Megan and Abigail met Chulo through a referral from a current GOT family. Born unable to move his head and neck, his mother was told he would not grow up well. Because of this discouragement, she struggled to have hope in her child's future and hid him from his family and friends for the first four months of his life. She was unable to name him, so we called him Chulo, which means sweetie or cutie in Guatemalan Spanish. Chulo spent much of his first four months on his back, hampering his development and growth. He and his mom struggled to bond because the situation appeared hopeless.
Today we celebrate! Chulo has a name!! We would like you to meet Gerson Alexander!!
Megan and Abigail support this family through occupational therapy, allowing Gerson to now be able to move his head and experience developmental growth! Gerson and his mom know his potential for growth is great. More importantly, the family knows they are loved and supported and empowered in the journey of Gerson’s growth and development. Gerson and his momma are able to bond and spend quality time together. We are so excited to continue in this journey with Gerson and are currently encouraging his momma to register his birth so he is officially recognized by the government.
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