Ophelia is a lucky little girl in many ways. She has a family who loves her enough to do anything for her.They believe in hard work and in a good education. They believe in the power of prayer.
Their hard work has taken Ophelia as far as she can go however, because sometimes it takes a little more.
Brain injured children require hard work, consistent effort, but as far as these things will take them, donations for brain injured children are an absolute necessity to allow them to receive the treatments that can take them that extra distance.

About Ophelia

Ophelia is our full moon baby’ She was born in the early morning hours on Friday, 12.13.19.

During her birth she sustained a serious lack of oxygen. She was given just a few months to survive. 

Ophelia has defied the odds for her survival and we believe that God has big plans for her. The odds were stacked against her at birth, but she celebrated her 4th birthday this past December.

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The Long Term Issues in Infant Oxygen Deprivation

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Neuroplasticity and Rehabilitation

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Research and Help for Traumatic Brain Injury

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