Finally, after several days of waiting for Sasha to be brought out of an induced coma, she has begun to exhibit small signs of awareness through opening her eyes and squeezing and releasing her left hand upon command. She is still in critical condition and will require 24-hour acute care for an indefinite period of time.
As mentioned above, this young family has already incurred huge medical care debt due to previous and ongoing illnesses that Sasha and their son have been experiencing for many years. One of their sons was born with a condition Chiari Malformation which is serious and has required brain/spinal surgery. In addition, this young man also deals with daily Juvenile Diabetes.
As we all know, stress is a deterrent to recovery in many instances. Much help is needed by this struggling family to help offset some of this major debt and relieve a bit of the stress they are living with every day. Sasha has many family members and friends praying for her. We, the family, are hoping that you will keep them all in your prayers and, if possible, donate to their cause. Any amount you can contribute will offer them some relief. Your prayers and donations will be greatly appreciated. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for anything you can do.
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