The actress made a surprise. Valeria and Joseph Prigogine came to visit 17-year-old Dasha, who is in a wheelchair and has problems with speech. The singer presented her with a disc and beads.
The singer, having learned about the dire state of its female fans, 17-year-old Daria Smirnova, decided to surprise her and together with her husband, Joseph Prigogine came to visit her. “We do not believe that this is possible – says “StarHit” Dasha’s mother. – We prepared, experienced, and when the beloved artist crossed the threshold of our modest apartment, we literally cried with happiness!”
Difficult diagnosis on girls Valeria and Joseph learned from the coordinator of the Children’s hospice “the house with the beacon” Ella, who wrote to the singer in the social network. Dasha from childhood suffers from an incurable disease – related muscle wasting, one of the varieties of muscular dystrophy – she is confined to a wheelchair, has problems with speech.
“Doctors do not give any predictions, we just try to support her in the same condition in which it is located – says the “StarHit” Ella. – Do exercises, engaged in the gym. At age 12 she could walk, but now, unfortunately, only lies, sits and stands with support. Recently Dasha at night began the syndrome of obstructive sleep apnea – the girl had stopped breathing. Mother and grandmother never leave her alone. Now Dasha is sleeping with a non-invasive ventilator”.
Valeria quickly found a common language with Dasha. She gave the fan of amber beads and discs with his songs. “Dasha is an extraordinary, very kind, open, – has shared with “StarHit” the star. – She was so sincerely delighted, began immediately to sing my songs, some we sang together. I’ll be sure to follow her destiny. And in April, waiting for Her on my jubilee concert in Moscow.”
Children’s hospice “the House with the lighthouse” is a charitable private medical institution that provides palliative care for terminally ill children in Moscow and Moscow region. Today under the auspices of the Children’s hospice is almost 500 terminally ill children. Children’s hospice is 180 employees. The team includes professionals who provide medical, psychological and social support. They work every day, to relieve pain, to fulfill dreams and to fill the lives of children and their families happy.