Mollys rehabilitation journey

As most of you are aware Molly was admitted to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham with a Intracranial Hemorrhage, Molly had a emergency brain operation, then another 2 bleeds that week and a further two operations it was a very scary, worrying and stressful time.
Also that week the surgeons performed a embolization by cerebral angiography, to stop any further bleeds and this worked, which was amazing .

Molly was diagnosed with a brain AVM in August 2019 , her consultants tried many treatments over the years, but none of them removed the threat of a bleed, which is what happened.

The consultants , surgeons, nursing staff have been amazing in every way and have saved and cared for Molly .
Molly have received extensive support in the ICU and Nuro ward , it has now been nearly 3 months since molly has been admitted.

We as a family have been so proud of Molly and are inspired by her bravery and fighting all the way with everything that has been thrown at her . She is still as beautiful as she ever was.

It will be a long recovery for Molly, but with a lot of hard work and determination, Molly will achieve this , we know she will, We tell her everyday how much people are asking about her and she is sent so much love ❤️.

The next step will be a Unit 1 rehab centre to concentrate on her rehabilitation, which will take many months.

Any donations will go directly to Mollys rehabilitation and her journey getting better. Any donations will be greatly appreciated.
  • Emma Evans 
    • £10 
    • 4 hrs
  • Emma Evans 
    • £10 
    • 4 hrs
  • Emily Guinane 
    • £10 
    • 13 hrs
  • Morven Ball 
    • £10 
    • 13 hrs
  • Jess Peachey 
    • £20 
    • 2 d
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Organizer

Jemma Howells 
Organizer
Blakemere, ENG

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