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Lebedev Vadim, 8 years old

Date of birth: 20 May 2004.
Rostov-on-Don city.

Diagnosis: Cerebral Palsy. Vadim needs a long-term course of rehabilitation, so we ask for your help to collect money for it and for the feet plastering. The treatment is scheduled for September, the cost is 182 830 rubles.
30 July 2012

Exercises with specialists, physiotherapy, distance classes... How is it possible to find time for everything, especially when you are only 8 years old! However, Vadim still copes with everything though it is really difficult for him. He is a «special» kid and it means that he makes a lot of efforts and spends a lot of time to get simple skills. Walking, balancing, typing — everything is difficult for him because of the Cerebral Palsy. Vadim makes his arms and legs obedient with the willpower and everyday trainings, but he still can’t get rid of the disease completely.

Last spring with the help of Rostov citizens he was could take a treatment in the specialized centre — the Clinical sanatorium in Yevpatoria. From the Soviet time the clinic is considered a leader in rehabilitation of children with Cerebral Palsy. That is why people try to get there from all parts of the CIS. Vadim’s mother is happy that she could take her son there but she got new problems — doctors warned her about the urgent need of surgery. The child needs the feet plastering already in September. Otherwise it would be impossible to improve the situation in future and Vadim’s dream to walk and to run would remain just a dream. His mother could find the money for the first trip to Yevpatoria in her home city, but the second trip would be much longer and more expensive, so it is impossible to collect all money for it just in Rostov. Vadim’s father doesn’t help them and mother can’t work because of the disease of her son. We ask for your help in Vadim’s treatment. Help us to collect 182 830 rubles!

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