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Workplace Incident - Young father of 3 in the fight for his life

  • Jahdens Rehabilitation

      19 June 2022

    Jahden is taking each day as it comes ,He is coherent in healing fast .His grafting on his body is doing well .

    He has started his rehabilitation now in taken it day by day .His Rehabilitation is a everyday in supported by physio in nurses .

    He has that fighting Spirit in side him that you can see ,He just wants too come home too a normal living with his children there giving him that encouragement too get him thrgh this horrible ordeal .

    Can't wait too have him home with his Kids Whanau in friends .

    Doctors quoted

    *He had 1in 5 chances of living in too prepare for the worst

    *He would be Dialysis for rest of his life in now he has rejuvenated a new kidney .

    He has beaten all odds due too love in support we have had from everyone in we are all blessed too still have him here .It's not going too be an easy road but with time on our side we will get there .

    Thank you too all 😘

    from My son My self in our whanau .

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    • 19/06/2022 by Loisi

      Jahden bro, you are strong and courageous each day. Keep smiling because that is surely your strength.

      God bless you and your whanau abundantly

      Arohanui Loisi & whanau

    • 20/06/2022 by Julie

      Very strong and very brave.

      Reminds me of a poem written by Ernest Henley titled Invictus:

      Out of the night that covers me,

      Black as the Pit from pole to pole,

      I thank whatever gods may be

      For my unconquerable soul.

      In the fell clutch of circumstance

      I have not winced or cried aloud.

      Under bludgeonings of chance

      My head is bloody, but unbowed.

      Beyond this place of wrath and tears

      Looms but the Horror of the shade,

      And yet the menace of the years

      Finds, and shall find, me unafraid.

      It matters not how strait the gate,

      How charged with punishments the scroll,

      I am the master of my fate:

      I am the captain of my soul.

      xxx

    • 20/06/2022 by Leanne

      Amazing progress, take care and stay strong.

  • Jahden’s Recovery from ICU to NBU

      25 May 2022

    Hey everyone 💛

    It’s been a little while. Jahden has had graphing surgery recently & is now mostly closed & covered with his own skin, he is awake, he is coherent, he is responsive. He no longer requires help with his breathing, he no longer requires the help of dialysis, his kidneys have regenerated it’s a miracle! He’s drinking lots & he’s able to eat his usual diet when he’s ready, but with his feeding tubes still intact he finds it hard. 37 days in hospital today, 24 surgery’s to date.

    He has been out of ICU & in the National Burns Unit for 11 days today & has had multiple tubes & bandages removed from his body & is having physio daily when he is not in theatre, he is doing amazingly well & we are all so happy he has come thus far so quickly. He is our living miracle!

    We want to thank you all who’ve supported him & his family especially his children during these first few weeks, all the prayers, messages, well wishes & koha, all the help & support, we cannot thank you all enough!

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    • 25/05/2022 by Lynette

      This is such good news! My heart does out to Jahden and all of his family and friends. May you stay strong, especially Jahden himself, and all the little ones who may not understand. Bless you all.

    • 25/05/2022 by Leanne

      Wow fantastic news 😍

    • 26/05/2022 by Loisi

      Jahden you are courageous.

      Prayers are with you and your whanau.

      Arohanui

  • Jahden sees his Kids 💛

      11 May 2022

    After a long 3 weeks we were approved Sunday for my son to see his 3 babies for the first time since the morning he had left for work & didn’t return. My beautiful eldest moko was so happy to see her Dad! “Dad, dad, daddy” she yelled & our quiet little boys all finally reunited. My mokos were all so happy to see & be with there Dad again. In there eyes there is nothing different about there Dad they’re just wanting there Dad home.

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    • 12/05/2022 by Debbi

      keep on fighting Jahden . I have been thinking and praying for you and your family. You are stronger than you think .Sending you get well wishes

      Debi and family

  • Moving Forward

      4 May 2022

    Hi everyone,

    Jahden has been extubated for just over 24 hours & is now awake & responsive while using nasal prongs to help ease the pressure of using his lungs on his own while he is still being taken to theatre. We hope soon we will begin the focus of his recovery & theatre trips will be massively reduced.

    Thank you all who’ve donated through out this journey, we appreciate you all

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    • 04/05/2022 by Kailee

      While I know that your journey as a whānau is only just beginning, I am so heartened to read this. All the best in this next stage.

    • 04/05/2022 by Lynette

      That is good news. Our hearts go out to Jahden, his family and friends. Prayers for you all❤️

    • 04/05/2022 by Loisi

      "Jahden Nelson", praying for you always 🙏❤, you are courageous. God bless those professional hands that continue to work on Jahden.

      Arohanui Jahden and your whanau

  • My heartbreaking decision

      27 April 2022

    Over the past 2 days I've had to make the difficult decision to allow my son a fighting chance to continue to be with us today. My son has had both his arms amputated. Each day is critical & to keep his risk of infection minimal he has been having 5-14hr operations daily.

    I'm not losing hope if anything I'm praying that I walk my son out of hospital alive so he can be reunited with his 3 babies. I know as a mum it's taking a toll on his body & I pray to God we get too wake up to him smiling & telling us to do the dishes and clean up.

    I want to take this opportunity to thank all donators that have supported this kaupapa so far, thank you! The worksite is currently under investigation & while we are pending a report & outcome we hope for a review of health & safety protocols so this doesn't happen again .

    Thank you all.

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