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Scott's Story

“When I was pregnant I had this feeling that my baby would not be normal and I kept asking myself what I would do if God decided to give me a disabled child,” Constance told us.

Scott is a seven year old boy who was born with clubfoot. … Read more

“When I was pregnant I had this feeling that my baby would not be normal and I kept asking myself what I would do if God decided to give me a disabled child,” Constance told us.

Scott is a seven year old boy who was born with clubfoot. His mum was not very shocked when she held her baby for the first time and received the news from the nurse that her son had clubfoot. She was already aware that she was not going to give birth to a normal child. Constance did not begin looking for a way to correct this problem immediately, she waited three months and took her son to the hospital where they began correcting his clubfoot through casting.

Scott went through this treatment process up to the age of three. His mum was told that clubfoot has a very likely chance of recurring but because she saw her son’s leg was healed, she stopped taking him through clinics. Her work became extra demanding so she completely ignored her son’s clubfoot.

With time, it recurred. Constance had to take her son back to the hospital where they started casting all over again. One fateful day, Scott got into a tiny accident while playing and sprained his foot. This caused his leg to stop responding to the casting he was already going through. Constance was worried! She was told about a CURE Kenya mobile clinic that would be near her town and was told that we would be able to help her son. Constance brought Scott to see our doctors at clinic and she was told that her son would need surgery to correct his clubfoot.

“I blame myself for not heeding to the advice of the people who saw me and told me that my son’s clubfoot could recur. I hope he will get better and his clubfoot will be corrected once and for all!” Please join us in praying for Scott's complete healing!

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Feb 27, 2019

Oops -- do you see those toes? Although Scott’s heel may have scooted back into his orthotic a bit after this photo was taken, it didn’t scoot back enough. Scott is apparently growing because he needs a new orthotic! Him and his mom will come back next week to pick it up. Yay for getting bigger though! Photo of Scott

Nov 28, 2018

From all we can tell, Scott’s healing is going fabulously and seems routine. Now, sometimes in life things that are not routine are exciting and fun. They bring a sense of adventure. But this is not the case for our kiddos' healing. We want our kiddos' healing to be nothing but routine! We can smile like Scott because his appears to be this way. He picked up his orthotic and now he can continue moving on with life. We’re very grateful for that! Photo of Scott

Oct 17, 2018

“They had to make it like that cause he couldn’t stop!” Storyteller Elvis told us of Scott’s cast. He had to get something put on the bottom of his cast after being at CURE Kenya since he loves playing and needed some reinforcements because he just had to keep playing! Thankfully after having that cast taken off and an orthotic measurement taken, he got himself a new cast! He only has to wait six weeks with that new cast and then playing will become a whole lot easier! Photo of Scott

Sep 10, 2018

Scott left for home over the weekend but hopefully we will see him when he comes back for review in a few weeks time! Please keep him in your prayers!

Sep 07, 2018

Scott was in a bit of pain through the night but he has a fighting spirit and is a strong boy. His mum is taking good care of him and when we saw him today, he was a little happier. "He took breakfast and that makes me happy because it means his energy bank will not be depleted," Constance told us. Please continue praying for quick recovery! Photo of Scott

Sep 06, 2018

Scott was a bit scared when it was time to part ways with his mum and go in for his surgery. When he got to the operating room however, he found a very friendly team that helped him warm up and not feel so scared. His surgery went well, pleas join us in praying that he will recover fast and get back on his feet as soon as possible! Photo of Scott

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