DERBY, Kan. (KSNW) – For parents of a child with a congenital heart defect, there’s no set path of treatment. The path they end up on will likely have its twists and turns and parents do their best to keep up. They often look to other families dealing with the same condition to try to get an idea what to expect and they often learn that even with a similar condition, each child’s treatment is vastly different.
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Fall is a season when you’ll see a lot of gardeners out getting their flowers and yards ready for the cold winter months ahead. It’s a place Kathy Jones loved to be until she had a stroke. “When I got up, I stumbled a little bit, but I just thought, ‘Well my knee is still pretty darn sore.’ So I didn’t think anything about it,” remembers Kathy.
DERBY, Kan. (KSNW) – Heart conditions don’t discriminate between adult hearts or child hearts. Many times doctors will find a defect before birth or soon after, like doctors did with little Breckyn Croley. Doctors knew Breckyn would be born with a defect affecting her esophagus, but doctors didn’t find her heart condition until they had the opportunity to examine her after delivery. The discovery instantly changed Breckyn’s course of treatment.
It's a labor of love over at the downtown @YMCAWichita for the We Care Thanksgiving Dinner! Hundreds will get a warm meal and warm coat. Makes me thankful for such a generous, caring community! #KansasToday@KSNNews
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Selecting a term
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