Abrish Bilal 's Story
Four-year-old Abrish was born deaf and unable to hear, and she faced the heartbreaking reality of being unable to respond to her name or recognize her parents’ voices. The doctor recommended cochlear implant surgery as a potential solution, but her family was unable to afford the costly procedure. In their desperate search for help, they turned to Transparent Hands, where the power of collective compassion became their lifeline.
Abrish was admitted to Ali Medical Complex in Islamabad, where Dr. Jawad skillfully performed the cochlear implant surgery on 15-06-2023. With precision and expertise, the doctor successfully implanted the internal component, marking a significant milestone in Abrish’s journey toward hearing restoration. After just one day in the hospital, she was discharged, and then after a few weeks, the external component of the cochlear implant was also fixed.
Abrish’s journey continued with dedicated speech therapists guiding her in developing language and communication skills through speech therapy sessions. Now with the guidance of speech therapists, she could respond back to her parents’ voice and she found a new way to express her love and connection with loved ones. The cochlear implant acted as her bridge to a world filled with sound, opening doors to education, social interaction, and fulfilling life.
The profound impact of this life-changing surgery was magnified by the family’s financial constraints. Transparent Hands’ donors played a critical role in this transformation. Your generosity brought the precious gift of hearing to Abrish’s life, creating a ripple effect that will shape her future.
Abrish’s newfound ability to hear has unlocked boundless opportunities. With each passing day, her strength and confidence grow, as she steps forward into the world with the symphony of sound accompanying her every move. Your support has changed her life in ways beyond expectations. Many children like Abrish awaiting cochlear implants, donate to us to complete their cochlear implants.