has been rocky. After a couple short stays at a nursing facility, he is now back at Harborview.
Today he heads into surgery to have a shunt placed that will help remove some fluid that has been building up in his brain. He will also undergo cranioplasty.
The neurosurgeons are hopeful that this will spur some neurological improvements.
A recent stroke and other health battles have taken a toll on Devin but Harborview has him stabilized and looking strong and responsive.
Devin has been vocalizing more and had become an expert at expressing his annoyance with the many ways he gets poked and prodded throughout the day.
He will spend several hours in surgery today. Please take a moment to send him some positive and healing thoughts this morning.
Thank you all for your continued support. Reading through the uplifting, encouraging and supportive comments helps make the difficult days a little easier.