Dima, the child struck by fate. Because he had health problems at birth that changed his appearance, his parents refused to hear from him and left him. A few years later, something miraculous happened that completely changed his life.
The little boy from Hungary named Dima has a wonderful story that has reached many people around the world, moving them and making them realize that appearances are not important. Dima is one of those diagnosed with hydrocephalus and was born with it. Hydrocephalus, also known as “brain water,” is the accumulation of fluid in the brain. Excess fluid deforms the skull and puts pressure on the brain, affecting its appearance and bodily functions. When the child’s parents discovered this disease, they left the child from birth without wanting to see it.
As a result, Dima entered an orphanage for children with disabilities as a baby. From then on, his life was torture because he didn’t get the help he needed. Although the 4-year-old had an impressive vocabulary and intellectual development well above average, he was unable to eat or walk on his own, severely affecting his physiological functions. It became more complicated as the children in the orphanages were moved from one place to another. This stagnates Dima’s progress and worsens his condition.
When he reached another orphanage, no one gave him a chance to recover or at least live, but then came his rescue, especially the family who wanted to adopt him. Despite being aware of his serious condition, this family from the US was so touched by the little boy’s story and his mental abilities that they wholeheartedly wanted to help him and fight to keep him alive for as long as possible. hold. † Almost normal.
From the moment the child moved to America with his adoptive family, he was given a new name, Zebedee, and the love of his parents and seven brothers, he too was adopted, his condition improved and he even took his first steps. He currently lives in America and participates in the activities of people with disabilities for the advancement and enjoys the love and support of the adoptive family.
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