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Cheska's Story

4 years old

Cerebral palsy

Follow Updates

Meet Cheska

Cheska is often shy, but also very curious and observant, and she loves to discover new things. It is our joy to care for her as she grows and develops!


Recent Updates

The playroom at Maria’s Big House of Hope is bright, sunny, and full of fun sensory toys including swings and a ball pit. Cheska enjoys spending time in the playroom with her friends. When she’s in there, she gets excited, happy, and bouncy!

Cheska is growing stronger each day because of her daily physical therapy. Her physical therapist nannies work with her to strengthen her muscles, help her hold her head up, and be more independent. We’re very proud of her.

Last month we celebrated Cheska’s 4th birthday. She had a party with her friends amid lots of balloons! We love Cheska very much, and are thankful to be able to celebrate her.

Cheska has a darling button nose, and the sweetest pink lips. We love her very much, and are so grateful to be able to care for her.

Cheska is doing well, and we’re having a lot of fun ushering in the holiday seasons at Maria’s Big House of Hope. We recently made an ornament craft with each child, and we made a sweet thumbprint ornament with Cheska. She’s such a sweet girl, and we love her very much.

Our new physical therapist says Cheska is enjoying her physical therapy sessions, and we’re hopeful that she’ll soon be able to sit more independently. Please join us in praying that her physical therapy sessions would continue to increase her independence.

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