Thank you to everyone that helped make this fundraiser a success!  Your contributions were ever so greatly appreciated. Please know that we are discontinuing the GoFundMe account at this time.  If you wish to make further contributions please contact Caviness & Cates Property Management at (910) [phone redacted].

In Carter's Corner......

Carter Isaac Durham was born 8/26/13 to Mike and Kelli Durham.  Kelli is a member of our Caviness and Cates Property Management team.  Carter was unresponsive at birth and had to be fully resuscitated.  He was transferred via helicopter to Duke University Medical Center.  Formally, his primary diagnosis is Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE), which basically means brain damage due to restricted oxygen & blood flow.  Carter was hospitalized for 2 months.  The first 2 weeks were spent fighting to keep him alive; after that, the focus was trying to heal his body "from the neck down".  His team of doctors said that even if he survived and they could heal the rest of his body, they didn't know what they could do for his brain.  Since so much brain development occurs within the first few years of life, after birth, we decided we would live with that uncertainty for the time being and focus on healing him so he could go home.  One therapy that we have started with Carter is Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT).  In HBOT, a patient undergoes a series of "dives" in a hyperbaric chamber in 100% oxygen.  The oxygen floods the body and aids in healing and "waking up" tissue.  HBOT offers potential healing for a broad spectrum of health concerns with very few potential negative side effects.  In Europe, HBOT is utilized much more widely than in the United States.  In the United States, there are limited "on label" (approved) conditions that are approved for use, but many insurance companies will not cover the treatments.  Carter's insurance will not cover HBOT for his HIE diagnosis.  The HBOT treatments are $150 each, and Carter goes 5 days a week!  We have seen a number of differences in Carter since starting HBOT, and are committed to providing them for him for as long as necessary.  

We need your help to get Carter the care he deserves.  Caviness & Cates Propery Management is holding 7 events on 3 days in May to help raise money for Carter. Free food and prizes will be offered at each Apartment Community location while collecting donations for Carter.  The Go Fund Me site was established for those that cannot attend these events or find online contributions more convenient.  Please share this information as it is open to the public!

*Each event will run from 12PM - 4PM

May 3:  
1. Waterford Apartments  801 Shell Drive  Spring Lake 28390  (910) [phone redacted]

2. Jamestown Commons Apartments 1429 Bozeman Loop Fayetteville, NC  28303  (910) [phone redacted]

3. Austin Creek Apartments 1131 Cape Harbor Court Fayetteville, NC  28314 (910) [phone redacted]

May 10:
4. Grove at Park Place Apartments 2640 Latrobe Ave  Fayetteville, NC  28304  (910) [phone redacted]

5. Hidden Lake Apartments 6406 Hidden Lake Loop  Fayetteville, NC  28304  (910) [phone redacted]

May 17:
6. South Main Apartments  4003 William Bill Luther Drive  Hope Mills, NC  28348  (910) [phone redacted]

7. West Park Apartments  5600 Fountain Grove Circle  Fayetteville, NC  28314  (910) [phone redacted]

****Please call for directions if needed.  We will be happy to direct you!

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