A report has uncovered recently that a completely healthy girl Grace Yeats merely of age 10 years is now not even able to walk or talk.
The report finds that the girl, a well-player of Rippa rugby, hockey and athletics, became unable to play like kids of her age last month, when she was diagnosed with an unknown brain disease.
Grace, a resident of Auckland, has now been struggling to recover from her condition at Starship children's hospital. Stephen and Tracy, her parents, sit all the time by her side to take her complete care. However, before her departure from the hospice, she would need to start intensive rehabilitation.
It has also been found that along with her friends and relatives, her whole Carterton community has started a trust in her name so as to raise funds for her cure.
"It's heartbreaking; within a small community like Carterton; it hammers home pretty quickly. We're a close-knit community and we look after each other", said Carterton Mayor Ron Mark.
As per the findings, the Grace Yeats Trust has been aiming to collect atleast $50,000 so as to aid the girl's family of six. Mother Mrs. Yeats has decided to take a long off of one year from her job as a Plunket nurse for her daughter's complete care.
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