Sometimes life happens and it knocks your socks right off. It is in those moments that you most need your loved ones, family and even strangers. Today I am sharing the story of Rose Matoke, a mom who’s in a very desperate situation. She needs our help guys.
Hello Friends, I have started a fundraiser to support my son towards sustained therapy for management of autistic spectrum disorder (ASD).
Our family and friends will always make the story of our life. They will turn our limitations into beautiful privileges, and enable us to walk serene and happy in the shadow cast by our deprivation.
A mother’s love takes work, has little applause, and presents lots of challenges. It is a deliberate choice each day, a commitment to weather the next storm together. This is about my 5 year old son and friend, Glen.
Glen came to us at birth a normal and bouncy baby boy, by the age of 2 and half years, he was regressing on some of his otherwise typical milestones especially speech, social interaction and toilet training, he is non verbal and has recently developed random tonic seizures associated to the autism diagnosis received at 3yrs his age. He is on supervised anti convulsion medication and it is our hope that he progresses well in time.
But God said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest Even though it’s true that life’s challenges make us stronger, and that it will be OK eventually… it’s not always OK right now, and sometimes that’s all we can feel when we’re in the midst of terribly tough times. Sometimes NOT being OK is all we can register inside our tired brains, aching hearts but bright faces.
We appeal to you Dear Friend, support us to sustain Glen’s Multiple Treatment and Therapy Sessions, to avoid regression and sustain progress without negative clinical accompaniments. To contribute, kindly go to GlenM Therapy Fund’s profile on M-changa and mke your donation. May God bless you as you do that.