Date Of Accident

June 2019

Age At Accident

4 years old

Meet Gabby. She suffered an anoxic brain injury from a non-fatal drowning. Her family reached out to Team Luke Hope for Minds for help in purchasing a medical van to better transport Gabby. “It started taking a toll on me physically to carry her to the car, and she was so uncomfortable and agitated during car rides,” her mother said. “Now that we have a medical van she has become a whole new person. Car rides are more relaxing since she is sitting comfortably in her special molded wheel chair. She now has more room and head support.” “Taking Gabby to appointments and therapies have become less stressful for her and myself. Thank you so much for your help. God is good.”

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