Help Paisley Fight Mosaic Turner Syndrome
Organized by: Stefani Wiemann
This beautiful little girl, Paisley Anne Hardt, was diagnosed with Mosaic Turner Syndrome, which means she is missing chromosomes in her cells. This medical condition comes along with a number of other medical concerns, one of which is heart problems. She will soon be having her next surgery, aberrant right subclavian artery surgery, to correct the wrapped vessel from around her estophogus. Paisley is the youngest of 5 children in her family. The family has already been through countless doctor visits and hospital stays, each one ruling out certain concerns and confirming others. While she sees a developmental therapist at home, she also sees a physical therapist. Every time Paisley needs to see one of her many specialists, the family must travel to Iowa, in order to see her team of doctors. There is an extremely long road ahead for this little girl and her family, and they are dedicated to giving her the best life possible. Having already exhausted other financial options, this family needs the help of family, friends, and those with big hearts who can help them out. Please consider a donation of any amount and share this with your friends and family.