For the hundreds of followers of her story, the post heart transplant recovery of Paisley Mae has gone so well, doctors at Loma Linda University Medical Center have released her to return to her real home in the high desert.
Paisley has made a fast recovery from a devastating condition which required her to be on an external artificial heart while waiting for a donor match. During Paisley’s long stay in the hospital, her parents, Rick and Charity, stayed in a Steven’s Hope apartment. Ten days after the transplant, Paisley was allowed to “move-in” with her parents at their home away from home until this past week.
Updated details can be found on the family’s Facebook page (A Change of Heart for Paisley Mae).
Steven’s Hope has announced a new project designed to help families of seriously ill children throuighout the year. The project called Wonderland All Year, or The WAY Project will assist families with $100 of grocery cards, gas cards and clothing cards to the Children’s Boutique at Steven’s Hope every month. Additionally, families will receive additional benefits at birthdays and various holidays. The project will begin January 1, 2013 and will benefit ten families from southern California.
OCTOBER 5, 2012: If you’ve been following the story of Noah, the little boy from Apple Valley, here is your update.
The stem cell treatments went well and he returned home. However after two weeks home, he was readmitted to the hospital. We will keep you updated as we find out information.