I wish Micajah could learn to talk again.

14 Jan I wish Micajah could learn to talk again.

My wish is that my Grandson, Micajah (Ma-Ki-Ja) will one day be afforded the opportunity to learn to talk again and fight autism. Micajah lost his Mother in a tragic accident on September 27, 2014. He was only 9 months old.

 

He was born on Christmas Eve 2013. He was a healthy, big baby boy who met every milestone right on time until he was given (2) different vaccines that changed our world. I am raising him since we lost his Mother. I believe he was genetically predisposed to vaccine injury due to his medical history that I was unaware of.

 

In September 2015 he was diagnosed with Autism. Micajah had a vocabulary of at least 8 to 9 words, was waiving bye bye, a perfectly normal baby until his MMR + chicken pox vaccine at 13 months. Almost immediately after the vaccine he stopped speaking, making eye contact and I knew something was terribly wrong, 6 months later we were told he was Autistic. It is my prayer that Micajah will have the opportunity to learn to communicate once again by receiving ABA therapy and Occupational Therapy he desperately needs.

 

My greatest fear is that he will be left alone in the world with no way of communicating. It is my prayer that Micajah will receive the help he desperately needs. Thank you for reading my wish!!

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4 Comments
  • Simo
    Posted at 22:47h, 14 January Reply

    My dear where are you located? Please get in contact with us at info@thewishwallfoundation.org ❤️

    • Lorinda L Schneider
      Posted at 16:54h, 18 January Reply

      We live in Salem, Indiana. Thank you for writing! I would be happy to provide you our address if needed!! (812)896-2457

  • Rossana Snee
    Posted at 20:43h, 16 February Reply

    I am so sorry to hear about Micajah. It sounds like he’s really had a tough break. How great that you are taking care of him. You are an awesome grandmother to be doing this. He will be in my thoughts.

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