The doctor said her ECG, oxygen level and echo look very good after her catheterization three weeks ago. That’s the reason why Eliana is probably discharged to Kurdistan, but the doctors have to discuss it and will tell us on Wednesday if it’s a yes or no, but it looks very good for her. Also, we don’t know when she needs to come back to Israel for her next treatment, it depends on how she is doing. It may be in six months, but it could also be in another two years or later. For now, we are looking forward to Wednesday and hope the best for Eliana.
While we’re happy for a coming discharge for our kids at Shevet, we volunteers and of course also the families in our community home are a little bit sad to say goodbye to Eliana and her mom so soon because they are so lovely and they became a big part of our hearts. For my part, I always so much enjoy to spend time with Eliana and her mother. She is a very sweet and smart girl and it’s wonderful to see how lovely her mother cares for her daughter and how Eliana is trusting her in every moment.