When Izahd had hand surgery for brachial plexus, his family was consistently impressed by the care their son received at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Each stage in their journey inspired them to give back.
As Cruz's second birthday approached, he was unable to dress or feed himself due to a nerve injury at birth that affected the muscles in his arm. But two complex surgeries at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia restored full function to his arm and today there's nothing he can't do.
CHOP's Brachial Plexus Program tailored a care plan for Riley that took her from from a 10-day-old with little movement in her right arm and hand to an active baby who feeds herself and throws a ball to her dog.