Written by Ayren’s mom
Ayren is now in the full phases of potty training, since he had kidney cancer it's expected to be delays. He has learned to count to 20, is learning his colors, his ABC’s plus he is able to keep a short conversation, say his name, and now tell how old he is.
The financial assistance has helped immensely. Often times you hear of families that go through hard times and some marriages make while other do not. The strain of Ayren’s diagnosis has sadly tore my family apart and I am now doing it as a single mother. Having the financial aid has given me one less worry on how I'll manage my son's aftercare. Of course beyond the grant I have no clue what I will do, but Ayren has been blessed thus far in healing and having a somewhat normal life.
This therapy has allowed Ayren to resume a new normal. His anxiety has subsided, he has progressed immensely in his speech and ability to communicate. He is able to sleep through the night and allow mommy to be able to rest as well. I anticipate he being able to begin school, with the assistance of a school teacher’s aid. We are entering his 2 year remission mark and with the continuance of his oils I expect him to progress even farther. He has some areas of pain in his joints and limbs but I know his body is growing. Ayren has an older brother that he is now able able to communicate with and play with more as well.