A local non-profit is helping families through some of the best and worst times of their lives, and they are based right in Berks County.
HAMBURG, Pa. — Thea Snyder was born with Gould Syndrome, which is an extremely rare genetic disorder that caused a stroke before she was even born. Her complex medical needs make an impact every day, emotionally and financially. The Snyders know about challenges first hand.
They are quite a family and their mission is to make sure other families are living their best lives with all the support they need, even if you have a child with a challenging medical diagnosis.
Thea’s mom, Nikki Snyder says that’s why she started the non-profit Growing Wildflowers.
They provide emotional support by giving families a place to connect and they also provide much needed money when families are faced with the astronomical medical costs.
Source: Local non-profit helps families with complex medical needs children