STORIES OF HOPE

Every person and every story matters to us because everything we do is meant to help people living with feeding tubes thrive. What does thriving look like? Read for yourself. Be inspired. Share the hope.

STORIES OF HOPE

Every person and every story matters to us because everything we do is meant to help people living with feeding tubes thrive. What does thriving look like? Read for yourself. Be inspired. Share the hope.

STORIES OF HOPE

Every person and every story matters to us because everything we do is meant to help people living with feeding tubes thrive. What does thriving look like? Read for yourself. Be inspired. Share the hope.

Aimee’s Story

“He is growing and thriving”

Before my son’s small intestine transplant, he was not able to tolerate any formula (bolus or running on a pump) as his intestine was a big ball of scar tissue. Since his transplant, his new small bowel functions the way it should and is allowing him to actually tolerate Nourish. He is growing and thriving and has discontinued all parenteral nutrition.

Shelter in place meant sheltering at Ronald McDonald House in Omaha while my son recovers from a small bowel transplant! Dad gets to work from the house too so they sit outside and “work” together. We are grateful to his donor and family because he now has a functioning intestine for the first time in his life.

~ Aimee