Become Magnolia's Hope
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On December 17th 2013, our daughter Magnolia, was diagnosed with Rett syndrome. She was 3 years old when she was diagnosed. This is a disorder that happens spontaneously, randomly, and to people on all walks of life.

Rett syndrome is a genetic neurological disorder occurring almost exclusively in females and becoming apparent after 6-18 months of early normal development. The resulting regression leads to lifelong impairments, including lost speech, seizures, scoliosis, irregular breathing patterns, and more than half of the children and women lose the ability to walk. Those diagnosed with Rett syndrome require maximum assistance with basic daily activities.


We believe that a cure is very possible in her lifetime. But not without the support of people like you. You can save her and thousands of other little girls around the world. Your donation will help fund essential research of effective treatments and to find a cure for Rett syndrome.

This cause is very important to us and we all appreciate your help as we fight for a cure for Rett syndrome!

Please donate to our efforts to support IRSF in finding a cure!
Words of Encouragement
DateMessageAuthor
5/7/2017Our beautiful daughter was just diagnosed but without positive genetic testing. We were told that she can still have Rett syndrome without the positive Rett test. She is going to turn 5 on Monday. We are devastated.. we trust the Lord with her life. Thank you for sharing your girls story.. she's gorgeous!! Keep raising funding, keep sharing her story..Ashley
2/19/2016My granddaughter Gabriella was diagnosed with Ret Syndrome. She never learned to crawl, walk, talk or use her hands. She is only two and recently diagnosed with having seizures. She is our world. Please consider donating to help find a cureShelly Krueger
2/17/2016Remember, she IS in there. She understands EVERYTHING you say. Keep up the fight!Rett Mom
2/17/2016It breaks my heart every time I hear of another beautiful girl being diagnosed with Rett syndrom. Our daughter, Suzanne is 30 and is the greatest blessing of our life. Our prayers are with your family.Georgia Wright
2/16/2016Keep up the good fight...your family is an inspiration to us all!Melissa McCalister
10/10/2015I think you are doing a wonderful job I love seeing Maggie my daughter just got diagnosed with rett it's so hard but seeing what you guys do keeps me strongDana beckett
1/31/2015Wow our daughter was diagnosed December 19th 2013!!! Rose smith
10/19/2014AJ, Jenny and Magnolia, Miracles happen every day. Praying research will find a cure soon.Nena Jacquez
1/29/2014Jenny, AJ, and Maggie - Please know that we love you, we are here for you, and we pray daily that a cure for Rett Syndrome is found VERY soon.Debbie & Bron
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