Humanitarian Foundation BUDI HUMAN - Aleksandar Šapić
raises funds for Nikola Malić (2012).
Nikola was born prematurely in the twenty-ninth week of pregnancy. Immediately after his birth, Nikola was reanimated several times, he was immediately intubated and transferred to an incubator at the Institute for Children and Youth Health Care Vojvodina for intensive care. He spent almost four months there. Waiting for his health to stabilize, he was discharged home with a multitude of diagnoses. Due to the high degree of bleeding, Nikola also suffered from leukomalacia - softening of the white matter of the brain. He had drug-regulated epileptic seizures and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
With a lot of work and exercises, Nikola was able to take a sitting position when he was thirteen months old. However, another shock followed. After the magnetic resonance imaging of the head, Nikola got another diagnosis when he was seventeen months old - Dandy Walker syndrome, that was hypoplasia, underdevelopment of the cerebellum. However, he managed to walk, quite unstable, at the age of two and a half.
Nikola had more examinations again. It was determined that due to this syndrome, he is not a suitable candidate for stem cell transplantation, because it could damage his already fragile health. He continues with exercises, special education and speech therapy treatments in the hope that they will be able to provide Nikola with a better quality of life and a happier childhood.
Nikola is completely non-verbal, he does not perform physiological needs alone, he has poor attention and concentration. He is completely dependent on someone else's help.
Nikola needs funds for laboratory analyzes, genetic analyzes abroad, stem cell transplants, hydrotherapy, speech therapy, special education and sensory integration treatments and diagnostic examinations. Let's help Nikola to speak up and become as independent as possible.
For Nikola's first words! Let's be humane!
Let's help Nikola!
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