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This fundraiser ended on 09/01/12

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This page was created for the purpose of raising money for our 5 year old daughter to receive intensive therapy to treat her Cerebral Palsy

On September 21, 2006 our amazing daughter Mallory was born. Unfortunately, Mallory suffered an Anoxic brain injury at birth, causing complications that required her to spend 2 months in the NICU. During her stay at the NICU, Mallory underwent multiple life saving surgeries, including having a gastrostomy tube placed. After years of lengthy hospital stays and invasive testing, Mallory was diagnosed with Quadriplegic Cerebral Palsy.

Mallory has been receiving Physical, Speech, and Occupational therapy weekly since the age of 4 months. With the help of these therapies she has made tremendous progress, mastering skills such as sitting unsupported, scooting, and eating by mouth without the risk of aspiration. Mallory’s teachers and therapists are impressed with her vast improvements and are confident that she will continue to make great progress with the help of therapy.

Mallory is a very loving little girl who has always shown great determination and strength. She has brought so much joy into the lives of so many people and has shown us how to appreciate the little things in life. She loves animals and always has a smile on her face. Her laugh is contagious and her strength is inspiring.

The purpose behind this page is to raise enough money for Mallory to attend a 3 week session of intensive suit therapy at Innovative Children’s Therapy in Orlando, Florida. We are confident that with the help of this program Mallory will achieve her goal of standing without assistance and eventually walking.The money we raise with the help of this website and some other local fundraisers will be put into a savings account for Mallory until we reach our goal of $12,000.
Thank you for viewing our page and helping us in our efforts to support Mallory and her fight against Cerebral Palsy.
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