HBOT isn't something that just stops because you've done the 40 dives. If you see changes in development than you need to continue to do them! Sometimes certain injuries take many many dives to see any changes. Any money raised or given won't be used for anything but treatments for Liam. We also in the interim between trips would like to be able to go to Wilmington for treatments in the soft chamber that they have there.
It was hard to say we could use the help and I'll be darned certain what we receive will be used only for Liam and the help he needs.
I am so grateful to everyone who has helped us out. This trip could not have occurred without you. Details are still getting ironed out but things are started to fall into place and I'm getting a bit excited about it all; nervous too, but in awe of how things are all working out.
Thank you just doesn't seem grateful enough to say to the people who have helped us out so far. Those words just aren't good enough. Even so, my gratitude goes out to these people this week:
- John and Melissa Giglio
- Lorena Smith
- Jeremy and Ashley Johnson
- Shanon Wooley
- Ginny Cashion
The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention. ~Oscar Wilde