”Today has been an amazing day. My daughter was diagnosed with a Global Functional Disability very early in her life which left her in unknown territory. Through many trials and tribulations, I have witnessed a miracle today. I have been trying for many years to get my daughter to swim and it has proven very challenging and near impossible. Today she swam the width of the pool (10 meters) twice. She has never been able to get her arms out of the water but today she got one arm out as she did her version of free style.”
How does Mollii help Chloe?
”Chloe will be turning 10 next week and I am very grateful for the MOLLII suit. In the last 3 months her reading and writing have improved at school, her speech is clearer and she is able to put more words together. Her coordination has improved, she can bounce a ball from left to right hand and we can play handball. We got her a basketball hoop and now we are shooting hoops - her arms go above her head. She is changing clothes many times a day (this is not good for a mother) and is becoming a real little girl, I know this because she now likes to look at herself and do fancy moves in front of the window to see herself. She is organising herself and is planning what she needs. The only negative thing I can say is she has an amazing memory and I can’t get away with anything anymore.
There are probably many more things that have changed with Chloe but what is important is she is changing, and it is for the better. All our children need a future and this simple suit, worn an hour a day can change a life. I thank the people involved in creating MOLLII and the people bringing it to the people. /Nancy
Chloe’s story continues
I am writing again about my daughter Chloe. Social media is something I have never been comfortable with but I am going to have another attempt.
The MOLLI suit has changed my daughter’s life and when Jorgen told me about The Family Hope Centre and we decided to attend the 3-day Parent training conference in Melbourne in May 2019 our life has changed drastically.
Chloe has improved so much: her speaking has gone through the roof, her coordination is jumping forward in leaps and bounds (she ran the 800 meter race twice in a week all by herself), she is doing zippers up, she is back riding her horse and is able to put her feet in the stirrups which has been so hard for her to do before. She sits up there and trots and it makes me smile. She is down at the cattle yards and working the gates and chasing the cattle. Her backyard soccer skills are improving and her kicks make me run for the ball (she thinks that’s the funny), her comprehension has improved (she read a book and for the first time she understood simple questions about it), she is annoying her sister and in Australia we say “She is cracking some real funnies”, her sense of humour has gone through the roof. She is just on the move forward to more independence every day. /Nancy