A solidarity dinner held in Marbella has managed to raise 5,000 euros for the treatment of Ian Fernández, a under six years of age who suffers from a disease called glass bones, so you need daily physiotherapy that involves monthly expenses of 800 euros.
Rocío Fernández, the child’s mother, explained that this pathology influences the day to day, and it is about a disease characterized by “fragile bones that break with nothing. Thus, he has indicated that the child suffers from “44 fractures” at the age of 6, suffering with the “last fall he was in a coma and 7 skull fractures.”
As Fernández has pointed out, minor requires attention 24 hours a day, which you must attend for daily tasks such as “Get dressed, go to the bathroom or feed him“, Noting that” now it has begun to take its first steps. “
The disease requires a “zolendronate route” treatment every six months “So that their bones are stronger”, and provided by the Social Security in Getafe, as well as daily physiotherapy that involves a monthly expense of “800 euros”.
In order to pay for these sessions, the city’s businessmen organized a solidarity dinner on October 2 to raise funds, which was sponsored by ‘El Langui’ and supported by the Marbella City Council. To collaborate you can contact the email email@example.com.
For his part, ‘El Langui ‘has thanked the institutional and business sector support, since “when you see that everyone is rowing in the same direction and commits to a project like this, you realize that it is worth it” and has explained that “I see myself reflected in Ian’s story because my parents were also told that I couldn’t walk, and thanks to tenacity and perseverance, I achieved it like him. “At the same time, he highlighted” the personal and professional involvement of the physiotherapist Ana Duarte, who is making great strides so that he is an increasingly independent child. “