After a traumatic birth, Eli spent 3.5 weeks in Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. He and his family also traveled regularly in the ensuing months to Seattle Children’s Hospital, benefiting from high-quality care, a home-away-from-home at Ronald McDonald House and gas vouchers for the travel. At Children’s Village, Eli has received care and services for his cerebral palsy since he was 4 months old, including speech and physical therapy. His mom, Amy, who now works at Children’s Village helping other parents, says Children’s Miracle Network helped connect the family with the people and resources available to help him. Today, Eli loves music and movies – and his second-grade classmates love watching them with him.
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