Quinn Stumpf is a 2 year old angel that suffers from a painfully severe and undiagnosed neurological disorder. An underlying cause hasn't been identified though the family has been to University of Iowa Hospital, Mayo Clinic, and Northwestern Children's Hospital. In the past 2 years Quinn has had 150+ doctors visits and been hospitalized 11 times.
-Quinn is developmentally the same as a 0-3 month old.
-She cannot eat on her own and is fed through a feeding tube.
-She is unable to speak, hold her head, or sit up on her own.
-Rarely does she sleep for more than a few hours at a time due to brain damaging seizures.
A few of Quinn's main health conditions is eplilepsy causing infantile spasms sometimes hundereds per day, dystonia, severe hearing loss in both ears, failure to thrive, poor vision, and global developmental delay. Quinn is currently taking 16 medications, including morphine- which have severe side effects. Due to the various types of health concerns Quinn's physician's have given her a much shortened life expectency.
This page has been created for Quinn's family to help provide relief from the eonomic burden caused by sweet Quinn's disability and allow her family to continue to provide Quinn with the best care possible. Even with insurance and both parents working full time the they have spent over $30000+ out of pocket. Some of the expenses are from hospital stays, medications, various therapies, and care for Quinn (she requires 24 hour care and is unable to attend daycare). Trips to Colorado, the closest place they can purchase the medical cannabis oil to help ward of seizures, cost $1000 each trip.
We pray each day for a diagnosis and miracle cure, but until then the family appreciates all of your generosity, prayers, and support.
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