Raising funds for children with Ataxia-Teleangiectasia Syndrome
Ataxia-Telangiectasia Syndrome is characterized by impaired coordination, capillary dilation, and immunodeficiency, making individuals more susceptible to infections. Ataxia-Telangiectasia typically manifests in early childhood.
Alexander Piasetsky (5 years old)
Diagnosis: Ataxia Telangiectasia Syndrome. In October 2020, a clinic in Germany conducted a WES study that identified Ataxia-Telangiectasia Syndrome. Children diagnosed with this syndrome often experience coordination difficulties when they begin to walk, and over time, their muscles progressively weaken, resulting in severe disability.
Oleksandr's family courageously fights every day to ensure their son's health and prevent him from being confined to a wheelchair. Our foundation has taken on the financial responsibility for his rehabilitation.
To date, we have covered the costs of two vital treatments: individual neurodevelopmental therapy and electrical stimulation therapy.
We earnestly implore you not to remain indifferent to the plight of this family and to join us in raising funds for Oleksandr's rehabilitation. We humbly appeal to each and every one of you for your donations and support. We kindly ask you to open your compassionate hearts and stand with us in the fight for this child's life and future.