Nora is an eleven-month-old baby who likes to smile and play with toys and dolls. She is the first child in her family.
Nora was born with syndactyly of both hands. This means that her ring fingers are fused together, making it difficult for her to grasp or hold items.
Fortunately, on September 8th, surgeons will perform a syndactyly repair procedure to separate and release her fused digits. Our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre, is requesting $444 to fund this procedure. After surgery, Nora will be able to use her hands fully as she grows up.
Nora’s mother hopes the surgery will allow her to grow up without discomfort and do everything she wants to do in life.