Vera was born with no traces of life. Her heart was literally "started up", she was then connected to mechanical pulmonary ventilation and then brought to the crisis care department.

Now the girl is 6 years old. Behind her back she has years of intensive exercises both in Russia and abroad, as well as lots of tried and tested methods. Each therapy had a positive effect: Vera learned to crawl, sit, stand with support, take steps with babywalkers, and manipulate her hands. And Vera's family doesn't want to give up and stop at what has already been achieved, as they are confident this is not the limit of the girl's abilities.

Her family hope that the system of intensive neurophysiological rehabilitation based on Professor Kozyavkin's method will be able to help Vera! The rehabilitation course begins on June 8; 3,560 euros are needed in order to cover the costs.