Many kids are born with terminal diseases.
This fact makes many people suffer and only a few have the braveness to take care of them.
Cori Salchert is a woman who dedicates her life to take care of kids with low life hope and of those who were left by their parents.
Her sister was disabled because of meningitis. Amie spent her childhood at a hospital.
When she was 11 years old, she went out of the hospital for the first time... And she choked to death at a golf field, all alone. This event marked Cori's life.
She graduated as a nurse and she focused on newborn patients and the ones who were gravely ill.
She got a disease while working at "Hope After Loss Organization" so she had to be submitted to several surgeries.
She didn't leave her job and when she received a call to adopt a 15-days-old baby with no much time, she didn't have a doubt about it and adopted her.
Emmalynn was the first baby that came to the Cori and Mark’s family.
Everybody took care of the little girl until she died after 50 days. Cori thinks it's an honor to take care of these kids, even though they can't erase the sad feeling of a loss.
After that, Charlie came, a 4-month-old boy with brain damage that has to be connected to a medical assistance machine all the time.
Charlie is able to participate in the family's activities if it is possible for him. He has a big bed so he can be more comfortable.
Unfortunately, his health state went worse and he had 10 episodes in which he had to be reanimated.
Cori and her family have decided that the next time this happens, they will let him go, but they know that it'll be hard to keep living without him.
They call their house the "Home of Hope". And they're not wrong.
This family is a symbol of faith, values and eternal love to each other.
And the kids who come
to this home can be happy that they will pass around this world being honored
like the angels they truly are.
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