After I had my daughter, Brooklynn, I started seeing a new counselor named Kelsey. She helped me overcome my fears of loneliness since Brooklynn’s father chose not to be involved. A few months after Brooklynn was born, I found out she was profoundly deaf in both ears, had brain damage and she was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy due to me having a virus, known as CMV. Kelsey helped me through all the tough times, especially after tough doctors’ appointments. It was super helpful having those counseling sessions every week so I didn’t have to be alone and so I could find new ways to cope. Now, Brooklynn has a cochlear implant in her left ear so she can hear. She’s also progressing so much better since she goes to therapy 4 times a week. We still go to the Hope Clinic to see familiar faces and to take advantage of the shop they have for clothes, diapers and many other items. We will eternally be grateful for Hope Clinic!
1810 Hayes Street | Nashville, TN 37203
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