Stroke with Left Hemiplegia and Facial Nerve Palsy
Please help us raise funds for "Nanay" Crispina Felarca. The cost of her hospitalization is already high and further needs rehabilitation.Manawatu / Whanganui
We, the friends of Felarca family would like to ask a little amount to help raise funds for their mom who is still admitted in Wanganui hospital.
Crispina (68 y.o) with her husband came on September 29, 2018 to visit their sons here in New Zealand. On October 3, 2018, she experienced numbness on her left limbs accompanied with slurred speech. The family rushed her to the hospital and was diagnosed with Transient Ischemic Attack; however, there were recurrence with the symptoms and additional investigations were done. According to the doctors, she suffered from stuttering stroke with Left sided hemiplegia and facial nerve palsy.
Being on a tourist visa, the family has to pay all the hospital bills including her rehabilitation after her medical treatment. Currently, nanay Crispina is on her 7th day in the hospital and the costs is already high. We, and other family friends have fundraised among our small community here in Taranaki and Wanganui; however, it is still not enough with the mounting bills and further rehab expenses. Thus, we created this page to ask for any amount you will be able to give to help the family on their financial burden.
Myron Revellame's involvement (page creator)
The Felarca family is our close family friend. My wife and I, as well as our other friends would like to help and support them during this time of need through any means that we can.
Use of funds
All funds raised will be spent on the hospital bills, while the rest will be allotted on her rehabilitation-which is way more expensive and may last until she is fully recovered.
At present, nanay Pina transferred to her other son in Christchurch. They had some hard time finding a GP and a facility in Wanganui that will accept her visa status; hence, the family decided to have her rehabilitation in Christchurch.Again, on behalf of Felarca family, we would like to thank you all for the over flowing love and support. God bless and more power to you all.
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This page was created on 10 Oct 2018 and closed on 10 Apr 2019.