|Last year's Malki Foundation article about Chaim (but Chaim|
is not his real name, and this picture does not show him or his mother)
This week, Chaim's mother called the Malki Foundation office in Jerusalem. She sounded - in the words one of our staff members - ecstatic. She told us about his extraordinary progress.
After almost a year of intensive therapy through the Malki Foundation's Therapies at Home program, Chaim's mother said he is now able to hold a bottle in his hands and drink unaided. He is also crawling. What's more, she said, with the help of a walker, Chaim is now even able to take a few steps. The future is looking a lot better!
We are all so happy to hear about Chaim's progress. We would like to thank our donors for making this happen. You provided the funding for the paramedical therapies that are bringing back Chaim's independence to him. Those, and the love and constant devotion of his family.