Water works miracles for kids with brain-related disabilities
OAK BROOK – Hope Jendreas flaps her hands in the water, splashing it up to her curly orange hair, now a dampened amber.
Jendreas is held up by a volunteer, who hugs Jendreas from behind so she can move her arms and legs in the water. She can’t do that anywhere else.
Jendreas, 8, lives with hydrocephalus, epilepsy and the effects of several brain injuries. She uses a wheelchair and needs assistance for everything she does.
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